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Seminole Mills Park
This is a 50-acre park located on Third Street north from Lake Mills Road in Southwest Seminole County near Chuluota. Lake Mills offers a unique up-close look at a mixed hardwood swamp. You’ll also find highlands thick with oak and pine at Lake Mills. It’s an extraordinary opportunity to see the wide range of the real, natural Florida. Views of Lake Mills Pavilions are invitingly located under the shade of 150 year old oak trees. There are places for camping, cookouts, and fishing from boardwalks. There is even a playground with a tot lot for the youngsters to enjoy. This park is open 363 days a year and is closed for Thanksgiving and Christmas. 

Overview of Facilities: Playground, Restrooms, Tennis Courts, Racquetball Courts, Basketball Courts, Boardwalk, Ball Field, Soccer Field, Sand Volleyball Courts, Jogging Trail, Pavilions
Overview of Activities: Picnicking, Fishing, Non-Gas Powered Boating, Tennis, Racquetball, Basketball, Football, Soccer, Volleyball, Softball, Jogging, Wallyball
Special Feature: Parcourse Fitness System
Hours of Operation: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

 

Sandlando Park
This park in located off Douglas Avenue at the end of West Highland Street in the City of Altamonte Springs. This is a 40 acre park that offers passive and active recreation opportunities. There is picnicking, a playground, and pavilions for passive recreation seekers. And there is tennis, racquetball, wallyball, basketball, sand volleyball, and jogging/walking exercise trails for those looking for active recreation. Tennis Court Tennis programs for beginner through the advanced tournament player are offered for youth and adult. There are numerous Tennis Tournaments running throughout the year. The park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. seven days a week 363 days a year. The park is closed for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Contact the park at 407-869-5966 for specific information on programs offered.

Overview of Facilities: Playground, Restrooms, Tennis Courts, Racquetball Courts, Basketball Courts, Sand Volleyball Courts, Jogging Trail, Pavilions
Overview of Activities: Picnicking, Tennis, Racquetball, Basketball, Volleyball, Jogging, Wallyball
Special Feature: Parcourse Fitness System
Hours of Operation: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

 

Sylvalan Lake Park
This park is located 5 miles West of I-4 off State Road 46 on Lake Markham Road. This is a 126-acre park with a 188-acre lake adjacent to the park known as Sylvan Lake. Sylvan has become a soccer lovers delight, with a sport training facility and 6 soccer fields. This site has been a host to many national and international soccer teams – most notably the United States Women’s soccer team. Soccer Field Play passive activities such as picnicking, playgrounds, fishing, boating (hand carried only), pavilions, and site seeing from elevated boardwalks throughout the park. For more active recreation, tennis, wallyball racquetball, sand volleyball, football/soccer, and an exercise/jogging trail is available.

All this is incorporated in a truly rustic old Florida setting. Yes, there are even tennis lessons for adults and youth taught at Sylvan Lake Park. The park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. 363 days a year. The park is closed for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Contact the park at 407-322-6567, or email sylvan@co.seminole.fl.us, for specific information on programs or facilities you are interested in.

Overview of Facilities: Playground, Tennis Courts, Racquetball Courts, Boardwalk, Sand Volleyball Courts, Ball Field, Soccer Field, Jogging Trail, Pavilions
Overview of Activities: Picnicking, Fishing, Non-Gas Powered Boating, Tennis, Racquetball, Volleyball, Football, Soccer, Jogging, Wallyball
Special Feature: Parcourse Fitness System
Hours of Operation: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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