Picture of Scotty's Cove Conservation Area aka Lake Toho Community Park

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Scotty's Cove Conservation Area aka Lake Toho Community Park

Scotty's Cove Conservation Area is a 12 acre park, located on Lake Tohopekaliga in Osceola County, is an official canoe/kayak stop on the Shingle Creek Paddling Trail. The site of a former 80-slip marina and restaurant is now the launching point for water-borne fun and adventure. Lake Tohopekaliga is nationally regarded as one of the country┬┐s top recreational freshwater fishing locations. The park provides much needed and in demand shoreline access to the lake. It is ideally located as a launching point for canoeists that use the Shingle Creek/ Lake Tohopekaliga Canoe Trail. The park has been equipped with a canoe/kayak launch, picnic pavilion, nature/fitness trail, a playground, bike racks and a parking area. The site hosts iconic flora and fauna such as a mesic oak flatwoods, a bald cypress stand and fresh water marsh wetlands that are home for osprey, limpkin, sandhill cranes, great blue heron, anhinga, songbirds and red belly turtles.


  • Biking Trails
  • Kayak/Canoe Launch
  • Pavilion
  • Picnic Areas
  • Playground
  • Tables
  • Trails
  • Unpaved Hiking/Walking Trails
  • Water Access

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