Lake Lizzie Nature Preserve is located in Orlando in Florida, a natural preserve where outdoor activities include lengthy trails and two stunning lakes. In fact, many nature lovers and bird watchers can be seen joining visitors on tours of the area, as well as exploring its many hiking trails.
The preserve is a prime spot for backcountry backpacking, nature watching and horseback riding. Many hikers clamber along its well marked trails, visiting the fishing spot at Trout Lake and watching the alligators at Lake Lizzie. Situated in Osceola county area, the preserve is not so well visited as it could be. Many of the visitors are fishermen and hikers, many of whom are locals. However, the preserve is so out of the way that few visitors venture out to see it and thus miss out on an experience that makes any visit to the state and nearby city memorable.
Lake Lizzie Nature Preserve is open all year round. There is no admission fee and general national park and state rules apply. Though there are some restrictions during the dryer seasons, such as campfire bans, the preserve is really about protecting local animal, bird and plant species. As a result, the preserve remains virtually untouched, a paradise waiting to be explored, as well as respected.