Tibet-Butler Preserve is a nature center with numerous trails set in Orlando, Florida. The trails are kept well groomed. The wilderness area is set around the dense urban section of West Orlando. The trail system in the park loops through a number of different habitats found in Florida such as a pine forest, scrub area, bayhead swamp, and cypress lakeshore. The walks have interpretive signs to help guests understand the different flora and fauna they will see. Tibet- Butler Preserve is a good location for families with children to have a picnic and outdoor nature walk. Barred owls or osprey often call out. It is also possible to hear the Magic Kingdom train while hiking in the forest.
The hike is 2.5 miles roundtrip. There are no fees or permits needed to enjoy this preserve. It is a good location for birding and wildlife viewing. The difficulty level is 2 out of 5. There is a bug factor of 2 out of 5 meaning mosquitoes and other bugs are lesser in this area than other nature locations. There are restrooms near the parking lot. Included in the preserve is a picnic area, butterfly garden, and sandbox (handicap accessible).