Go Out & Play

Winter Springs provides ample opportunity to spend a quiet day surrounded by nature. With 13 gorgeous parks and never-ending tree-lined streets, you’ll find an abundance of outdoor activities and Play for every age here. These are some of our favorite ways to spend a day outside in Winter Springs.

Soldier Creek Park Mountain Bike Trail

This is a fun 2.6 mile trail, good for both beginners and experienced riders. With elevation changes, wooden bridges, and tree cover for most of the trail, this is a great year-round place to explore on two wheels.  The trail follows the Soldier Creek so there is plenty of sightseeing along the way. Offering riders choices of easier of more challenging paths, you can also walk the path if mountain biking is not your forte’.

2400 State Rd 419
Winter Springs, Florida

(407) 665-2180

Spring Hammock Preserve

One of the most beautiful places to hike in the Orlando area, Spring Hammock Preserve is a 1500 acre preserve that houses some of the oldest cypress trees in all of Florida. Here, you’ll also find lots of trails, a glistening spring and the Environmental Studies Center which is used to teach grade school children about environmental studies.  There’s also a boardwalk that leads out to Lake Jesup.

Whether you travel here by car, bike or on foot be sure to bring your camera! The preserve is worth a visit year-round.

General Hutchison Parkway
Winter Springs, Florida

407-349-0769

Central Winds Park

Central Winds Park is open all year long from dusk to dawn and is considered a local gem.  In addition to a large soccer field, the park also has ball fields for baseball and softball, and a large three-story playground perfect for the kids of all ages.  Separate pavilions provide shade for picnic tables, complete with grills, and there’s a lovely nature trail for anyone interested in observing local wildlife.

100 East State Road 434
Winter Park, Florida

407-327-6599