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Winter Park Lakes

East of Orlando, in downtown Winter Park, FL are the picturesque Winter Park Chain of Lakes.  Covering 2,781 acres, these beautiful lakes offer some of the finest water based recreational activities.  Consisting of Lake Virginia, Lake Osceola, Lake Maitland, Lake Mizell, and Lake Sue, these five interconnected lakes are home to some of Florida’s most breathtaking scenery and indigenous wildlife.

The Winter Park Chain of Lakes is perfect for all water sports and recreation.  Boaters enjoy the five canal connected lakes.  The gorgeous crystal clear water is perfect for water skiing, kayaking, and pontoon boating.  Fisherman will enjoy the variety of fish found in the different lakes, and wild life enthusiast can come to the Winter Park Lakes to see everything from Bald Eagles, Ospreys, ducks, otters, and alligators.

A public ramp is available behind Rollins College for boat access.  Use of the ramp requires a City of Maitland or Winter Park permit, which helps to keep the lakes from overcrowding.

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Lake Berry

East of Lake Virginia and west of Lakemont Avenue is Lake Berry.  This 68 acre lake has a depth of…

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Lake Killarney

Lake Kiilarney is located west of Highway 17-92 between Lee Road and Fairbanks Avenue.  Stretching across 234…

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Lake Maitland

Lake Maitland is a 451 acre lake east of Highway 17-92 and south of Howell Branch Road.  With an average depth…

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Lake Osceola

Lake Osceola is a 156 acre lake within the Winter Park Chain of Lakes.  The average depth is about 9 feet and…

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Lake Sue

Upstream of Lake Virginia is the 142 acre Lake Sue.  The average depth of Lake Sue is 7 feet

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