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Camping At Orange County Parks

Extend your park visit by camping at one of five Orange County Parks and Recreation campsites! Enjoy the wonders of nature at Moss, Kelly, Clarcona, Trimble and Magnolia Parks, and experience nature rustically at our primitive sites, or with friends at our many group camping and family sites, or snuggle into one of our single sites in a tent or the comfort of your own RV. Each park offers a unique experience in a natural setting. Popular activities at these sites range from tubing, hiking, nature study, swimming, campfire programs and many others!

Respect For Nature

Whether it's feeling the sun on your face, learning how things grow or enjoying the awe-inspiring beauty of a summer's day, nature's innovation sustains us from the inside out. Spending time outdoors reminds us of our unique place in the world... our connection to nature.

Exciting activities at these parks include but aren't limited to:

  • Tubing
  • Hiking
  • Nature study
  • Campfire programs


Eco Education - Join us in environmental education programs, which focus on Central Florida plants, animals, ecosystems and outdoor sports. Ask about our new interactive computer-based learning programs and our adult-only art classes! Pre-registration is required.

Hiking Program - Become a Preserve Trailblazer and hike 30 miles at your own pace. Receive an official trailblazer T-shirt and discover native Florida and the wonders of nature along the way. This program is for all ages and is absolutely free.

For more information on Tibet-Butler's environmental programs, contact the park:

Tibet-Butler Preserve
8777 County Road 535 (Winter Garden-Vineland Rd.)
Orlando, FL 32836
(407) 254-1940

Contact Us

Orange County Parks and Recreation
4801 W. Colonial Dr.
Orlando, FL 32808

Phone: (407) 836-6200
Parks' Events InfoLine: (407) 836-6280
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Twitter: @OrangeCoParksFL

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