Three Lakes - Trail 5 and 19

3/5 (3 reviews)
Kenansville, Florida (Osceola County)
Last Updated: 06/19/2020
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Roads 5 and 19 are located in Three Lakes Wildlife Management Area which consists of almost 55,000 acres in Osceola County. Three Lakes gets its name from three lakes: Kissimmee, Jackson, and Marian. Lake Kissimmee is the largest lake in this WMA. Both Lake Kissimmee and Lake Marian have Observation Towers. When arriving on Road 5, the scene is forest but continue advancing and the scenery changes to prairie; specifically wet prairie. Road 5 and 19 are well maintained but there are spots where vehicles will need to splash through some water. Drivers, equestrians, wildlife watchers, and hikers can expect to see deer, quail, and plenty of birds thriving in Three Lakes WMA.

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Trail Reviews

3/5 (3 reviews)
Status: Open
Rated 4/5
Visited: 09/05/2020

This trail will require you to get a pass from FWC. We got stopped by an officer who informed us. The first trail deadends at a mild waterlogged trail. We powered through it and found that it ends at a small pond that is not passable. The east loop took up to a collected water. It appears to be about 2 feet deep. Our lifted gladiator sank about 35in at the center but could power out on the high left. A beautiful and vast area, but I would avoid it if you don’t plan to go mudding.
Trail Review: Three Lakes - Trail 5 and 19 - Braeden Nevue
Status: Open
Rated 3/5
Visited: 07/10/2020

Easy trail. This section is more open with less water being right by your side.
Trail Review: Three Lakes - Trail 5 and 19 - Anthony J
Trail Review: Three Lakes - Trail 5 and 19 - Anthony J
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Jeff Bulat
Official Crew
17950
Status: Open
Rated 2/5
Visited: 09/25/2019

Road 5 and 19 are a very basic offroad trail. Drivers who are looking for a challenge need not apply. However if you are looking to camp, hike, ride horses, and watch wildlife these two trails are loaded!

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