Osceola's Marsh Landing to re-open after two years

  • Marsh Landing
    Marsh Landing

Marsh Landing – part of the Shingle Creek Regional Park system – re-opens on Friday, Osceola County officials announced.
The park has been closed for about two years to accommodate construction of Hoagland Boulevard.

Marsh Landing was purchased in 2010 by Osceola County with the assistance of the South Florida Water Management District through their Save our Rivers program. This two-acre county-owned property is part of Osceola’s 1000-acre Shingle Creek Regional Park, which extends south from the Orange/Osceola county line to Lake Toho. Shingle Creek, headwaters to the world-famous Everglades, is a state-recognized Paddling Trail.
Marsh Landing offers a public canoe and kayak launch area. The park includes ADA accessible public restrooms, pavilions and picnic tables and a deck area.
The deck area is available for groups of 50 or under for daytime.  The facility is under the county’s COVID-19 guidelines and sanitization protocols.
Park hours are sunrise to sunset. The park is located at 3465 Marsh Road.