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4 Reviews of Hal Scott Preserve County Park

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Kirsten G.
Reviewed Dec. 13, 2020

Unable to access with padlock code given :(

Second trip all the way out here with a camping reservation and lock code...with no other way to access and absolutely no contacts available for help.  Pleeease consider investing in a new lock (heck, I'll buy it for you!).  So very disappointed....

Month of VisitJanuary
Jamie C.
Reviewed Aug. 21, 2020

Tucked away gem

Be prepared for a hike to the sites (except group site). Expect some areas of water covered trails, ankle deep, especially in the summer months. The second site, about 2 miles in, has a storm shelter nearby for those sudden afternoon thunderstorms. Sites are neatly cleared with mature oak trees…

Reviewed Sep. 24, 2019

It's a walk!

It's a long walk to a primitive site, but totally worth it. There's no real way of knowing if the sites are already taken, so be prepared for that. There's a fire pit, table and plenty of space for tents. If I go again, I'll bring a folding cart to bring more supplies. Can't complain for a free…


Hal Scott Preserve County Park is located in Florida


Head east on State Road (SR) 50 to SR 520. From SR 520, turn west into the Wedgefield subdivision on Macon Parkway. Turn left on Bancroft Boulevard, right on Meredith Parkway, left on Dallas Boulevard. The park entrance is 1.6 miles from the Meredith/Dallas intersection, on the right. There is an exit for Dallas Boulevard from the BeeLine Expressway east-bound.


5150 Dallas Blvd
Orlando, FL 32833


28.48615702 N
81.09661181 W

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