Orange County Government, Florida
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Mayor Teresa Jacobs has issued a local state of emergency to protect citizens, visitors and properties from extreme fire conditions. During the State of Local Emergency, all outdoor burning is banned within the unincorporated and incorporated territory of Orange County, unless a written permit is first obtained. At Orange County Parks' camping sites, campfires are prohibited until further notice. Officials are asking citizens to cooperate and comply with all necessary emergency measures. More information at Orange County Newsroom.
Mayor Teresa Jacobs has issued a local state of emergency to protect citizens, visitors and properties from extreme fire conditions. During the State of Local Emergency, all outdoor burning is banned within the unincorporated and incorporated territory of Orange County, unless a written permit is first obtained. At Orange County Parks' camping sites, campfires are prohibited until further notice. Officials are asking citizens to cooperate and comply with all necessary emergency measures. More information at Orange County Newsroom.
Nature presents itself in all its glory at Shadow Bay Park.
Shadow Bay Park/Lake Cane Tennis Center
Shadow Bay Park/Lake Cane Tennis Center
Basketball Courts Bicycling Fishing Leashed Pet Allowed Picnic Area/Grills Playground Rec. Programs Rental Pavilions Scenic Softball Tennis Trails Wildlife
Hours of Operation:
Summer: 8 a.m.- 8 p.m.; Winter: 8 a.m.- 6 p.m.; Monday - Sunday
Phone Number: (407) 254-9175
Address:
5100 Turkey Lake RD
Orlando, FL 32819
Acreage: 111
Location:
Points of Interest:
Programs Enjoy our 17 tennis courts with a pro shop; visit MG Tennis or call 407-254-9170.

Bicycling: There is a 1¼-mile concrete trail and a 2-mile dirt trail for mountain biking.

Scenic: lots of areas overlook the open sand scrub (ancient sand dunes, which are an endangered and protected habitat) with endemic flora (great site for botanists) and ponds. There are more than 3 miles of nature trails through the park.

Wildlife: you'll find a substantial population of gopher tortoises, bobcat, grey fox, raccoons, opossums, butterflies, and birds; this is beginning of migratory season, especially by the marsh and ponds. We are on the Florida Birding Trail!

Contact Us

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

Email: parks@ocfl.net
Phone: (407) 836-6200
Parks' Events InfoLine: (407) 836-6280
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Twitter: @OrangeCoParksFL