Coral at the Cow Camp at Lake Kissimmee State Park

There were some remarkable things at Lake Kissimmee State Park South East of Orlando. The Cow Camp was recreated from a 1876 cow wrangler camp at this location. Here they run an educational camp with a cowboy interpreter and a functioning old cow camp with actual cows. It was early morning when I went into the camp and no one was there at all. It was a very chilly Winter morning at near 40 degrees. The camp was heavily shaded by Spanish Moss covered Live Oak trees. The fences keeping the cows out grazing were all wood rail. I really like the natural Florida Palm Trees coming up amongst the Live Oaks.

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Written by JessButtery

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