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January 21 - January 24
Stopping back in Central Florida to see my Mom again on the way to Justin and Kelci’s wedding in February.
Dr. Howard A. Kelly Park, often called Kelly Park, is a protected area which is owned by Orange County, Florida. It lies about 17 miles northwest of Orlando. It shares some of its boundaries with Wekiwa Springs State Park and Rock Springs Run State Reserve.
Kelly Park is where the Rock Springs bubble up from underground rivers at the breathtaking rate of 26,000 gallons a minute, feeding a string of swimming holes with crystal clear water at a constant temperature of 68 degrees. Just downstream, a freshly replenished creek spills down a shallow run that is popular in summer with tubers and waders.
Inside the 325-acre Kelly Park, near the popular day-use area, there are 26 shady campsites tucked under a dense canopy of pine and hardwood forest, each site ranging from 35 to 70 feet deep with comfortable separation.