Tiger Lake Fl
Tiger lake Fl has three main trails that have trailheads at different locations. Reach the George Cooley and Pfundstein Road Trails by taking SR 17 south from Babson Park. Take a left on Murray Road and go 2.2 miles to a left turn on Pfundstein Road. Follow the signs to the two trailheads. Reach the Jenkins Trail by traveling 9 miles east from Lake Wales on SR 60. Then a right at Walk-in-the-Water Road, go 3.5 miles to Wakeford Road and turn right. The parking area is at the end of the road. The easy access is from Lake Kissimmee from Tiger Cove.
What else to do?
Several hiking trails of varying lengths provide access to the oak scrub, pine Flatwoods, sandhill, hardwood swamp. And longleaf pine/wiregrass habitat associated with the Lake Wales sand ridge and the Tiger Creek watershed. The Jenkins Trail follows Tiger Creek. George Cooley Trail is a loop trail that goes through the scrub, hardwood swamp, pine Flatwoods, and cutthroat seeps. Additionally, the cutthroat seep–dominated by cutthroat grass–is a moist habitat that periodically dries out. Pfundstein Road trails provide access to Patrick Creek and a longer loop trail into the central highlands area.
Tiger Lake is specializing in Largemouth Bass, Bluegill, and Black Crappie. Is located at Latitude 30.23722, Longitude -82.94667
From the intersection of SR 60 and Tiger Lake Road, turn left and go 1.9 miles to Rosalie Lake Road. Turn left and go 1.0 mile to the ramp.
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