It's tough to drive a few miles in Kissimmee and Osceola County without hitting water. Even better, our water is full of fish. Venture out to Lake Tohopekaliga (Lake Toho to the locals), one of the largest lakes on the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes in Central Florida, and you're fishing where the pros fish. For bass fishermen all over the world, few places compare to the bountiful water near Orlando. Anglers from around the world come to compete in tournaments, or make it a family vacation to remember. Even if trophy bass aren't your goal, the lakes around Kissimmee are also home to a healthy population of bluegill, crappie and catfish. From Lake Kissimmee State Park, Lake Rosalie and Tiger Lake to East and West Lake Toho, Big Toho Marina and East Lake Fish Camp, a day on the water here is a day you won't soon forget.
Even if your interests don't include a rod and reel, you can still experience a blissful day boating on the water or camping next to it. Water sports can be found all around our great outdoor playground. Jump in a rowboat, sailboat, kayak or canoe and discover tropical foliage, wildlife (including alligators) and natural wonders at every turn.
Make your Kissimmee vacation a true experience. Explore, experience and enjoy the lakes of Kissimmee.
For more information about area lakes, check out this article.
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