The Orlando Wetlands Park is an ecosystem that includes wetlands, rolling hills, scrub forests, and plenty of wildlife. The surprising thing about this park is that it is part of the Orlando waste water treatment system and is completely man-made. Over 16 million gallons of treated water are pumped in every day, creating a refuge for many animals. This park gets crowded, so if you want a chance to see wildlife, get there early. It is also a popular destination for nature photographers because of the diverse wildlife that is attracted to the area.
Last modified: June 8th, 2019