The Kissimmee Lakefront Park was a five year, three phase project that required realignment of the streets to create a contiguous 25-acre park that interacts closely with Lake Tohopekaliga (Lake Toho). The park’s numerous features are connected by a large horseshoe shaped pedestrian path. This path unifies a civic lawn and forms abundant green spaces that showcase new landscaping. Some of the more exciting park elements include plazas, sixteen pavilion structures, playgrounds, and rest room facilities. Additionally, children can enjoy a Florida wildlife themed splash pad or one of the multiple park playgrounds. Off the pedestrian path, on Lake Toho, is a marina with floating docks accompanied by an overwater bait shop and restaurant. This multifunctional lakefront park also can host various events on the lawns or feature entertainers on one of the performance stages. Kissimmee Lakefront Park is also proud to display extensive site lighting, a concession stand, and park furniture. For the occasional lost tourist, the park is very pedestrian friendly offering way finding signage. The rejuvenation of Kissimmee Lakefront Park has turned these 25 acres in to a beautiful multifunctional landscape that make this park a popular community amenity.