Lake Tag: Chain of Lakes
The Alligator Chain of Lakes is an 8,352-acre, 12-lake chain of lakes system located in Osceola County, Florida. Out of the 12 lake system, 6 of the lakes are connected by navigable waterways, and 6 lakes in the chain require a re-launch. The Alligator Chain’s lake farthest north is Lake Center and Lake Gentry is the southern most lake on the Alligator Chain.
The Butler Chain of Lakes is 5,000+ acre chain of lakes, consisting of 13 lakes and canal system, located between southwest Orlando, Florida 32819, 32836 and Windermere, Florida 34786. The Butler Chain of Lakes is also known as the Windermere Chain of Lakes. The map above shows the Butler Chain of Lakes. The blue lines on the map show the waterways that connect the 13 lakes that make up the Butler Chain of Lakes.
The Clermont Chain of Lakes is a 8,690-acre, 11-lake chain of lakes. The Clermont Chain of Lakes spans portions of Clermont and Groveland, Florida. The points of interest map here shows the Clermont Chain of Lakes. The blue lines on the map show the waterways that connect the 11 lakes that make up the Clermont Chain of Lakes.
The Conway Chain of Lakes is made up of four interconnected portions of Lake Conway and Lake Gatlin. The northern portion of the chain is called Little Lake Conway, and the southern portion is known as Lake Conway. Some locals may refer to the southern portion of the lake as Big Lake Conway to indicate that larger section. The Conway Chain of Lakes is located 6.5 miles south of downtown Orlando Florida, and spans portions of zip codes 32806, 32809, 32812.