historic wooden water tower and train depot at pioneer village shingle creek kissimmee
visitors crowd around historic shack at pioneer village shingle creek kissimmee
teacher and kids in period costume in historic schoolhouse at pioneer village shingle creek kissimmee

Overview

The Pioneer Village is comprised of a permanent collection of authentic structures which once stood in different areas of Osceola County. They were carefully relocated to our present location and gently preserved to demonstrate how life was once lived before our modern times. The village includes a general store and post office, schoolhouse, church, train depot, homesteads from Osceola settlers, Seminole settlement, a cow camp and working structures such as a blacksmith shop, citrus packing plant, cane grinder, and barn.

Pioneer Village is part of Shingle Creek Regional Park, which is operated by Osceola County. Within the park is the Mary Kendall Steffee Nature Preserve, a piece of Osceola County as it was in the time of Florida’s original Native American tribes and early pioneers. The vegetation growing on the 7.8-acre preserve provided the early inhabitants materials needed for dyes, clothing, medicine and other necessities.

Please contact Pioneer Village at Shingle Creek directly for current hours and pricing. Check out our See & Do Page for other fun things to do in Florida and our Deals Page for offers and coupons for Florida attractions, restaurants, shops and more.

Phone:
(407) 396-8644