312-foot elevation SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN in southern Lake County -- between Astatula & Clermont (off of CR-561 or CR-561A) -- is the highest natural land point of the St. Johns-Ocklawaha River basin and in fact all of peninsular Florida. It towers some 246 feet above adjacent Lake Apopka (elevation 66 feet) making it the most prominent hilltop (with the greatest topographical relief) in the entire state of Florida. SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN's summit is the most prominent peak in the state, and in a national ranking, is more prominent than the most prominent hills in both Louisiana and Delaware. The ORLANDO skyline (23 miles away as the crow flies) is sometimes visible from near the summit of SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN. Poll QUESTION: Should Lake County or the State of Florida create a small public park of some type near its summit while there may still be some public land available?