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Altamonte Springs Florida
Neighborhood Roundup

Altamonte Chapel

Altamonte Mall

Eastmonte Park

Altamonte Springs, Florida
Celebrating 100 Years


Altamonte Springs has successfully fulfilled the most desirable traits of a special place to live in Central Florida. This town exhibits conditions like livability, community spirit, an area sought after to raise families, a good place to get an education, to work, to live and to enjoy life along tree-lined streets. This medium-size city of about 41,000 has a prominent small-town feel and is perfectly situated in a picturesque area surrounded by orange, lime and lemon groves. It’s close to theme parks in the area, complete with amusement rides and memorable characters, yet far enough away to give one a feeling of having stepped back in time to a simpler life in the sub-tropical, charming American south.
Quaint Altamonte Chapel, the oldest building in this city, delivers a real sense of community and belonging. With programs benefiting schools and social service endeavors, residents find themselves united in the pursuit of common interests and desires. Altamonte Mall provides a unique two-story shopping area to gather and window shop, to dine in style at popular eateries, take in a movie, or simply let the kids enjoy an indoor play area. Beautiful Eastmonte Park offers the perfect place for basketball games, baseball and softball leagues, and outdoor enjoyment for all residents.

Casselberry, Florida
A Treasure of Suburban Orlando


Casselberry, a nearby treasure of Seminole County, is a picturesque town of about 28,000 residents. With 30 lakes and ponds, people find that there is never a shortage of scenic escapes. With its desirable proximity to Orlando, there will always be nearby attractions like Walt Disney World, Sea World, Legoland, Discovery Cove and Chocolate Kingdom to satisfy longings for adventure.


The area’s 17 parks range from large recreation centers to small neighborhood parks. Residents enjoy days spent at Branch Tree Park, Veterans Memorial Park, Sunnytown Park, Lake Hodge Park, and Lake Concord Park with the extra added attraction of Casselberry Art House. Here visitors and residents enjoy the art gallery, appreciate taking art classes, and are thrilled by musical performances. Fun day adventures can include kayak tours, paddle-board tours, trolley rides on a hop-on and hop-off trolley, indoor karting and walking tours. Good public schools and a wealth of recreational opportunities make this town desirable for all ages.


Maitland, Florida
A Gem Close to Attractions with a Rural Feel

Time spent in Maitland, FL gives one the feeling of being in a rural village with nearby attractions to spice things up. A town of about 16,000, it’s a perfect size to truly enjoy quaint sites like the Maitland Art Center, Farmer’s Market and The Church of the Good Shepherd. This Orange County gem also features a wealth of parks and outdoor recreation spaces.


The largest parks include Lake Lucien Park with 13 acres of green space and the Community Park with its recreation building, tennis courts, indoor racquetball courts, boardwalk, jogging trails and two areas for children to play. Picnic areas are found at Lake Lily Park, Homer Hough Park at Lake Sybelia Point, and Bellamy Park. The Jim Houser Azalea Garden is the perfect place to relax among floral displays with well-placed benches. Museum attractions include the Telephone Museum, Historical Museum, and William H. Waterhouse Museum, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Winter Springs, Florida
A Suburban Oasis

Long considered a suburban oasis of Orlando, Winter Springs is a town of about 37,000 residents that is dotted with parks, churches, and highly rated schools. This town at one time was owned by a merchant from New York named Moses Levy. He was a man who made much of his fortune trading with the Spanish and in the lumber industry.

Residents today enjoy periodic events like a Drive In Movie in the Park, occasional fireworks displays at Central Winds Park, and a Hometown Harvest in the fall complete with hayrides, pumpkin painting, a hay play area and live musical performances. Around the holidays, there is an annual Holiday Parade which has run for 39 consecutive years, a tree lighting, and a Winter Wonderland attraction. 

People love spending time in Winter Springs at Central Winds Park with its dog park, Field of Dreams playground and picnic areas. At Trotwood Park, residents and visitors alike find a frontier style playground complete with log houses, mountain peaks and bears. Kids also enjoy a playground and splash pad. Torcaso Park is another attractive area with lighthouses, a sand area and splash pad.


Longwood, Fl
A Small-Town Feel with Big Town Amenities



Longwood in Seminole County, FL is a suburban town with amenities that are common in larger towns. It’s home to South Seminole Hospital, UPS, D&A building services and Government offices. These businesses provide enticing employment opportunities for residents.

Big Tree Park is a popular attraction, and it is home to two of the largest trees in the world. The Senator was a bald Cypress tree with a trunk diameter of 17.5 feet. It met its demise in 2012 when it became a victim of arson. Another nearby tree, the Lady Liberty, is over 2,000 years old and stands over 82 feet tall. It’s located about 40 feet from The Senator. Local schoolchildren took part in naming the Lady Liberty. 

Development opportunities entered this area from nearby military bases, the area providing housing to military families, and the nearby space industry. Its proximity to Orlando lets everyone enjoy famous theme parks and attractions. Longwood is also close to the world-renowned NASA John F. Kennedy Space Center in Brevard County.


Goldenrod ,FL Skyline

Goldenrod Florida,
Small Town with a Big Heart


Goldenrod, a small town near Orange County, boasts a smaller population of about 13,000. This picturesque town was aptly named for the wildflowers that grew abundantly in fields nearby. Suburban homes came to be built here in the 1920s, many of which were built by New York residents who wished to spend winter months in the warmer climate of Florida.

At a local park built near Perch Pond, residents enjoyed a covered picnic area and places to play shuffleboard, horseshoes and croquet. There was also a boat house, a small post office and grocery store. A train line called the Dinky Line eventually connected the area to Orlando. 

Today, a famous Festival and Parade is held each fall. Residents are now able to rent the local train station for special events, including weddings and showers. A renovated fire station is now the community center. A small museum known as the Goldenrod Historical Society and Museum opened in 2001 and it showcases many of the area’s historical documents.

Winter Park, Florida
Quaint Perfection in a Resort Community

The renowned community of Winter Park, founded in the late 19th century as a resort community, is now a small suburban city near Orlando. Today it is home to about 28,000 residents. The main attractions are Rollins College, Casa Feliz which is a scenic wedding venue, Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art, and the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens which celebrates the sculptures of Czech-American Sculptor Albin Polasek.

Charles Hosmer Morse was the biggest landowner in the area in the early 1900s. In 1945, his granddaughter and her husband resided on land here and famously began to house peacocks. Today, residents consider peacocks to be pets for the entire community. 

Another famous story from the area happened in the early 1980s when a large sinkhole opened up and swallowed a home, a Sycamore tree, five Porsche vehicles, a pickup truck, part of a swimming pool, and portions of Denning Drive. Eventually the area became a tourist attraction with people wanting to see the famous sinkhole. The sinkhole has since been stabilized and repaired, and four of the vehicles were recovered. Other claims to fame in this area include the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival and the Bach Festival, both of which draw many annual visitors.


Winter Park,FL Town Hall

Charles Hosmer Morse

Cranes Roost Park

Forest City, Fl.
A Touch of History Within a City 

Forest City is considered a census designated place with a population of over 13,000 residents, with its historic center situated in the city of Altamonte Springs. The most common industries here are in healthcare, finance, construction, insurance, accommodations and food service, arts and entertainment, and education. Many residents are employed in retail, office, healthcare and technical computer occupations.

This area is close to Cranes Roost Park and the outdoor town center of Uptown Altamonte. Cranes Roost at Uptown Altamonte features an outdoor water fountain, with choreographed music including swing, classical and contemporary music. The park area also features a scenic wedding venue and spaces for hosting city holidays and festivals. Forest City residents are also close to Altamonte Mall, a prominent four-anchor indoor mall for shopping, which also features movie theaters and several restaurants.


Fern Park, Florida 
A Suburban Ambience

People searching for a small suburban ambiance and quiet, tree-lined streets look to places like the unincorporated community of Fern Park. This is where about 8,300 residents live a relatively quiet, small-town life. When excitement is desired, Orlando is never too far away with its wealth of theme parks, restaurants, attractions like Sea World, Legoland, Universal Studios and Walt Disney World.
A small town shopping center in Fern Park features anchors like Winn-Dixie and Goodwill, along with small hair and nail salons, a baby boutique and a pizza restaurant. There is one elementary school in town, English Estates Elementary School, and about 3,600 homes. Senior living spaces are also attractive for those searching for a serene and peaceful place to call home.


Fern Park Skyline

Wekiwa State Park

Wekiwa Springs, FL Town Hall

Wekiwa Springs, Florida
A Nature and Wildlife Lovers Paradise

The Census designated area of Wekiwa Springs with its population of about 23,000 residents is famous for vast green space and livable conditions. One of the most famous attractions is Wekiwa Springs State Park, which offers nature lovers opportunities for wildlife viewing, hiking, mountain biking, birding, paddling, horseback riding, snorkeling and swimming. Nature enthusiasts can also enjoy pursuits like Geo-Seeking, picnicking, running, kayaking, canoeing and camping.

A simple canoe ride along the springs lets visitors enjoy wildlife sightings along with views of stark purple blooms of pickerel weeds, which are reminiscent of lavender plants. These stunning plants provide abundant photo opportunities. This area is also a well-known training ground for the state’s many park rangers. Take a swim in crystal clear, blue water, and enjoy the refreshing 72-degree water. Such a natural wonder that is just minutes from downtown Orlando gives visitors a taste of the truly special, captivating nature of the area’s small towns, and provides a very nice contrast from the bustling Orlando area.


Eatonville, Florida
A Historic Town with a Unique History

Eatonville is a town nicely situated just six miles North of Orlando that is a part of the Orlando-Kissimmee area. It was founded by three traveling Union Officers, including Captain Josiah Eaton and Captain Lewis Lawrence. Palm tree-lined streets and an attractive small-town ambiance make this town an interesting gem in the area. It’s almost uniquely an African American town.

This town was home to famous author Zora Neale Hurston and places in the town were often mentioned in her books. In 1990, the Zora Neale Hurston Museum of Fine Arts was established in her name. The population is about 2,200. Eatonville was added to the National Register of Historic Places in February of 1998. Famous traveling performers who have stopped by include Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington, B.B. King, The Platters, Billie Holiday, Sam Cooke, Ray Charles and Aretha Franklin.


Lockhart Stadium

Lockhart, Florida
A Sports Fans Dream Town

The Orange County town of Lockhart near Orlando boasts a population of about 14,000 residents and is a Census designated town. The most famous attraction here, along with quiet tree-lined streets, is Lockhart Stadium. Used originally for High School sports, this stadium has also been used as a soccer and American Football stadium. The soccer connection developed in 1977 when the stadium became the home of the Strikers. In 1998, it was re-designed to house the Miami Fusion, a Major League Soccer team.

The stadium was also used as the home of the Atlantic Owls Football team from 2002 to 2010. Today, the stadium is being redeveloped for use by the Major League Soccer Club known as the Inter Miami CF, a professional soccer team from Miami. When it’s finished, the new training complex will include over 30 acres of green space, soccer fields for youth, and a newly constructed community center.


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