College Park is a small community in Orlando, Florida. College Park is a beautiful neighborhood with tree-lined streets and gorgeous lakes, away from the hustle and bustle of Downtown Orlando, yet it’s still close enough if you want to be part of the action.
College Park residents love its close-knit community atmosphere. With events such as Holiday on the Drive, Dancing on the Drive, and the College Park Farmers’ Market, College Park provides fun for the entire family year-round.
Visit one of the independently owned restaurants, coffee shops, or trendy boutiques.
Take a walk or ride your bicycle around the lake or one of College Park’s beautiful parks. The College Park Community Center offers residents a gym, computer lab, and outdoor amenities such as a swimming pool, baseball field, and playground. A variety of fitness programs are also available.
Increasingly popular among seniors, young professional, and families alike, College Park is a wonderful place to call home. To learn more check out College Park Partnership.
3.24 square miles
The average home value in College Park is $329,119
Lake Ivanhoe and Lake Adair are both lovely lakes in College Park with paved paths for walking and playgrounds for the kids.
Jazz Fest features twelve different bands on three different stages for a night of smooth and funky jazz to enjoy while gathering with friends and family.
College Park Main Street is in the heart of Central Florida with a variety of locally owned restaurants and bars that will satisfy any taste.
RusTeak Restaurant and Wine is operated by two graduates of The Culinary Institute of America. The menu boasts hand crafted sandwiches, burgers, flatbreads, steaks, seafood, and pasta.
Menagerie Eatery & Bar is a fun and eclectic social eatery. They have a partnership with local farmers, fisherman, and micro-vendors which allows them to create playful dishes.