College Park has long been one of Orlando’s traditional, family-oriented neighborhoods, but has in recent years, taken on the cachet of “cool, hip and trendy.” This unique community, located just Northwest of Downtown Orlando, is filled with bungalow style homes built in the early 1900’s, lakes, shops, restaurants and so much more. You’ll notice from a casual drive along its brick-lined streets that many of the streets have been named after famous colleges like Princeton, Harvard and Yale – just another quaint aspect to this one-of-a-kind neighborhood. College Park, while well known as a shopping and dining destination, is now considered a trendy and popular place to call home – a place you’ll want to call “home.”
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College Park Neighborhood Association
A group of residents who actively work to support and enhance the College Park Community.They have events like Sunday In The Park, Historic Homes Tour and more.
College Park Community Paper
We have a wonderful community paper that delivers the good news happening in College Park each month.
Lake Ivanhoe - National Register Historic District
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College Park is quickly and easily accessed from Colonial Drive by heading North on Edgewater Drive, and from I-4 by taking the Princeton Exit (#85) and heading West to Edgewater Drive.
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