With two big lakes, more than 50 miles of paths and trails, and over 20 parks, there's always somewhere to go for fun and exercise. Here are a few favorites:
Enders Park is a residents-only park and recreation center that offers a large pool and kiddie pool, state-of-the-art fitness room, a community gathering room, playground and more. Take part in swim lessons and fitness classes such as Pilates and yoga. This facility is access-controlled and unstaffed.
Grace Hopper Hall is another beautiful residents-only recreational facility that offers many of the same amenities as Enders Park. Grace Hopper Hall is access-controlled and also home to the Property Owners Association (POA) office.
High Park is a secluded residents-only facility that offers a 44x44' pool, a large open air pavilion with metal roof and bahama shutters, a birthday pavilion with a 16x12' picnic table, and a children's playground and play lawn.
Blue Jacket Park, a 55-acre City of Orlando park, is home to a track and field complex, lighted baseball fields and concession stand, tennis courts, basketball courts, picnic areas with covered pavilions, two children's playgrounds, a great lawn for soccer and field games, fountain plaza and grand stairs. Reservations for facilities are made through the City of Orlando.
Harbor Park is a City of Orlando park that encircles Lake Baldwin. It includes a popular 2.5-mile walking and biking trail and a beautifully landscaped amphitheater and boardwalk at the edge of the Village Center.