A smaller home in College Park, Orlando FL
To get to College Park take I4 and get off on exit 85, or 86 and go west. Once you reach Edgewater Drive you can go north or south. The name college park originated from the original pre-existing streets called Princeton, Harvard, Yale, and Cornell.
The neighborhood was named in 1925 and has been expanded over the years.
College Park Schools
College Park does not actually include a college but the public schools are almost all A rated, which attracts many families with children.
The elementary schools are Princeton Elementary and Lake Silver Elementary, which are both A rated. The Junior High is Lee Middle School, which is also A rated. And Edgewater High is a 5 star school.
A brick street in College Park, Orlando Florida
Parks, Lakes and Recreation
Like much of Central Florida, College Park has several lakes including Lake Ivanhoe, Concord, Sliver, and Adair. There is also a neighborhood park and playground on New Hampshire St and Clouser Ave.
In the northwest corner of College Park is the City of Orlando Dubsdread Golf Course. The golf course is open to the public and has a great restaurant, the Tap Room.
The entrance to College Park, Orlando
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