Another of the Orlando suburbs, this one about 5 miles north of the city. This town has about 46,000 residents and splits I-4. The area is full of lakes and outdoor activities. We have listed a bunch of the best options for you to choose for your next big outdoor event.
Cranes Roost Park
This park sits close to downtown and surrounds a lake and the highway. It has a walking path, amphitheater, and even a nightly fountain show. The park is 45 acres big and includes a picturesque 62 foot high tower. The park underwent a renovation in 2016 that includes expanded boardwalks, new railings, fresh landscaping, and accented lighting. You can even fish in the park.
Address: 274 Cranes Roost Blvd, Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
A park slightly on the smaller side, this one also has baseball, softball, and tennis facilities. The park has an outdoor swimming pool and a 4,700 square foot multi purpose room. There is a pavilion and multi-purpose fields as well. Use this link to call or email to reserve either one.
Address: 624 Bills Ln, Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
Just on the other side of town from its like-named brethren, this park is bounded by train tracks on one side. There are racquetball courts and batting cages. There are state of the art baseball fields here too. You can rent the community center for events using this link.
Address: 830 Magnolia Dr, Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
This enormous park specializes in tennis courts and facilities. There is also sand volleyball, pavilions, and hiking trails. A full day rental of the pavilion costs $100 per day for the large one and $60 for small one. The information for all of this is at this link.
Address: 401 W Highland St, Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
Lake Lotus Park
This is a 150 acre wetland park, which has woods, a boardwalk, pavilion, and playground. There are no dogs nor alcohol permitted at the park. You can rent the pavilion at this link.
Address: 1153 Lake Lotus Park Rd, Altamonte Springs, FL 32714