Apopka

Apopka offers a small-town atmosphere with easy access to shopping, recreation and major employers.

Incorporated in 1882, Apopka has grown into Orange County’s second largest city, with nearly 50,000 residents who enjoy our small-town atmosphere, our beautiful natural resources and our many outdoor recreation opportunities.  

Apopka boasts the 180-acre Northwest Recreation Complex, located on Jason Dwelley Boulevard in northwest Apopka.  The complex has 6 full-sized soccer fields, 4 multi-purpose fields, 2 lacrosse fields, 2 flag football fields, 6 baseball fields, 6 softball fields, 4 tennis courts, 3 basketball courts, 4 sand volleyball courts and 4 pavilions along with a .9 mile walking trail. The Apopka area offers some of Florida’s most beautiful natural wonders.  Only minutes from downtown Apopka, you can find Wekiwa Springs State Park, home of a second-magnitude spring where guests can swim or snorkel. You can also take an adventure on Wekiva River in a canoe or kayak or hike through the park’s many trails.

 

About the Neighborhood

There are community events
Neighbors are friendly
Easy commutes
Parks and playgrounds
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