Top 10 Winter Park Activities | Nicole Mickle

Top 10 Winter Park Activities



Whether you are visiting or planning a staycation, Winter Park has a lot to offer. You do not have to go to the theme parks to have a good time. Here are my top 10 Winter Park activities.


Scenic Boat Tour – Do you enjoy history? Historic homes? Interesting architecture? Then you will not want to skip the boat tours offered by Scenic Boat Tour. A very affordable way to experience the lifestyle of the affluence within Winter Park. Click here for more information – Scenic Boat Tour.


 Albin Polasek Museum – Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Albin Polasek Museum is an education for all. Albin Polasek was a world-class sculptor who lived from 1879 to 1965. His sculptures capture the spirit of the subjects in such an intimate way. Click here for more information –


Winter In The Park – Most do not equate Florida with ice skating, but the people who live here know of it as a great escape to get into the holiday mood. The Ice Rink is quite affordable for a full day of skating at just $12 a person. Click here for more informationCity of Winter Park Ice Skating.


Winter Park Walking Food Tour – Hungry? How about a hosted stroll around Winter Park to discover all the award-winning local eateries? Tickets as low as $40 with discounts for groups. Click here for more information – Winter Park Walking Food Tour.


Winter Park Wine Tasting – How about partaking in some wine tasting in a medieval monastery type environment? The Wine Room has earned the title of Orlando’s best wine bar from Orlando Magazine and Wine Spectator awards as well, in 2013, 2014, and 2015. Click here for more information – The Wine Room.


The Winter Park Farmers’ Market – The Market is held every Saturday morning from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m at the old train depot, located at 200 West New England Avenue. It is a popular gathering for the people in the community and is the prime spot to find local produce and more! Click here for more information –   Winter Park Farmers’ Market.


Winter Park Country Club – Are you a golfer? Than head on over to the Winter Park Country Club for a round of golf. There are no tee times, as it is first come, first serve. The golf course was built in 1914 in downtown Winter Park. It was once a 27-hole course and is now 9 holes. It is open to the the public. Click here for more information – Winter Park Country Club.


Cady Way Trail – If you want another outdoor destination for fun then this 7.2 mile paved trail is one to check out. Roller blade, run or simply enjoy with a slow stroll. The corridor connects Orlando with Winter Park. Click here for more informationCady Way Trail.


Park Avenue Winter Park – Known as the “Rodeo Drive East” for its boutiques and galleries is another area to explore for the discerning shoppers in the family. There are high-end chain retailers such as Talbot’s, Williams-Sonoma, Chico’s and Lucky Brand. Enjoy! Enjoy! Enjoy! Click here for more information – Park Avenue Winter Park.


Rollins College – There is so much offered to the community and the students of Rollins College such as free musical concerts, special lectures for the whole community and there’s a beautiful Catholic Chapel as well. Click here for more information – Rollins College.


If this list convinced you that Winter Park would be not only a great community to play in, but also to live in then click here to search homes in Winter Park or look below for all available homes in Winter Park, Florida. Contact me if you need real estate assistance.


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