Protecting and Improving Green Space

FOR HEALTHIER LIFE IN ORLANDO

“I believe the future of Orlando and its communities will benefit greatly from the work we are setting out to do together, outliving each of us to care for those we will never know. What a beautiful way to steward the Earth and love our neighbors.” - Ted Haddock, Chairman of Board of Trustees

WHAT IS ORLANDO LAND TRUST?

Lake Eola Park - Downtown Orlando | Orlando Land Trust

The ORLANDO LAND TRUST was established as a means of improving and protecting parks, playgrounds, and green spaces for all Orlando residents.

As Orlando grows, its communities’ needs for quality parks, green spaces and natural habitat grows with it. Orlando Land Trust is committed to protect and improve local green spaces for the public benefit and the flourishing of natural ecosystems. Orlando Land Trust works with residents, local leaders, businesses and community stakeholders for win-win solutions that make Orlando more beautiful, healthy and enjoyable for all.

Lake Eola Park is the Center for Community and Leisure Activity in Downtown Orlando

NATURE

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50 swans of 5 different varieties, beautiful flowers, picnic areas and bird watching.

community

Sunday Farmer’s Market,  yoga in the park, .9 mile paved loop and beautiful art installations.

events

Festivals, Concerts,  Holiday Celebrations, Charity Events and Foot Races.

FUN

Rentable swan-shaped paddle boats, local restaurants and Walt Disney Amphitheater.

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MISSION

Preserve, protect and expand Lake Eola Park and the surrounding green space of Orlando’s most iconic and historic park by reducing development on the lake.
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ABOUT

It is with an optimistic, yet determined mind-set toward Orlando and the future of Lake Eola Park that the Orlando Land Trust is embarking on its first Capital Campaign
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Each and every investment makes a difference. Your investment supports our mission to preserve, protect and enrich the beautiful spaces and places in Orlando.
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