Orlando Loch Haven Park covers 45 acres and serves as the region’s
premier cultural park. Nestled between three lakes, Lake Estelle
on the north, Lake Rowena on the east, and Lake Formosa on the
south, the park is located on North Mills Avenue and Princeton
Street. The lawn
area in the center portion of the park is a wonderful place to
sit and enjoy the lake views shaded by majestic oak trees. One
of Central Florida’s oldest and largest oak trees, "The Mayor"
is located in Loch Haven Park.
Loch Haven Park is home to:
Museum of Art
Museum of American Art
Orlando Garden Club
Information on other City of Orlando cultural features can be
Cultural Park Conceptual Master Plan 2009 - The City of
Orlando commissioned this master plan to determine how the park
area in the southern portion of Loch Haven Park could be better
utilized for public purposes in the future. For purposes of this
study, the name of this portion of the park is
referred to as “Cultural Park”.
Leashed pets are allowed at Loch Haven Park.
Please clean up after your pet.