512 East Washington Street
Orlando, FL 32801
Event Rentals: 407.246.2378
Park Hours: 6 a.m. – 12 a.m.
Lake Eola Park is located in the heart of Downtown Orlando. The sidewalk that circles the lake is .9 miles in length, making it easy for visitors to keep track of their walking or running distances. Other activities available to park visitors include renting swan-shaped paddle boats, feeding the live swans and other birds inhabiting the park, seeing a concert or a play in the Walt Disney Amphitheater, grabbing a bite to eat at Relax Grill on Lake Eola or relaxing amid beautiful flower beds and a spectacular view of Orlando’s skyline.
Lake Eola Events
Date & Time
|Every Sunday||Eola Sunday Market |
The Eola Sunday Market has gained a reputation of being one of the best in Central Florida. The market features fruits and vegetables, home-made breads, an assortment of local cuisines, beer, wine and a variety of artwork and entertainment. For more information, please visit orlandofarmersmarket.com
|Saturday September 3|
8 am - 12 pm
|Keep Kids Off the Street|
Outreach Ministries hosts the 7th annual walk to raise funds to assist in supporting ongoing community based philanthropy, community feeding, homeless citizens and reading programs. For more information, please contact Pamela Strawter at 407.479.8395.
|Saturday September 10|
6 - 9 pm
|Trans Life Gift of Gospel, Gift of Life Concert|
Free community concert event to support organ and tissue donation and kick off National Donor Minority Awareness Week. Featuring faith based entertainers, stories of hope from donor families and transplant recipients, food vendors and more. For more information, please visit translife.org
|Sunday September 11|
11 am - 2 pm
|Gynecologic Cancer Community Awareness event|
Presented by the Gynecologic Cancer Center at Orlando Health, the Teal Event raises awareness of gynecologic cancers. There will be cancer screening information, education and a survivors walk. For more information, please call 321.841.8393
|Saturday September 24|
7 - 10 pm
|Pokemon: Go Orlando Meetup|
A chance for the community to play together and meet new “Trainers”. Come meet fellow city wide team members in competitions and giveaways. For more information, please visit Pokemon:Go Lake Eola Meetup - Facebook
Lake Eola FountainThe original Linton E. Allen Memorial Fountain was built in 1957 and refurbished in 2011. It is known as the “official” icon of the City of Orlando. At night the fountain comes alive with a choreographed show set to music. The colors of the water and the musical themes change with the season. Shows run nightly at approximately 8:30 and 9:30 p.m. lasting about 6 minutes. Show times will change in the Autumn.
A ride on a paddle boat is a great way to explore Lake Eola. Lake Eola Park has swan-shaped paddle boats available for rent for $15.00 per half hour. Each boat holds 5 people (children of all ages are welcome). Hours of operation are 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Sunday through Tuesday; and 10 a.m. – 10p .m. Wednesday through Saturday (weather permitting). Rentals are accepted up to 30 minutes prior to closing time. Look for the boat rental dock by the Relax Grill. No reservations needed!
Park RentalsLake Eola is a popular destination for festivals, concerts, fundraising walks and even weddings. There are various locations around the park available for rent as shown here. For information on park rentals please call 407.246.2378.
The newest addition to Lake Eola Park, the Eola House is a historic setting for meetings, baby showers, small weddings or other events. Click here for information on rentals, or call 407.246.2378. Limited public access.
To be a vendor at the Sunday Farmer’s Market, or any other park event, please contact the event promoter directly. Following are the most frequently requested contacts:
Fiesta in the Park: fiestainthepark.com
July 4th Fireworks at the Fountain: (321) 281-2185
Sunday’s Farmers Market: orlandofarmersmarket.com
Lake Eola has a park-wide sound system which links the amphitheater with speakers surrounding the lake. This project is funded in part by Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program. The Orlando Community & Youth Trust and the Downtown Development Board/Community Redevelopment Agency partnered with Orange County to provide funding.
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