Guide to Baldwin Park
Christened as the extension of Orlando - Baldwin Park has a population of approximately 6,200 and can trace its roots back to the mid-1990s, around this time is when the 1,100-acre Naval Center closed. The City of Orlando decided it was time to develop a walkable neighborhood containing a mixed-used town center based on the principles of New Urbanism. The first buildings of what is now known as Baldwin Park, broke ground in 2003. Although it was considered an upper income neighborhood, the community of Baldwin Park welcomes varying households, thereby creating the opportunity of living side by side with people of elevated income within a comfortable and tranquil atmosphere. As a result, Baldwin Park effortlessly achieves a goal of housing diversity.
This walkable and vibrant community is a dream for families and young professionals, offering unique amenities with many parks and major recreational facilities. Baldwin Park also serves as a central network connecting the surrounding neighborhoods, this helps foster an even stronger sense of unity within the area and encourages a welcoming social presence. The Cady Way, a 6.5-mile regional bike-ped trail, passes through the community and connects Baldwin Park to Winter Park several miles to the north. This is perfect for an evening stroll, or for some amicable cycling among friends.
In addition to the full-service town center, the community is active with holiday parades, porch sales, outdoor concerts, and events of varying natures. If you are looking to burn a calorie or two, you can experience Blue Jacket Park. Within Blue Jacket Park, there is something everyone can enjoy. You will find a track and field complex, lighted baseball fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, picnic areas with covered pavilions, two children's playgrounds, a great lawn for soccer and field games, fountain plaza and grand stairs. Look no further for a community that is tailored for your convenience and provides you a wholesome experience, than Baldwin Park!
- Baldwin Park Elementary School A+
- Baldwin Middle-Senior High School A+
- Baldwin Park
- Escape Artists Orlando
- Quack Attack 5k
- The Osprey
- Blue Jacket Park
- Provisions & Buzz
- Orlando Metro Gymnastics Baldwin Park
- Enders Park
- 10 Ring Tactical
- Harbor Park