Beautiful city park and Downtown Orlando centerpiece. The park and pond were established in 1888 and officially declared a park in 1892.
Check out the Sunday Market! Lots of yummy foods and trinkets for sale by local artists and entrepreneurs.
The fountain is back up and running. Looks great at night!
Since 1883, the Lake Eola Park area has been home to a zoo, a horse race track, tennis courts, a pier with a dance area, and the broadcast site of a local radio station.
A jog around the outter most sidewalk here is exactly 1 mile.
Watch out for ducks.
Rent a swan boat and go for a paddle. Follow it up with lunch at the Relax Grill. Great way to spend an afternoon!
Great place to run.
I love calling this lake ebola
Find a squirrel, climbing a Palm Tree. Funny if you're from the someplace with squirrels and without palm trees.
Watch the new fountain light show at 8pm and 930pm every night
Watch out for the crazy white girls trying to take pictures of the homeless people...
Watch out for the dog poo on the sidewalk and the crazy swans!
The International Plaza and Bridge area of Lake Eola Park features a unique mixture of four sculpture busts of world leaders Mahatma Gandhi, Don Miguel Hidalgo Costilla, Simon Bolivar and Jose Marti.
Great place to walk your dog.
Find Popeye the Black Swan. Feed him your stale bread and he will provide you with the best entertainment @ Lake Eola!
Great place to go when you want to get outside. Take a walk, have a picnic and stretch you legs.
Wear bug spray around dusk in the summer. The gnats swarm and get quite bitey.
Great place to enjoy a warm day and relax compared to a beach trip. Fantastic food @ Spice cafe as well.
Run in the Turkey Trot 5K on Thanksgiving.
Watch out for swan poop
The fountain works fine kiddos...
Picnic Picnic Picnic
There are lots of restaurants nearby! This is a great spot to take a walk after a nice meal!
Looking for fresh culinary ideas as well as fresh produce? You’ll find plenty of both at Sunday’s Downtown Farmers’ Market. It’s been a favourite with top chefs since 1987, so get there early.
No bikes, skateboards, feeding swans bread and such. Citizens arrest in full effect.
Don't keep your mouth open when swimming here. The lake is full of swan turds.
Oh yea its 55 west.
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Don't chase or feed the animals.
Take kids to feed the ducks.
Watch out for the baby gators!!
Watch your step! There is a large population of waterfowl. Lots of poop on sidewalk.
Visit the swans :)
Bring 25 cents to feed the ducks. But be careful because they bite!
One of our favorite places to go any time of year in Orlando. Whether you're a tourist or not, Lake Eola is worth a visit.
The swans love bread. They will even eat it right out of your hand!
Supposedly the origin of the name of Orlando, Florida, Orlando Reeves was an American soldier who was killed during the Seminole War, when he was about to fire a warning shot to his fellow soldiers.
Get your exercise on! 1 lap around the lake is .85 miles. Such a beautiful park!!!
Bring bread to feed the swans, geese, turtles, great blue herons, pigeons, and squirrels!!!
Nice place for an easy stroll around the lake or a quick run if u prefer.
Watch out for the ibis'. They will try to steal your delicious Publix sub.
Located in downtown Orlando this park is a lovely destination for an afternoon walk. The sidewalk runs along the perimeter of the lake side. Unique sculptures were added in 2013 for viewing.
Gay Pride 2013
Lake Eola Park is always good for a stroll, run, or just a break from beautiful downtown Orlando. Be sure to check out the farmers market on the weekend.
Take quarters for the bird feed machine! The birds will thank you! Especially the swans because there are signs posted saying that the swans shouldn't have bread!