Did you know the city of Orlando has more than 100 parks?

The city of Orlando will host a virtual lunch and learn to teach locals about all the city parks and the amenities they have to offer.

The lunch and learn will be hosted virtually on June 30, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. through Zoom. Attendees must register to use the Zoom link. The event will feature park officials providing details about the free and low cost programs offered by the City of Orlando’s Families Parks and Recreation Division.

The City of Orlando has more than 100 parks across the area. Parks feature a bevy of activities, including the ability to rent an overnight cabin, play on a splash pad, or ride a mountain bike on a trail, to name a few.

For more information, visit the Orlando Parks webpage.

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