Areas

Area Information - Apopka/Eatonville/Zellwood

Apopka's claim to fame is its major export product. Known as the "Indoor Foliage Capital of the World," Apopka produces 60 percent of the world's commercially grown foliage. Apopka is also attracting numerous high-tech and manufacturing firms.

Apopka is within easy reach of Orlando, but far enough away to keep its out-of-the-way appeal. Nearby Kelly Park is an ideal way to experience Florida at its natural best where you can swim in the clear, refreshing water of Rock Springs.

Housing in Apopka is varied and affordable. One of the best-known communities is Erroll Estates which has its own golf course and country club and offers a variety of housing from golf villas to executive pool homes. Selections throughout Apopka include everything from comfortable mobile homes to ample acreage suitable for horses, and to upscale custom homes in country club communities. Apopka


A Few Other Communities

Eatonville is the birthplace of author Zora Neale Hurston and National Football Hall of Famer, David "Deacon" Jones. The oldest incorporated African-American municipality in the nation, Eatonville recently celebrated its centennial. Its 100-acre office and retail park is attracting new enterprises as well as strengthening its economic base.

Nestled along the banks of the Conway Chain of Lakes is the small town of Belle Isle. Its heyday in the early part of the century is still evident in its well-maintained, old-world estates.