Though the neighborhood is named after Victoria Park which runs between Victoria Park Road and Lake Stranahan, the biggest park in the area is actually Holiday Park, which many people think is Victoria Park! Some of the historic names associated with Victoria Park and known to all South Floridians are Henry Flagler and Mary Brickell, the latter of who successfully fought Flagler and stopped his Florida East Coast Railway from running through the area. Victoria Park has a vibrant Civic Association, as well, which is always undertaking important projects and welcoming volunteers. Nearly 30% of Fort Lauderdale’s historic homes are in the Victoria Park neighborhood, and the Civic Association publishes an architectural walking tour map of the area.
Things to do in Victoria ParkWith almost 94 acres, Holiday Park provides visitors with a wide assortment of recreational facilities including a gym, a jogging trail, a roller hockey rink, lighted athletic fields, a picnic area and a playground, among many other facilities. Victoria Park along Victoria Park Road is a peaceful waterside space perfect for lying in the shade and reading, or just meditating as the resident duck families waddle by. Looking for more excitement? If so, the fine restaurants, bars, and nightlife of East Las Olas are just a short way away.
If you're thinking of buying or selling in Victoria Park, or anywhere in Broward, Miami-Dade or Palm Beach Counties, give Steve a call at 954.999.9000 or email him to schedule an appointment.
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