Lake Eola is a 1.1 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Orlando, Florida that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking, trail running, birding, and road biking and is best used from January until January.
This is a pleasant, mile-long path circling Lake Eola in downtown Orlando. There are plenty of visually pleasing sites, from Orlando's skyline to the iconic Linton E. Allen (a.k.a. Centennial) fountain located in Lake Eola's center. Few restaurants and bars occupy the path's edge for those who just want to kick back and relax. Many events take place, including a farmer's market on Sundays and concerts at the Walt Disney amphitheater. Just be wary of looking for parking around the area and the population density, as it's considered to be the "Central Park of Orlando".
I love lake Eola; it's a great place to walk around on the weekends. They have markets till 4 pm and different vendors and activities. If you are a early bird think this would be a great walk to stretch your legs out and start your day.
Excelent place to release the stress of a working day.
I have always known this sidewalk walk as "Lake Eola". This is about as uptown a "trail" can be. you are surrounded by downtown orlando but the lake with it's iconic fountain is beautiful. just watch out for the homeless that can sometimes plague this place.
Less than a mile around lake. Very beautiful area sights to see around the lake. Has a restaurant and lots of people around. To start here and run through downtown is fun.