College Park is a distinct neighborhood within the city of Orlando, Florida, deriving its name from the many streets within its bounds that were named for institutions of higher learning such as Princeton, Harvard, and Yale. Its close proximity to downtown has made it a popular residential area for over a century among seniors and young professionals. According to the 2000 census, most residents are of working age (between 18 and 49) and are homeowners. 65.5% of households include no children.
Albert Park is a small pocket park distinguished by its white gazebo and central location within the neighborhood. The park serves as a hub for several of College Park’s neighborhood events, such as an annual Easter egg hunt and political candidate forums.