The Dog Park is located just north of the beginning of the Teco Trail mentioned below. The dog park is fenced in and almost 200 yards north to south. This is a very nice dog park and pickup supplies are available there. See Photos
The Auburndale Trail starts at the intersection of Denton Avenue and Jones Road in west Auburndale. This trail provides miles of rollerblading, strolling, biking or jogging mostly shaded. See Photos
This home was built in 1894 and is decorated for that time period. It is beside the Downtown City Park and you can call and request a tour, or try to catch a scheduled one. It was owned by one of the city's founders. Call 863-965-5545 to schedule a tour.
Bridgers offers baseball and basketball with seating and facilities. This too is a very nice facility and worth a visit. You can call for more information or to possibly reserve it for an tournament. 863-967-8776
Century Blvd Park is on the west side of Lake Aiana and the less famous Lake Hart. Lake Hart is more like a large pond. However this park is very nice. There is a playground and swing set but no restrooms. You may have to look close to find it because of all of the shade trees. See Photos
The Downtown City Park in Auburndale is located between S Main Street and West Park Street. There is a very nice playground here as well as the downtown area. On the southern end is where many town events are held. See Photos.
Elite Cable Park is just east of the Dog Park and the Auburndale Teco Trail Parks. It is a large facility that allows you to ski being pulled by a cable system and not by boat. it is pretty awesome and should be checked out.
Lake Ariana Park is a large lakefront park. It was formerly known as Auburndale Municipal Beach. This is a must see park, drinking fountains and restrooms are provided. See Photos
This is the best park in the area. Especially if you like soccer or baseball. You will likely be surprised by its' size and the amount of people who take advantage of it. There is also lots of parking available. See Photos