Homegrown and locally owned.

The Audubon Park Garden District is an award winning shopping and dining ecodistrict in Orlando, Florida. Situated between Leu Gardens and Blue Jacket Park, APGD is just minutes from Winter Park, downtown Orlando, Lake Nona and more. Corrine Drive offers an authentic and unique sense of place, along with amazing shopping, and is Orlando’s premier culinary destination.

Farmers market at night.

Audubon Park Community Market, Monday nights at Stardust Video and Coffee. Photo by Tipso Photography.

Award winning.

In addition to some of the best shopping and dining in the U.S., the Audubon Park Garden District is home to a variety of events and activities. These include the upcoming 10th Annual Bastille Day, as well as Kidsfest, Eat Local Month, The APGD Garden Tour, The Retro Modern Home Tour, Zombietoberfest, Small Business Saturday, and our Sip and Strolls. We also collaborate on Vintage Valentine, the Holiday Lights Bike Tour and the International Record Store, among other events.. Further details on our event programming can be found under Events.

Baguette fencing.

Baguette fencing returns for our 10th Annual Bastille Day Celebration. Photo by Steven Miller Photography.


The Audubon Park Garden District is also working to become Central Florida’s first EcoDistrict. This sustainability initiative is currently focused on Habitat and Ecosystem Function, Transportation, Materials Management, Community Identity, and Equitable Development. You can read more about our EcoDistrict programming here.

pentas in front of blue bird bake shop

As Orlando’s first ecodistrict, the Audubon Park Garden District has planted over 500 native plants in the area. Photo by Jennifer Marvel.

Mission Driven.

Our goal is to build an economically, environmentally and culturally sustainable community to make a healthier, wealthier and happier Orlando, Florida.

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Note: Many of our beautiful photographs have been taken by the Garden District’s official photographer, Steven Miller. His portfolio can be seen here. All the images belong to him and we use them with his permission. They are available for sale should anyone wish to use them. Steven can be reached at 407.504.7314.