Dickson Azalea Park

  • 100 Rosearden Drive Orlando, FL 32803

Dickson Azalea Park has a lot of history in the Orlando area – it gets its current name from the azaleas that were planted in the area, and from Col. H. H. Dickson, an Orlando business pioneer and civil leader, who was instrumental in planting azaleas across the city. One of the major highlights of the park is the Washington Street Bridge, a South Florida-style structure that was built in 1926.

Dickson Azalea Park offers an oasis for those who want to enjoy its shady trees, picturesque landscape, beautiful birds and flowing water. Frequently a location for those who want a quiet lunch, a relaxing view or an intimate outdoor wedding, this park is truly one of Orlando’s gems.

Images shown are for illustration purposes only and do not show the actual location.

Dickson Azalea Park has a lot of history in the Orlando area – it gets its current name from the azaleas that were planted in the area, and from Col. H. H. Dickson, an Orlando business pioneer and civil leader, who was instrumental in planting azaleas across the city. One of the major highlights of the park is the Washington Street Bridge, a South Florida-style structure that was built in 1926.

Dickson Azalea Park offers an oasis for those who want to enjoy its shady trees, picturesque landscape, beautiful birds and flowing water. Frequently a location for those who want a quiet lunch, a relaxing view or an intimate outdoor wedding, this park is truly one of Orlando’s gems.

Images shown are for illustration purposes only and do not show the actual location.