Florida Blue Florida Classic at Camping World Stadium in Orlando’s West Lakes Market Street District (Courtesy Florida Citrus Sports)

Orlando’s West Lakes Market Street District

Minutes west of downtown Orlando, West Lakes Market Street District is one of the newest members of the Orlando Main Streets program. With Camping World stadium and historic Lake Lorna Doone Park at its core, this district brings world-class sports, festivals and concerts to the Orlando area, plus boutique shopping, making it a must-visit the next time you’re in town.

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    Florida Blue Florida Classic at Camping World Stadium in Orlando’s West Lakes Market Street District (Courtesy Florida Citrus Sports)

    Since its debut in 1936, Camping World Stadium has hosted countless professional, collegiate and high school football games, plus soccer matches, concerts, festivals and so much more. Today, following a $207.7 million reconstruction with more improvements in the works, this legendary venue hosts numerous NCAA football games, including September’s Camping World Kickoff, November’s Florida Blue Florida Classic, December’s Pop-Tarts Bowl® and January’s Cheez-It® Citrus Bowl, plus major concert tours and special events like Monster Jam™. And starting in 2024, the NFL Pro Bowl returns to the stadium.

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    Right next door to Camping World Stadium is historic Tinker Field. Previously home to a baseball stadium that hosted a 1964 speech by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., this open-air space attracts high-profile events like November’s world-famous Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) Orlando, plus a range of community happenings.

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    Also adjacent to the stadium is Lake Lorna Doone Park, which has undergone a more than $8 million renovation thanks to a partnership between the City of Orlando, Florida Citrus Sports and the National Football League. Known as the Jewel of the West Side, the 12-acre park has a playground, splash pad, fitness stations, gardens and other amenities.

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    Beyond sports and entertainment, West Lakes Market Street District is a focal point for business and community growth with a history of diversity, leadership and family businesses across a range of industries. While looking to the future through revitalization and evolution, the district continues to celebrate the historic value of its community while creating new, rich opportunities for visitors and locals alike. See for yourself during your next visit.

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