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Apopka is located in the Northwest corner of Orange County and the Southwest side of Seminole County. A few neighborhoods in Apopka are located in Seminole County and attend Seminole County Schools, but the majority of the area is in Orange County.

Key Features

  • Outdoor Sporting Options Abound
    Apopka is home to a number of nature parks, including the 7,000-acre Wekiwa Springs State Park. Visitors enjoy camping, canoeing, hiking, bicycling, horseback riding, fishing, snorkeling, and so much more.

  • Education
    The city's population has doubled since 2000, but schools have kept pace and offer excellent opportunities for children. Higher education is also important, and the number of college graduates outranks Florida's average.

Top Area Picks

  • Dining
    Apopka offers an excellent selection of local favorites. Enjoy prime rib at The Back Room Steakhouse, the freshest catch at Catfish Place, casual Italian at Caffe Positano, delicious BBQ at Porkie's Original BBQ, or sushi at Hatsuhana Japanese Restaurant.

  • Shopping
    In an area so well known for nature parks, it's no surprise that some of the most popular shops cater to the outdoors. Shops such as Mosquito Creek Outdoors and Spin City Cycles will have what you need to enjoy all the area has to offer.

  • Area Attractions
    The area features historical sites and museums to explore, plus the annual Old Florida Outdoor Festival, a weekend long event held each February. The festival offers shooting sports, fishing, hunting, kid's activities, backyard cook-offs, and more.

Relocate to Apopka

Apopka, once a rural farming community was at the center of the housing boom during 2004 and 2005 with dozens of new home communities spurring growth for new schools and business development. From mini horse farms to the newest golf communities, Apopka has a wide variety of housing options available. Though the once open spaces are giving way to more and more housing developments, the ability to purchase acreage and "get away from it all" still exists. And ranked as one of "America's Friendliest Towns" in 2012 by Forbes, living here means neighbors still get together for charity golf tournaments, fundraisers, and Super Bowl parties.

Want to learn more about Apopka? You can use our Apopka MLS search features to browse Apopka homes for sale, and learn more about the Orlando-Kissimmee Metropolitan Area by requesting our Apopka Relocation Guide. More Questions? Would you like to see a home first hand? Simply contact me, Debbie Summers, your expert Apopka real estate agent.


$200,000 - $500,000
Sq Ft: 2,100 - 5,000