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Annual Manual 2013

Orlando Sports & Recreation

Spectator sports, biking and hiking, canoeing and kayaking, yoga and more

Photo: Fernando Medina, License: N/A

Fernando Medina

Orlando Magic

Spectator Sports

Sporting events for those who just like to watch

Orlando’s seen a noteworthy spark in its burgeoning sports scene, with the addition of new teams like Orlando City Soccer and the return of the Orlando Solar Bears hockey team. Here’s a list of teams that call the Orlando area home (at least part of the year – we’re looking at you, Atlanta Braves). Find your favorite sport, then go root, root, root for the home team.

Orlando Magic
National Basketball Association
Playing October-April
Amway Center
400 W. Church St.
Tickets: starting at $10

Orlando Predators
Arena Football League
Playing March-July
Amway Center
400 W. Church St.
Tickets: $15-$190

Orlando Solar Bears
East Coast Hockey League
Playing October-March
Amway Center
400 W. Church St.
Tickets: $15-$60

Orlando City Soccer Club
United Soccer Leagues
Playing April-August
Florida Citrus Bowl
1610 W. Church St.
Tickets: starting at $15

Atlanta Braves
Major League Baseball Spring Training
Playing February-March
ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex
700 S. Victory Way, Kissimmee
Tickets: $10-$575

Florida League
Collegiate Wood Bat Baseball League
Six teams in Central Florida
Playing June-August
Various fields
Tickets: free-$175

UCF Knights
NCAA College Football
Playing August-December
Bright House Networks Stadium
University of Central Florida
Tickets: season tickets starting at $99

Biking and hiking

Cady Way Trail
Entrance is 1/4 mile north of State Road 50 on Herndon Avenue
This 6.5-mile paved path, popular with bicyclists and stroller-pushing moms alike, connects Orlando and Winter Park and the Cross Seminole Trail in Seminole County. The trail features water fountains, rest stops and mile markers, as well as a cool 685-foot-long suspension bridge that crosses Semoran Boulevard.

Econ Trail
Dean Road, just north of State Road 50
This ever-expanding trail in East Orlando begins at Jay Blanchard Park and extends all the way to Alafaya Trail. It runs alongside the Little Econlockhatchee River, which offers pretty views and plenty of good spots to fish, canoe or just sit in the grass and enjoy a riverside picnic.

Annual Manual
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