Accessible Facilities


Helpful Tips for Accessibility in Lakeland

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    Downtown Parking

    Downtown Area
    Lakeland, FL 33803

     


    If your vehicle has a disabled parking permit in the window or on the license plate, you may park in a “Disabled” space for any length of time, with no charge.  If your vehicle with disabled parking permit is parked in a timed “general” space, you may park for free, for up to double the posted time.  We also have an online map that will show accessible spaces.

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  • A picture of Hollis Garden

    Hollis Garden

    702 E Orange Street
    Lakeland, FL 33801
    863.834.2280 


     Hollis Garden is a 1.2-acre botanical garden that is accessible to all who wish to take in its beauty, and admission is free. The garden has over 10,000 different species of plants and flowers and gorgeous views of Lake Mirror. The garden is named after the Hollis family that donated the land.

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  • A picture of Lake Morton

    Lake Morton

    Lake Morton Drive
    Lakeland, FL 33803


    Lake Morton is the premier lake to watch our City swans and their families.  We have added two accessible viewing areas that are available to individuals with wheelchairs and walkers.  The concrete pads, walkways and tables are currently available.  These areas are on Lake Morton Drive at East Walnut Street and on Lake Morton drive at Kentucky Avenue.

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For more information about things to do in Lakeland, visit Parks and Recreation.