The City limits were measured one mile in all directions from the Masonic Lodge. Following its traditional values, the “Lodge” is still in its original location on Main Street (US 441) and is the oldest lodge room in continuous use in the State of Florida.
Want a yard that you can actually do a few cartwheels and not hit the neighbors? These quaint homes typically have large yards and plenty of space between houses. Plenty of recreational activities, parks and dog parks keep residents active and outdoors.
In case you were wondering about its foliage nickname…In 1912 ferns became the industry for Apopka and soon Apopka developed the name of “Fern City”. More tropical plants were introduced to the growers in the area. This influx of foliage took over the fern industry and the City became known as “The Indoor Foliage Capital of the World”.