Welcome to Victoria Park

Established in the 1930s, Victoria park has maintained much of that original charm. With a scattering of modern and traditional Florida-style homes, the diversity adds to the unique atmosphere. Those that love the outdoors will feel right at home in Holiday Park with it’s jogging trails, tennis courts, and playing fields. Victoria Park also draws water sports enthusiasts with plenty of locations for kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding. The area truly stands out from other neighborhoods in Fort Lauderdale with its diverse architecture and quaint appeal.

Key Details


holiday park, jogging trails, tennis, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, pickleball, coffee shops, dining


Commute Times
Palm Beach 50m by car
Miami Beach 38m by car
Central Beach 6m by car
East to West US 1 to the Intracoastal
North to South East Sunrise Boulevard to East Broward Boulevard
Nearby Neighborhoods Colee Hammock, Las Olas, Central Beach, Lake Ridge

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Around the block:
A unique neighborhood of single family homes located in the center of all of Fort Lauderdale’s attractions

Victoria Park is located within a couple of miles of the shops and restaurants of Las Olas, the downtown business district, and Central Beach. Within the neighborhood lies Holiday Park, Fort Lauderdale’s largest and most popular park. Victoria Park is located minutes from I-95, which spans the length of Florida’s east coast.

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What to expect:
Outdoor enthusiasts, families, beachgoers, and dog lovers

As a family friendly neighborhood environment that remains quaint and quiet, Victoria Park is unique because of its location in the middle of busy Fort Lauderdale. On any given day you will find people walking their dogs, exercising, or taking their family to the park.

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The lifestyle:
Family activities, a booming bar and restaurant scene, and frequent visits to the beach

With access to the best parks, beaches, and boating Fort Lauderdale has to offer, residents of Victoria Park spend their time in the sunshine. Holiday Park is the hot-spot with fields for every sport, pickleball, roller hockey, tennis courts, and a large dog park. Some of the best “local hotspot” restaurants reside in the Victoria Park area with various cuisine options. The up and coming Flagler Village offers a more bustling late night lifestyle, putting Victoria Park in walking distance to many popular breweries, bars, and coffee shops.

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The market:
Homes of every kind - from townhomes and condos to luxurious single family homes - making it a very unique neighborhood

Victoria Park appeals to buyers and renters at all price points. On one street you will find multi-million dollar waterfront mansions, the next will present you with newly constructed modern townhomes, and a third will bring you upon charming Florida style homes from the 1930’s. There is no shortage of demand for the homes in the centrally located neighborhood.

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You'll fall in love with:
Victoria Park needs to be seen to understand how truly original this neighborhood is. It maintains its appeal in the center of one of the fastest growing areas of South Florida.

The unique homes, tropical landscape, and laid-back lifestyle

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