City of Apopka, Florida

The name “Apopka” is actually a Seminole word for “potato eating place.” Known as “The Indoor Foliage Capital of the World,” this city was the birthplace of the chief Coacoochee (known in English as "Wild Cat"). There are five buildings in Apopka on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places through the Apopka Historical Society.

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While this is a smaller dog park, it still features a pet shower, bench, and even a pet memorial bridge. All for man's best friend!

El Potro offers a wide variety of flavorful homemade dishes and is one of Orlando's authentic Mexican restaurants. El Potro owns three locations in Central Florida: Winter Park, Orlando, and Apopka.

Hutchinson Farm Winery was a dream for its founders for years. They want to share with consumers wine from their local farm and the experience they had over the years in the business. 

The Apopka Chief is a subscription-based publication delivered on Fridays, featuring up-to-date editorial content with opinion, lifestyle, and sports pages, as well as classified and legal sections. Independently-owned and family-operated.