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Cranes Roost Park, Altamonte Springs

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4.6/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
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  • Walking around on the day of our wedding looking at pretty things. Kisses and huggs. Sitting and talking. 
  • Crane's Roost Park is quickly becoming the epicenter of Altamonte Springs. On weekends, and some weekdays, you can find ART FESTIVALS, CHARITY RACES, and a variety of other EVENTS & CELEBRATIONS. The ...  read more »
  • Excellent place for walking. Added plus, seeing all the wildlife. Have been walking here for 5 years 
  • A really wonderful park to hang out or go for a walk. There is a beautiful bridge that takes you across the lake. Plenty of seating areas all around the lake. A stage area with more seating. Large bathroom. Beautiful fountain area. Really close to several shops and restaurants. A really great place.
  • In 1998, I was in the area on a business trip. My boyfriend at the time, came along for evening pleasure. Little did I know he came along prepared to propose to me and did so at this place. We were married in 1999. I love this man. This place holds a special place in my heart and always will.
  • Great place to walk and do some exercise or go with your family and have some fun or just hang out with good friends or if you want some alone time and being a place peaceful that can distract your mind it's a great place to go beautiful clean and there's security. You could go during the day or night!
  • I would give it 5 stars, however I think the park employees are being a bit ridiculous with the Pok√©mon Go players up there. I have read articles of employees complaining they are "too old for this" when referring to walking around the lake telling patrons that the park is closed. I am sorry but that is absurd. I also read where an employee was complaining about patrons stepping on the grass. Seriously?! It is grass! Our tax dollars just paid for all of those beautiful renovations. Paid for the grass. Our tax dollars pay for the electricity up there and for everything that goes into that park including the lazy employees who are too old to walk around the lake. This is crazy! Make people leave at closing, if anyone is vandalizing anything, have charges pressed and if anyone litters, ticket them. And be done. There are always going to be bad apples. Why must I'm 2016 everyone still be held accountable for the negative actions and choices of a few?!
  • This is a great outdoor space. Theory I took my kids to go Pokemon-hunting, I noticed that about 80% or so of the people in the park had their faces in their phones. I think it is neat that Pokemon Go has gotten some kids out to exercise, but I'd love to see more kids interacting with the environment. Many people walk right by the dozens of turtles in the lake and don't even notice. I'll be back often to get exercise and likely will bring the kids on occasion to Pokemon hunt again.
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