Clermont, Orlando, FL Daycare
The Learning Center of South Park serves parents who live or work in the Clermont area of Orlando.
Here’s how to reach our daycare. From Clermont, drive toward West Ave, and turn right onto FL-50 E/W Hgwy 50. Drive straight and use the right two lanes to merge onto Florida’s Turnpike via the ramp to S Miami.
Take exit 255 for Consulate Dr and turn left onto Commerce Park Dr. Then turn right onto S John Young Pkwy, use the second from the left lane to turn left onto Destination Pkwy. Finnaly, turn right onto Futures Drive.
Because we’re so well located near many amenities and the busy business park, many parents find it a great location to drop off the children on their way to work.
Clermont, Orlando, FL
Clermont is a city in Lake County, Florida. It was incorporated into the City of Orlando with the annexation of 1875. The population of Clermont is approximately 3338 people. There are almost ten times as many females as males, and the average age is 66 years old. The annual income for most residents of Clermont is generally between $45,000 and $49,999, with a concentration in the 60-64 age range. The most significant proportion of residents are retired, disabled, or in school. The average household income for Clermont is $47,630, which is lower than the Florida average of $49,518 and the national average of $53,482. Clermont has a meager unemployment rate, with only 2.51% unemployed compared to 4.53% nationally and 7.31% in Florida. Clermont’s motto is “Where Nature Meets Nurture.” Clermont has a rich and diverse history. Clermont is home to Central Florida Regional Hospital, Orlando VA Medical Center, and Dr. P. Phillips Hospital – all of which are major employers in the area. It’s also home to Florida Hospital Waterman, a state-of-the-art facility that is the only hospital in Lake County with a helipad.
In 2012 Clermont Police Department was ranked as one of the 500 fastest growing police departments in the country by the National Association of Town Law Enforcement Officers. Clermont is a city in Florida with the most happening restaurants and grocery stores. A few of Clermont’s best restaurants are the Post Office Café, Angelo’s Italian Restaurant, and Checkered Flag Barbecue. For a nice meal, try Pan-Asian or Mediterranean cuisine at locally owned establishments.
The best places to shop in Clermont are Bella’s Market for produce and Kmart for clothes. You can also stop by a convenience store or a drugstore in town if you need to pick up your favorite snack or medicine. Pumping gas is pretty expensive here, so it’s cheaper to fill up your tank in Orlando. Clermont also has a few gas stations and convenience stores. If you want to save money on gas, try heading to nearby Groveland, Belleview, or Minneola instead. Clermont is home to some of the best festivals in Florida. You can find something fun for everyone at any time of year with Lake County’s various celebrations.
Clermont Strawberry Festival is an annual event that takes place for the first weekend in May. Attendees can enjoy activities like Strawberries Under The Stars, A Taste of the Town (an opportunity to sample different festival foods), and Disney’s Main Street Electrical Parade (which used to run on Main St., USA at the Magic Kingdom). Today the Clermont Strawberry Festival is a fun, family event that allows you to find Clermont parking nearby.
Clermont’s Oktoberfest is an annual celebration of German culture at Lake Minneola High School for two weekends – September 22nd and 23rd; October 13th and 14th; and October 20th and 21st. Clermont’s Oktoberfest is host to the Florida State Stein Race Championships, so if you have a thing for steins of beer, then this is the festival for you!
Clermont Fallfest is an annual event that takes place in November around Veterans Park. Fallfest is a great event for food, fun and fellowship. The festival features a car show, local entertainment, children’s activities and arts and crafts booths.
Clermont has an excellent location in the middle of two major highways: East/West State Road 50 and North/South U.S. Highway 27. Clermont is only 20 minutes from all the theme parks, shopping centers, and unique Orlando attractions. Clermont is located 48 miles (77 kilometers) west of Daytona Beach and just over 32 miles (51 kilometers) east of Lakeland. If you’re looking for Clermont parking near a specific attraction, this will be easy to find with the help of ParkWhiz.
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