About Orange City
Located in Volusia county in the northern portion of the state is Orange City Florida. This small city only has about 7,100 residents. Despite it's small size, this city has quite a lot to offer to those who visit the area. Orange City is rich with history and has a few sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including Dickinson Memorial Library and Park, and the Louis P. Thursby House. Along with these historic sites, Orange City offers fun for everyone. The Blue Spring State Park is a wonderful place to enjoy the outdoors. The park has several areas to have a picnic and has barbecue areas to take advantage of. Camping is allowed as there are campsites to pitch tents, making the park great for a family weekend getaway. There are areas to swim and there are also hiking trails for people looking for a scenic walk. De Leon Spring State Recreation Area is another great outdoor area. It is situated on the eastern side of Lake Woodruff and has various restaurants in the area as well as picnic spots. This recreation area offers swimming in crystal clear waters in a swimming hole. The trees are laced with Spanish Moss to give this area a unique look.
Events in Orange City
Blue Spring CleanUp for Manatees
In collaboration with Blue Spring State Park, Volusia County and Central Florida Recon, we are adding a second CleanUp at Blue Spring State Park which will take place on September 30th at 8:30am.
National Night Out
at Dickinson Park
An event designed to strengthen neighborhood spirit, increase public safety awareness, and support police-community partnerships, National Night Out is a great opportunity to meet many of the city staff that work hard to keep Orange City safe.
Beyond Stranger Things Haunted House
This year marks our 40th Annual Haunted House!! Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights from Oct 18th through Oct 27th starting at 7:00PM. Visit our Facebook Page for specific times.