Updated on May 12, 2020 - At this time in Orlando North/Seminole County, all pavilion and field rentals, including tournaments, are canceled until further notice. During the COVID-19 crisis, the County Sports Tourism department is following all guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control, the federal government, the state of Florida and Seminole County. Our foremost priority is the safety of the athletes, teams, and families that our destination hosts for sports tournaments, clinics, practices, and other events. Additionally, we are prioritizing the health and well-being of our staff and all citizens of Seminole County.
As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, check this site for updates, or contact us directly at: playorlandonorth.com/contact.
Here are further details, issued by the Seminole County Office of Emergency Management. Click here for the agency’s full advisory.
Seminole County Parks, Wilderness Areas & Leisure Facilities
All County leagues and programs are cancelled until further notice.
All pavilion and field rentals, including tournaments, are canceled until further notice, refunds will be issued as necessary.
Campground rentals are closed until further notice.
All County parks will open and close consistent with each facility’s published hours of operation and will be available for individual use.
All County playgrounds and basketball courts are temporarily closed.
City by City
City of Altamonte Springs
- The City is canceling ALL events and programs until May 21.
- All City parks are open with limited access from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
City of Casselberry
All City events and recreation programs are suspended until further notice.
All City playgrounds, athletic fields, basketball courts and the Lake Concord splash pad are closed until further notice; other outdoor areas within the parks will remain open and participants should follow Social Distancing guidelines.
City of Lake Mary
- All events and programs including Senior Center, Sports Complex, and rentals are cancelled through the end of April.
- All playgrounds, basketball courts, skate park, tennis center and splash pad are closed until further notice.
- City parks remain open for individual use; however all on-site facilities are closed and the City is restricting large gatherings.
City of Oviedo
- City events will remain suspended through May 9, 2020.
- Parks and outdoor spaces such as Center Lake Park, Friendship Park, Long Lake Park, Round Lake Park, Sweetwater Park, Riverwoods Park, and Boston Hill Park will remain open during modified operating hours (approximately 7:00a.m – 7:00p.m.) with some exceptions for cleaning, maintenance, and repair.
- Public access is closed for all playground equipment.
City of Longwood
- All events and programs are suspended until further notice.
- Parks will remain open for individual general use.
City of Sanford
- All special events scheduled through May 31 have been canceled.
- The City of Sanford Parks and Recreations Department is temporarily closing all playgrounds, basketball courts, tennis courts, pickleball courts, racquetball courts and restrooms until further notice.
- Parks remain open for general use, but staff is taking extra disinfection actions.
- Text COVID19INFO to 888-777 to opt-in for alerts from Seminole County Emergency Management related to COVID-19.
- Locally, you can reach Seminole County's Citizens Information Line at 407-665-0000, which is staffed with Seminole County Office of Emergency Management and Florida Department of Health-Seminole personnel, available daily, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
- The Florida Department of Health is available 24/7 at 1-866-779-6121 or by emailing COVIDemail@example.com.
- Visit Nextdoor.com, Facebook.com/SeminoleCounty, Twitter.com/seminolecounty, YouTube.com and Instagram (SeminoleCountyFL) to stay connected to Seminole County on social media.
- Use trusted sources such as Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, World Health Organization, and Florida Department of Health for COVID-19 facts.