Wilton Manors is located just north of downtown Fort Lauderdale in Broward County. Approximately two square miles in area and tucked away with a small-town, environmentally-focused feel, this small city is only minutes away from the beach and downtown. Wilton Manors is rapidly becoming the new “place to be” in southern Florida. It’s certainly not a bad place to start if you’re searching for luxury real estate in Florida while also in a friendly environment and not far from all the action.
Wilton Manors is highly sustainable and urban. It is also home to the Arts and Entertainment District. The city is highly diverse and promotes a pedestrian-oriented lifestyle open to walkability and outdoor activities.
Rich with history and a community dedicated to preserving it, Weston’s residents and administration have spent years developing a strong parks and recreation program, which manages the operations of a range of parks of different sizes, types and areas. Weston has three active Community Centers with scheduled activities residents can attend, including sports lessons such as tennis and yoga, square dancing, games such as bridge, and more. The Community Centers are also known to regularly host events, rentals, meetings, and more year-round functions.
Wilton Manors is an inviting city with a community interested in preserving and renovating beautiful areas to share with everyone.
Wilton Manors is centered between the north and south forks of the Middle River, which is why it’s been coined the “Island City.” Residents take advantage of the access to the river for fun, recreation, environmental purposes, the economy, and for the purposes of education. With its five city parks on the river, Wilton Manors and its waterways are home to a beautiful variety of birds, wildlife, and aquatic life. Several parks are even home to endangered species. With the work of the residents, Wilton Manors was proclaimed the 17th city in the US to be a Certified National Wildlife Habitat.
Here is a list of some of Wilton Manors’ beautiful parks and preserves: