Citrus Park is a community in Hillsborough County that takes up over 10 square miles of the landmass in the state of Florida, nearly half a square mile of which includes Florida’s emerald waters.
Living in Citrus Park
Citrus Park is home to over 9,000 households, a third of which have children under the age of 18. Almost half of Citrus Park’s residents are married couples. On average, household sizes are about 2.62 people, while the average family size is about 3.16 people.
Citrus Park, unlike some cities, has a fairly traditional education system: Kindergarteners through fifth graders go to elementary schools, sixth through eighth graders attend middle or junior high schools and ninth through twelfth graders go to high school.
Schools in the Citrus Park area include:
Citrus Park Elementary Schools
- Citrus Park Elementary School
- Walker Elementary School
Citrus Park Middle Schools
- Sargent Smith Middle School
- Alonso Middle School
Citrus Park High Schools
- Sickles High School
- Steinbrenner High School
- Alonso High School
You can also enroll your children in private schools, such as Tampa Day School, Citrus Park Christian School, and Hope Christian School.
You and your family can also enjoy tons of activities that are unique to Citrus Park and its closest cities. You can go shopping at Westfield Citrus Park where you can explore unique stores and attractions:
FIT4MOM is a fitness program that helps new moms get back in shape, socialize their newborns and make new friends themselves in Stroller Strides. Westfield also hosts fun events like art classes for kids and season-specific parties.
If you watch a movie at Regal Cinemas at Westfield Citrus Park, you can keep your ticket stubs and receive special deals and offers at the surrounding restaurants. Date night was never so easy!
Outside the walls of Citrus Park’s most popular shopping center lie Gator Fred’s Fun and Party Center. Here, you can take your children to have and make new friends during any day of the week. This center is equipped for maximum fun with inflatables and a mini town where imaginations can run as wild as gators.
For another unique day out, head over to Big Cat Rescue. There are over 80 wildcats lounging in the shade here. Before you leave, you’ll get a chance to see lions, tigers, cougars, bobcats and many other wildcats that have been rescued.
The median annual income for a household in the Citrus Park community was almost $55,000, while the median annual income for a family came out to a little over $60,000.
Citrus Park Homes for Sale
You can purchase two-, three- and four-bedroom homes in Citrus Park from $140,000 to $300,000 on average.
If you’re looking to purchase a home in the Citrus Park area, it’s best to reach out to a real estate agent who is family with it. Brittany Turner has been in the business of helping people find their Florida dream home for years. She can be reach at the phone number in the sidebar or via email any time of day at brittany(at)townchase(dotted)com.
Don’t wait to make your dreams come true. Call or email Brittany now.
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