Camelia Court Apartments for Rent
The Camelia Court homes are primarily small cottages and bungalows. This established neighborhood, located within historic Pensacola, Florida, hosts large pines that shade the lawns and sidewalks, making for pleasant walks to nearby restaurants and services. Camelia Court is bound by North 10th Avenue, with access via Rosewood Drive. This sunny Escambia County community lies in the 32503 zip code area.
Highland Terrace, the neighborhood park, features a basketball court and picnic facilities. Several other small parks are also close by. A complete recreational facility, The Roger Scott Athletic Complex, lies approximately one mile away, offering a community center, ball fields, a swimming pool, tennis center and fenced dog parks.
Fishermen will appreciate the neighborhood’s proximity to Bay View Park. There is a boat launch here, giving access to Bayou Texar and Pensacola Bay. Other nearby fishing spots include the Pensacola Bay Bridge and Pensacola Beach Pier. There are several marinas at the north end of Escambia Bay.
This is a convenient area for anyone who works at the corporate complexes near the Pensacola Regional Airport, or Sacred Heart Health System. Clustered around Pensacola State College, these major employers are only one and one-half miles from home.
Pensacola festivals keep the city lively almost year round. From Mardi Gras to the Lighted Boat Parade at Christmas, the city’s varied and frequent events appeal to all interests. There are also plenty of celebrations of food and music, including the annual seafood festival or the reggae festival. Fine arts are celebrated at the University of West Florida’s Festival on the Green.
Just as festivals celebrate the city’s culture, the many historical sites around town preserve its long and colorful past. The Historic Pensacola Village spans multliple blocks near the harbor and features 22 historically-significant buildings. One such building is the T. T. Wentworth Jr. Florida State Museum. Other historic points of interest include the four forts that lie along Pensacola Bay and the Gulf.