Introduction to Wilton Manors, Florida
Wilton Manors, Florida, in Broward county, is 2 miles N of Fort Lauderdale, Florida (center to center) and 26 miles N of Miami, Florida. The people of the city are in the Fort Lauderdale metropolitan area. Wilton Manors has a population of 12,697.
Wilton Manors History
Wilton Manors was originally inhabited by Seminole Indians. It was incorporated in 1947.The city stands out as an excellent example of far sighted planning. Its original developers designed it with the vision of a desirable future in mind, which has contributed significantly to the rapid development of this beautiful city.
Wilton Manors and nearby Attractions
- Colohatchee Park
- Wilton Drive
- Hagen Park
Things To Do In Wilton Manors
Wilton Manors has eleven parks located along the river front. These parks give fulsome opportunities to people for enjoying a variety of activities, like picnicking and different kinds of sports. The Colohatchee Park is a nature preserve which helps visitors get an idea about how the riverfront looked hundreds of years back. The civic department of the city organizes various community activities for all age groups.
Wilton Manors Transportation
The city is convieniently located near the the Ft Lauderdale/Hollywood International Arpt.
Wilton Manors Higher Education
Keiser College is based on nearby Fort Lauderdale.