Renaissance

Directions to the Renaissance Senior Recreation Complex

On the east side of Orlando, the Seniors Now Computer Learning Center classroom is at:

Renaissance Senior Center
South Econ Community Park
3800 South Econlockhatchee Trail
Orlando, FL 32829

The Renaissance Senior Center is on the east side of Orlando south of Colonial Drive and the East-West Expressway (Rte 408). The quickest way to get there from a distance is to use the expressway system. Here is a map of the area:

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Driving Directions:

From Interstate 4 and points west: East on the East-West Expressway (Rte 408). Right on the Greeneway (Rte 417) southbound. Take the Curry Ford Road exit (exit #30). Right on Curry Ford Road. Left at the next light onto South Econlockhatchee Trail. Look for the entrance to the park about one mile on your right.

From Winter Springs and points north: South on the Greeneway (Rte 417 southbound. Take the Curry Ford Road exit (exit #30). Right onto Curry Ford Road. Left at the next light onto South Econlockhatchee Trail. Look for the entrance to the park about one mile on your right.

From the Beachline and points south: North on the Greeneway (Rte 417). Take the Curry Ford Road exit (exit #30). Left onto Curry Ford Road. Left at the next light onto South Econlockhatchee Trail. Look for the entrance to the park about one mile on your right.

You can also get to the Renaissance Senior Center without tolls:

 From downtown Orlando: East on Colonial Drive (Rte 50). Right (south) on Semoran Boulevard (Rte 436) or Goldenrod Road (Rte 551). Left (east) on Curry Ford Road (Rte 552). Right (south) onto South Econlockhatchee Trail. Look for the entrance to the park about one mile on your right.

It is about 10 miles from downtown Orlando to the senior center.

If you have questions about getting from your house to the senior center, call the main desk at the Renaissance Senior Center at 407-254-9070.

We are a group of dedicated volunteers interested in passing on our computer skills to others.