LIVING IN NORTH PORT

Depending on where you're coming from, living in North Port will be either everything you hoped, or it will take a bit getting used to. If you're coming from a large city with a lot of hustle & bussle at all hours, North Port is going to sound and feel like everything has slowed down. In reality, it hasn't. It's just a lot quieter. Give it a week and you'll get used to the peace.

If you're coming from anywhere other than a big city, you'll feel right at home pretty quickly. The one thing that you'll find is that almost everyone comes from somewhere else.

NORTH PORT OUTDOORS

North Port give you plenty of options for living healthy. We have miles and miles of paths and trails for mountain biking, walking, jogging, hiking, horseback riding & more.

Several of our many North Port Parks are connected by the 85 miles of freshwater canals running through our neighborhoods. The city is planning to connect most of the canals giving North Port kayak & canoeing athletes endless waterways to enjoy.

Nearby beaches are within a comfortable drive but without the high insurance costs that you would have to pay if you lived at the beach. Here's the list of beaches near North Port: BEACHES

NORTH PORT IS BIG ON SPORTS

Here's a starting point list to find your interests (Schools also have teams for every sport):
North Port Area Little League
HUSKIES FOOTBALL 6u (Flag) THROUGH 14u (Tackle) AND HUSKIES CHEER
Narramore Sports Complex - not linked
North Port Youth Soccer
George Mullen Center (click Park Info Icon)
Morgan Center (click Park Info Icon)
Miss North Port - Fast Pitch Softball

The Atlanta Braves Spring Training Facility opened in North Port. The stadium has a capacity of 6,500 fixed seats & 1,500 berm seating. Located in the West Villages of North Port.

The sport complex includes: A Team Clubhouse, 6 or more practice baseball fields, 6 multi-use fields, training facilities, and the team's sports medicine academy. The complex will be a big boom for growth in that area.

Everything you can want is either here or near North Port. Every major retailer, restaurant & anything else is here, or moving here.

EDUCATION
WE'VE GOT THAT COVERED

Due to growth in North Port, Suncoast Technical College built a campus by exit 179 off of i75. Major growth with no sign of slowing down!

GENERAL INFO

  • WHAT'S THE AVERAGE AGE OF THE PEOPLE IN NORTH PORT?
    According to data, North Port has a wide range of age groups with the average age being 40, making it the youngest city in the surrounding South West Florida area.

  • HOW MANY PEOPLE LIVE IN NORTH PORT?
    Population as of the end of 2019 is approximately 74,000 and booming! That's up from 57,000 a few years ago.

  • WHAT TYPES OF NEIGHBORHOODS CAN I CHOOSE FROM?
    Neighborhoods range from Equestrian with Acres of Land to Gated Deed Restricted and un-Gated non-deed restricted communities. Some North Port Neighborhoods have more lots than houses (that's going to change), and some are fully developed. Some neighborhoods have houses that sit on 10,000 Sq. Ft. lots, while in other areas, 3 -to- 5 acres are common. There are properties with 10+ acres. If you're into Kayaking, you're going to love it here. There are 85 Miles of freshwater Canals that run throughout North Port.

  • HOW LARGE IS NORTH PORT?
    North Port is Huge! 104.1 Square Miles to be exact, made up of many communities, parks & forest land. Some areas are fully developed and some aren't. There's a lot of room for continued growth stretching way into the future.

North Port has 5 Districts:

North Port Florida District Map