Explore our Manufactured Home Communities in Lakeland
Named for its scenic lakes, Lakeland, Florida, is a beautiful place to enjoy life. This central Florida city offers picturesque landscapes, recreational opportunities, cultural attractions, and a historic downtown district with restaurants, pubs, shops, and art galleries. Take a stroll through the Hollis Garden, or peek inside the Polk Museum of Art at Florida Southern College. Its affordable housing, family environment, warm weather, and proximity to major Florida attractions make Lakeland a wonderful place to live and explore.
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Lake Pointe Village
Enjoy Florida lake living at a vibrant retirement community south of Lakeland and east of Tampa. Enjoy the small-town charm with superb amenities, including a fitness center, sparkling swimming pool, shuffleboard courts, and clubhouse with a game room. Discover an active 55+ lifestyle in the heart of central Florida.View Community about Lake Pointe Village
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The Hamptons Golf & Country Club
Schedule your favorite tee time at our private 18-hole golf course or fish for a fresh-caught dinner. Keep fit by playing pickleball, tennis, or bocce ball. Enjoy dances, community dinners, and other planned activities.View Community about The Hamptons Golf & Country Club
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Enjoy an active retirement lifestyle and resort-style amenities at Westside Ridge in the rolling hills of Auburndale, Florida. This gated 55+ community offers tree-lined streets and excellent amenities, including a heated swimming pool, shuffleboard courts, and a clubhouse with activities and events.View Community about Westside Ridge
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Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the best things to do in Lakeland?
Lakeland is gorgeous, surrounded by natural beauty, and is home to popular water sports. Don't miss:
- Hollis Garden
- Circle B Bar Reserve
- Frank Lloyd Wright at Florida Southern College
- Polk Museum of Art
- Dixieland Dragon
- Escapology Escape Rooms Lakeland
- SUN 'n FUN Aerospace Expo
- Dixieland Mall
- Lakeland Park Center
- What are the best places to eat in Lakeland?
Of course, Lakeland is blessed with exceptional seafood, highlighted by diverse and authentic ethnic cuisine to delight any palate. Don't miss Cafe Zuppina, Nineteen61, or the Red Top Pit Stop.
- What is Lakeland best known for?
Lakeland's Florida Southern College and the Circle B Bar Reserve are part of the largest collection of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture in the world. Detroit Tigers Spring Training happens at Publix Field at Joker Marchant Stadium.
- How is the weather in Lakeland?
Lakeland's summers are long and hot, followed by short, cool winters. Temperatures seldom drop below 36°F or climb above 94°F. Peak tourism is from mid-March to mid-May, and mid-October to early December.
- Does Lakeland have public transportation?
Yes, the Citrus Connection provides bus routes throughout Lakeland and the surrounding cities. Try the Squeeze, a public transport loop via golf carts, or consider the local bike share. Uber is also available in Lakeland.