About Lady Lake

Welcome to the Town of Lady Lake!

The Town of Lady Lake is a fast-growing economic business area with plenty of residential housing. Our town strives to retain its small-town charm as evidenced by such events as our Not-Too-Scary Halloween in October, Christmas Parade and Light-Up Lady Lake in December, Easter Egg Hunt and Arbor Days in April, and the year-round weekly Lady Lake Farmer’s Market. These are just a few of the many activities planned throughout the year.

Lady Lake has the second lowest property tax rate in Lake County. We also have a hardworking dedicated Police Department that is second to none who serve and protect the  residents of Lady Lake. That is why our crime rate is low. This is important for both families and retirees.

While The Villages started in our town, Lady Lake stands alone, focusing on responsible development with shopping, restaurants, and new housing that benefit our residents and neighbors alike. People here are active participants in the community and always helpful.

The Town has two sports complexes: The Guava Street Athletic Complex and The Rolling Acres Sports Complex. Our Guava Street Athletic Complex is home to the Lady Lake Little League which has tennis, basketball, and handball courts. The complex also includes a playground for young children called Pyramid Park that is adjacent to our Public Library. The complex was dedicated in 2011 to meet the needs of not only Lady Lake residents but also those in the surrounding communities. Adjacent to our Public Library is our recently expanded community building. The Rolling Acres Sports Complex offers soccer through the Soccer Association, a baseball field for various senior leagues, a driving range, and dog park.

Our town has a great school! The Villages Elementary School of Lady Lake which has an A rating.

Among Lady Lakes amenities are its parks, including Veterans Park that is home to the Lady Lake Historical Society Museum and the Log Cabin built in 1935. The Log Cabin is used by the Lady Lake Area Chamber of Commerce for its headquarters. The park also contains memorials to our military veterans. Lady Lake is home to American Legion Post #347, the largest military post in the World with over 6,000 members. Heritage Park is home to one of Lady Lake’s magnificent Like Oak Trees, beneath which is a gazebo popular for weddings and parties.

We have a thriving business community, and needless to say, Lady Lake is a great place to live, work, play, shop, raise a family, or retire.