Introduction to Lady Lake, Florida
Lady Lake, Florida, in Lake county, is 39 miles W of Deltona, Florida (center to center) and 74 miles NE of Tampa, Florida. The town is part of the Orlando metropolitan statistical area (MSA).
Lady Lake History
The original inhabitants of Lady Lake are Seminole Indians and during 1883 that the settlement began to flourish in its present state. The town of Lady Lake was named after a woman who drowned in one of the lakes. The town experienced a devastating tornado on February 2, 2007 that killed around 20 people.
Lady Lake and Nearby Attractions
- Leesburg Arts Festival.
- Chain of Lakes.
- Uncle Donalds Farm.
- Lake Griffin.
- Lady Lake Historical Society Museum.
Things To Do In Lady Lake
The town of Lady Lake is also known as the Home of Lakes and Sunshine. It offers a number of outdoor and indoor activities such as bowling alleys, golf courts, a softball complex, polo clubs and boating on the several beautiful lakes. In addition, there are also antique shops, restaurants and shopping areas. You can also visit the Ocala National Forest.
Lady Lake Transportation
The city is served by the Orlando Sanford International Airport.
Lady Lake Higher Education
The city is served by the Central Florida Community College.