Lake Placid House Rental Photos and Description
3 Bedrooms + Bedroom 4, 2 Baths (Sleeps 6)
Just one short hour from Legoland and just two quick hours to Orlando and all its' world class attractions. Come stay and play in what Reader's Digest calls 'America's Most Interesting Town'! One fixed bridge to gorgeous Lake June in Winter (3500 acres). Bring your boat and launch it across the street. This lovely home includes a boat dock, electric lift, and a fish cleaning table all available for your use! Fish till you drop! Ski, tube, wake board or hang out at the sand bar all day long! Take your boat out on a sunset cruise and enjoy a private showing of the best sunsets in the world! This Beautiful home is just across the street from the private lake front community park with swing sets, slides, BBQ grills, sand box, covered tables, boat launch and dock, etc. If you don't have a boat there is also a public beach on Lake June just five minutes from the house where kids of all ages can play in the most amazing fresh water lake with a white sand beach. This home is just the place for a great family vacation.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- Long-term Renters Welcome
We bought this home in December of 2012. We are looking forward to enjoy it with our 3 kids, do lots of water sports and fishing.
Lake Placid Florida has so much to offer; it's no wonder more and more people are calling it home! Just ask Reader's Digest who voted Lake Placid Florida America's Most Interesting Town!!
Known as the Caladium Capital of the World, Lake Placid has 27 freshwater lakes, beautiful Murals around town depicting our history, Toby's Clown School and the historical Happiness Tower which rises 270 feet above ground. (Sorry, Tower tours are not available at this time)
There is always something to see or do in Lake Placid. October through March, the Saturday Morning Market is held on the 2nd Saturday of the month. Annually, we have our Country Fair and Caladium Festivals. Enjoy a historically good time at the Depot Museum which is the home of the red caboose and local history artifacts displayed by the Lake Placid Historical Society.
The water in Lake June its from natural water springs that comes out from the bottom of the lake. Its truly an amazing experience to be able to have our family and friends swimming and playing in this ultra clean and healthy water. This is part of what we called 'Lake June fever'. The sunsets are beautiful, the people are friendly and kind.