Where Can You Find an Affordable Central Florida Retirement Community with Water Sports?
There are plenty of Central Florida retirement communities within easy driving distance of a lake or river where you can enjoy water sports, but how many will allow you to enjoy those activities without leaving your neighborhood? If you want to enjoy endless boating, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, water skiing, and fishing opportunities without setting foot in your car, you’ll need to choose a waterfront community for your retirement. And that can be pricy, right?
Not if you choose Lake Griffin Harbor. Our gated community of high-quality manufactured homes for active adults 55 and older is ideally located in Leesburg, on the edge of beautiful Lake Griffin, part of Central Florida’s renowned Harris Chain of Lakes. Not only is Lake Griffin a 9,400-acre aquatic paradise all by itself, but it’s also connected to a sprawling network of connected waterways that lead all the way to the Atlantic Ocean! In fact, the affordable retirement lifestyle you can enjoy at Lake Griffin Harbor is one of Central Florida’s best-kept secrets.
Imagine the Possibilities
With Lake Griffin as your springboard to adventure, there’s practically no limit to the water sports you can enjoy when you live in our retirement community, either full or part time. Plus, we offer amenities that make the most of our waterfront location. For example, picture yourself:
- Retrieving your boat from our 55-slip marina and launching it from our boat ramp
- Casting a line from our fishing pier – no boat required
- Watching the sun set with friends on our spacious observation deck overlooking the lake
- Taking a few laps in our large lakefront pool, then sunbathing poolside with beautiful Lake Griffin as your backdrop
How Can This Be Affordable?
When you purchase a manufactured home in the Lake Griffin Harbor community and pay a low monthly home site lease fee, you can enjoy waterfront retirement living at its finest, including a never-ending list of water sports. Contact us today for more information and to schedule a community tour the next time you’re visiting Central Florida.