Paradise Village Mobile Home Park
If you want to live in paradise, then you want to live at Paradise Village in beautiful Lake Placid, Florida. Sitting high above the sparkling waters of Lake Clay, this active 55+ community boasts panoramic vistas and is without a doubt, lakefront living at its best.
- Library / Reading Room
- Heated Swimming Pool
- Exercise Room
- Private Marina
- Lakeside Clubhouse
Lake Placid, FL 33852
Whether you want to take your pontoon boat out from our private marina for a day of fishing or spend the afternoon basking under the warm Florida sun poolside, you’re sure to enjoy the picture-perfect setting of Paradise Village.
Get your friends together and head over to the lakeside clubhouse to enjoy a wide array of activities like tasty potluck dinners, bingo, arts and crafts, mouthwatering BBQs and so much more. This community also features a library and reading room, exercise room and RV and boat storage.
Located in “Caladium Capital of the World,” there’s even more to discover right outside your door including great shopping, dining, festivals and a weekly farmer’s market in historic downtown Lake Placid.
Welcome to paradise at Paradise Village!
About the Area
Located in the middle of the Sunshine State among freshwater lakes, rolling hills and fragrant orange groves, Lake Placid is old Florida living at its best. With nearly 50 spectacular, colorful murals adorning its downtown buildings, you couldn’t find a more unique setting to host an array of exciting festivals and special events throughout the year.
Known as “Caladium Capital of the World,” every July the town comes alive during its annual Caladium festival and plant extravaganza. People from around the state come to enjoy arts and crafts, live entertainment and an antique car show.
When you live in Lake Placid, you’ll quickly see that day-to-day living here is truly a charm. Whether it’s a day of fishing or boating on your favorite lake, a leisurely stroll around historic downtown, picking up fresh produce at the local farmer’s market, lunch at Glenda Jean’s Country Kitchen or a round of golf with friends, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Come see what it’s like to live in the town Reader’s Digest dubbed “America’s most interesting town”.
I have lived here for 22 years and love Paradise Village! The people are so friendly and I love the clubhouse with all the dinners and events. They are even having a birthday party for me this week!Louise H.