Meadowbrook

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Our Community

About Meadowbrook and Lakeland, Florida

Whether your idea of Florida retirement living means a few month's escape from cold weather or a permanent move south, you'll find Meadowbrook...A Retirement Neighborhood fits well into your Florida lifestyle.

At Meadowbrook, you own your own home, but lease the land—which saves you money on property taxes. Our generously-sized homesites allow plenty of space between residences, so you never feel cramped, and our reasonable site rent means your budget won't feel pinched either!

Meadowbrook provides modern amenities packed with red-white-and-blue values. Wave at your neighbors, swim laps in our heated pool, or cool off under our shady trees while strolling our sidewalks.

A few of Meadowbrook's many amenities and features include:

  • Gated entrance for peace of mind
  • New and pre-owned inventory of homes
  • Remodeled, 5,500 square foot clubhouse with full kitchen, dance floor, library, billiard room, fitness room, restrooms, and more
  • Remodeled laundry facility
  • Near Olympic-sized heated swimming pool
  • Six lighted, covered shuffleboard courts
  • Horseshoe pits and Bocce Ball court
  • Wide, tree-lined streets with sidewalks
  • Underground utilities
  • Planned activities including golf outings (men and women), bingo, dances, dinners, fashion shows, travel excursions, concerts, bands, and more
  • Professional, on-site management
  • Public transportation

Location, Location, Location

Lakeland, a mid-size city of about 80,000 people situated between Tampa and Orlando (just south of Interstate 4), offers the best of both larger and smaller locations—big-city opportunities with small-town charm, you might say. It boasts an engaging mix of outdoor recreation, cultural activities, excellent services and medical facilities, a vibrant workforce, several universities, an affordable cost of living, and a convenient location second to none (right in the middle of the state).

Services and attractions you'll find in and within 60 miles of Lakeland include:

  • Over 30 golf courses
  • Walt Disney World
  • Orlando attractions: SeaWorld, Universal Studios
  • Cypress Gardens
  • Busch Gardens-Tampa Bay
  • Tampa, St. Petersburg and Clearwater beaches
  • Baseball! Detroit Tigers, New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies, Atlanta Braves, Cleveland Indians spring training
  • Top-notch fishing in numerous area lakes
  • Casinos
  • Shopping opportuniies at the Lakeland Square Mall, Merchants' Walk, Lakeside Village Shops, nearby outlet malls, and antiques in downtown Lakeland and Plant City
  • Variety of restaurants
  • Lakeland Civic Center, featuring many arts and entertainment activities
  • Tennis courts
  • Florida Southern University
  • Churches of all denominations
  • Lakeland Medical Center and nationally-knowno Watson Clinic health care facility
  • Famous Plant City Strawberry Festival
  • Sun 'N Fun—the nation's second-largest airshow