Do you need dental service in the Lake County, FL Area?
We’re proud to service patients from the areas of Leesburg, The Villages, Eustis, Apopka, Umatilla, and of course, Tavares.
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The city of Tavares has a great variety of parks and recreational facilities to suit every taste and sport.
Visit any of the City’s many parks facilities or participate in our wide selection of recreational and sport activities. There is always something to do in Tavares! Whether you want to play tennis, kayak, skateboard, play sports or appreciate pristine Florida wilderness, our parks will surely accommodate your interests. – Tavares Chamber
The Eustis Parks and Recreation Department offers a wide variety of organized recreational programs and activities for adults and youth of all ages. The city provides several sites and facilities throughout the city for both active and passive recreational activities. Various programs and activities are conducted throughout the year at these facilities, as well as team sports and special programs and classes.
Tennis courts are available at Ward Avenue, Elizabeth Circle, Cardinal Cove, and Bennett Park. Walk, run, jog, bike, and roller blade on the new track at Sunset Island Park. Boat ramps are available on Lakeshore Drive. Enjoy a sunset or a concert at the Alice B. McClelland Bandshell or the Eustis Lake Walk (offering 20 boat slips and 4 gazebos). – Eustis Chamber
Lake Sumter Landing’s colorful waterfront setting reminds many folks of quaint seaside villages they visited during their childhood. The lighthouse on Lake Sumter has become a landmark that signals food, fun and FREE nightly entertainment all year long! Market Square is home to the Old Mill Playhouse movie theater, as well as a variety of boutiques and restaurants sure to satisfy any taste. – Lake Sumter Square, The Villages
The City of Apopka was incorporated in 1882 and is nestled in the northwest section of Orange County, Florida, minutes from downtown Orlando and Orlando International Airport (MCO). Apopka, a part of the metro Orlando area, is the second largest city in Orange County after Orlando. The City’s total population was 41,542 after the 2010 census, an increase of +55.9% from 2000.
Apopka gets its name from the Seminole word Ahapopka: aha, meaning “potato,” and papka, meaning “eating place.” Since the beginning of the word is no longer used, the name Apopka now just translates to “eating place,” and if you take a drive down Main Street and count the many restaurants, you’ll see how aptly named it is. – Apopka Chamber