- Belle Aire
- Briar Meadow
- Bridgeport at Lake Sumter
- Calumet Grove
- Country Club Hills
- De La Mesa
- De La Vista
- Del Mar
- El Cortez
- Hickory Head Hammock
- La Reynalda
- Lake Deaton
- Lake Sumter Landing
- Liberty Park
- Mallory Square
- Mira Mesa
- Polo Ridge
- Rio Grande
- Rio Grande, Villa De Laguna West
- Rio Ranchero
- Sabal Chase
This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
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Recent The Villages reviews
"Had a wonderful time. Great neighborhood; close to adult community pool. Many activities available for active adults. Home was in good condition; just as described. Great landlord!"Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 13, 2014View listing
"Rating Details: The property manager was very helpful. The vacation rental was spotless. I was very happy with the location. I was more than satisfied with the condition of the vacation rental. Overall, I recommend this vacation rental. Reviewer Comments: The home was nicely furnished and in good shape. The location was ideal, close to Lake Sumter Landing, the most popular town center at this time. Only negative would be difficulty with the TV, no directions for operating the living room unit. Also, the electric cart was not plugged in upon arrival.<br/>Other than those minor irritations, it was a great experience.<br/>As advertised, the community was very friendly, and the amenities were great, especially the golf courses. There are a lot of rules in The Villages, but not a big deal once you get the hang of it. To keep the community in top shape, and to maintain order and fairness with the amenities, the rules are understandable.<br/>I'll be back for sure."Guest: Jim S. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 1, 2014View listing
"Our rental was just like the photos. It was nice and clean and comfortable. We stayed two months and enjoyed our time very much. The house is in a good location for golf courses as well as a short golf cart ride to the pool. Shopping is just a few minutes away and so are the town squares and restaurants. We had a problem with internet and the golf cart and Barb and Glenn had it all taken care of within a day. Things can happen and it means a lot to know you're renting from people who care about your stay. Yes, we would recommend this house to others. We already have it reserved for next year."Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: March 9, 2014View listing
"What you see is what you get, clean and bright, enjoyed every minute. Located in the middle of the Villages you can use the golf cart to go anywhere you want. The food at the Country clubs is excellent, and fairly priced. The entertainment at the 3 Town Squares is fantastic and Free. I highly recommend this property. The golf is fantastic at the Villages."Guest: Birdieman Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 4, 2014View listing
The Villages Travel Tips
The retirement community of The Villages is located in sunny, central Florida. It is 20 miles south of Ocala and 57 miles northwest of Orlando in Lake, Sumter and Marion counties. This development is home to more than 51,000 people and the fastest-growing micropolitan area in the U.S. as well as the fastest-growing small town.
The Villages' history dates back to the 1960s when Harold Schwartz, a Michigan businessman, sold land to retirees looking to escape to a warmer climate. Today, the descendants of Harold Schwartz and his son H. Gary Morse still control The Villages.
The Villages Attractions
The master-planned retirement community offers several forms of recreational activity. The Villages has numerous golf courses and offers "Free Golf for Life." Thirty-two of the courses are 9-hole layouts while the remaining 10 are country club championship courses. Two additional courses will be 27-hole layouts with a total of 621 holes of golf by the end of a final course build?-out.
Visit the Florida Carriage Museum and Resort and take a step back in time. This museum is home to the largest collection of antique horse-drawn carriages in the U.S. and is one of the largest in the world. There are more than 160 carriages from Europe and America, including the 1850 Ambruster Dress Chariot that once carried Emperor of Austria Franz Joseph and his wife, Elisabeth.
You can do plenty of shopping without leaving The Villages. There are boutiques scattered throughout the town squares, including many of the country's most popular brands. There are also grocery stores, pharmacies and superstores that will help you find everything you need. You can even venture throughout The Villages on your golf cart, the most fun way to travel through a small town.
Things to Do in The Villages
- Recreation: Aside from golf, there are three recreation centers in The Villages. These include neighborhood centers, village centers and regional centers with pools and bocce, horseshoe and shuffleboard courts as well as tennis and pickleball courts. Regional centers feature courts and fitness facilities. Those who have dogs can take their furry friends for outdoor activities at any of the 11 parks, dog parks and trails owned by The Villages.
- Entertainment: There are three town squares in The Villages, including Lake Sumter Landing's Market Square, Spanish Springs Town Square and Brownwood Paddock Square. These town squares feature nightly activities such as live music and a farmer's market. If you want to watch sports rather than participate, you can also catch a game at one of numerous softball fields or The Villages Polo Stadium. There are also opportunities to learn woodworking or take a class at the Lifelong Learning College in The Villages.
- Wineries: Visitors to The Villages can take a tour and enjoy wine tasting at Lakeride Winery and Vineyards. The winery is located in Clermont and is the former center of Florida's grape industry. There is an extensive tasting room with annual festivals and a gift shop. More than 80,000 cases, or more than 960,000 bottles, are produced at Lakeride Winery each year.