1. Lakeland, FL
Located in Polk County, the dominant feature in this city are the lakes and swans! Downtown Lakeland is well-known and hosts numerous events throughout the year. Shops, restaurants, public parks and waterfront promenade provide a beautiful, active setting in this historical city.
2. Winter Haven, FL
Located in Polk County and named for its beautiful weather, "Winter Haven" is composed of 40 square miles of land and over 50 glimmering lakes. There is always something to do in this bustling town. Retirees have made this a leading city for Central Florida retirement and that is why it is home to 8 of our communities!
3. Bartow, FL
Bartow is the second oldest city in Polk County and is steeped in history. This quiet hideaway offers small-town charm even with its close proximity to large city attractions. Family-owned businesses, ancient oak trees and citrus groves are abundant in this quaint town.
4. Lake Wales, FL
Known for having the highest land elevation in the state of Florida, Lake Wales is located in Polk County right off US Hwy 27 and 17. Bok Tower is a popular attraction, drawing visitors from all over to see its historical tower, landscaped gardens and Spanish-style mansion! A peaceful city in the geographical center of the Sunshine State!
5. Sebring, FL
Situated in South, Central Florida in Highlands County; Sebring is a modest town known for its international raceway and historical downtown circle of shops and restaurants. The city's best kept secret is 9,000 acre Lake Jackson which provides locals with a pier for fishing, public beach access and Rotary Park to enjoy the beautiful Florida weather.