Lakeland Neighborhoods Map

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All Lakeland neighborhoods

The city of Lakeland, FL has a population of 110,335 and a population density of 1,664 people per square mile. There are a total of 45 Lakeland, FL neighborhoods. The neighborhood with the highest Livability Score is Florida Southern College and the largest neighhorhood by population is Crystal Lake. The Lakeland, FL neighborhood map is a great way to see which neighborhoods have a higher Livability Score compared to those with a lower Livability Score.

Top Rated Neighborhoods In Lakeland, FL

Lakeland, Florida is a great location tucked between Orlando and Tampa. While unmistakably a suburb, Lakeland has the benefit of having its own unique identity. The water and forests of Lakeland give it a homelike feel, while still having the conveniences of a small city. Recreation is plentiful, with many parks and a close distance to either the Atlantic or Gulf beaches. Restaurants, the arts, and even sports arenas make this a great option for any family looking for a place to call home. The affordability and convenience of the area make it a top choice among those who commute but would like a home based outside a metropolitan area. The great weather and cross breeze from both the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico will keep you cool while enjoying the beautiful Florida sunshine.

Lake Hollingsworth

Being one of the top neighborhoods in the area, Lake Hollingsworth enjoys many top ratings. This area is great for nature lovers, but those who still want the conveniences of everyday shopping and suburban amenities. Taking a stroll among the breathtaking Lake Hollingsworth Drive or spending time with the kids at Common Ground Inclusive Playground is always fun. The area is also close to shopping and highway access, so no matter where you're going you'll get there quickly and easily. Many full and quick service restaurants make dining a delight. With many housing options, a great cost of living and low crime rate, you'll love calling Lake Hollingsworth your family's new home!

South Lake Morton

Just outside Lake Hollingsworth and between Lake Hunter and Lake Morton, is South Lake Morton. This area is great for those who like enjoying the arts, nature and great parks. Home to the Melvin Art Gallery and Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center and historic garden homes, you'll get your fill of art and culture. The neighborhood is also centrally located to Florida Southern College, giving it even more diversity. This is certainly a family oriented neighborhood, offering all the convenient amenities one would expect such as coffee shops and local markets. The low cost of living, great weather and year round recreation make this a great place for your family to call home.

Florida Southern College

This neighborhood has a lot going for it. With higher than average employment, a low cost of living, a central location, and tons of amenities you'll love this place! Right in the middle of everything and just off Lake Hollingsworth, not only do you have the college culture, but recreation as well. It's easy to get around either by public transit or car as the neighborhood is in the middle of the action. Born and Bread Bakehouse is among the favorite eateries in the area, as are many quick serve choices. Coffee shops and bookstores are also popular in this neighborhood. Not only do you have a campus nearby, but great schools for the younger kids also! This area is great for families, singles and of course students. With great marks, Florida Southern College neighborhood should be on your principal's list too!