The Villages is a great place to go for a walk. Yesterday I took a walk around Lake Sumter Landing and brought my camera. Care to take a stroll with me?
I parked at Barnes & Noble because there’s always plenty of parking there. Depending on the day/time it can be tough to find a good spot in the square itself. Plus I’ve never been called a good parallel parker 🙂
No post about Lake Sumter Landing would be complete without the obligatory lighthouse photo. You might see it in some other photos too. It always seems to sneak its way in there.
Didn’t get too far without spotting a really cool Harley Davidson cart.
I love these little plaques with stories posted all around Lake Sumter Landing. Even if they’re not real, they’re still fun.
Here’s what Bocephus looks like.
Nothing going on this afternoon but when there is a band playing they’re usually on this stage.
If you run out of things to do in The Villages you can always catch a flick. Here’s the Old Mill Playhouse.
Never met a Starbucks I didn’t like.
Plenty of good places to eat in Lake Sumter Landing but today I ate on the patio at red sauce.
Rigatoni Bolognese was around $9 on the lunch menu. Came with a salad and bread. It was awesome but they gave me so much I couldn’t finish it all.
A new addition to Lake Sumter Landing, the home of USF Health in The Villages. The goal of this partnership is to make The Villages “America’s Healthiest Hometown”.
Need to make a phone call? I’m not even sure if this works. Anyone know? I should have popped my head in and checked it out.
A neat classic cart for sale in front of The Villages Golf Cars.
All this walking made me sleepy. Maybe I should catch a nap at The Waterfront Inn.
Hope you enjoyed this little walking tour of Lake Sumter Landing. Thanks for hanging out with me today! If you enjoyed this post please share it with your friends on Facebook.