Historic Lake Morton
Lake Morton

Lake Morton is an immaculate, almost perfectly circular lake just a few blocks from downtown - it is the home of Lakeland's world-famous swans. This neighborhood is an area of older homes conveniently located near the Polk Museum, Public Library and Chamber of Commerce.


Lake Morton is the location for the annual Mayfaire-by-the-Lake Arts festival. This area features homes built in the early 1920's in various styles, including victorian, spanish stucco, bungalow, and cottage style.

Lake Morton

Lake Morton

Adjacent to Lake Morton is Lake Mirror located in the heart of downtown Lakeland. Originally built in 1928 this landmark's promenade is neoclssical in design. Also included in Lake Mirror Park is Hollis Garden which features colorful native vegetation and statuary in a picturesque lakeside setting ideal for outdoor relaxation.


Lakeland's historic downtown is graced by more than 100 specialty and antique shops, many of which are housed in buildings built in the early days of the 20th century. Lakeland and the region surrounding it provide residents and visitors alike with a wealth of opportunities for sightseeing, shopping, dining and worship.

Lake Morton

Schools that serve this neighborhood

Philip O'Brien Elementary
Crystal Lake Middle School
Lakeland High School