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In our most optimistic dreams we didn’t envision a lifestyle for our declining years as pleasant and fulfilling as our life at Waterman Village. The “ground roots comfortable feeling” is our norm for a satisfying life. We give thanks every day for the suggestion we received from a local family member to “check out Waterman Village before you decide to move down from Atlanta.”-James & Barbara LauxCincinnati, Ohio
The Central, Orlando, Leesburg, Florida Area's 'TOTAL' Retirement Community Destination!
Active Adult Living, with Health Facilities & Services
At Waterman Village, you have the best of all worlds! In addition to active-adult living, Waterman Village offers health care facilities & services (assisted living, nursing/rehabilitation/memory care, and home care) right on campus. Therefore, moving to Waterman Village while STILL independent & active, is actually the best way a person can increase their chances of REMAINING independent & active, as long as possible, throughout life. (Read Blog.)
The Finest in Wellness/Activity Opportunities
Waterman Village has one of the country's largest retirement community activity departments, providing life enriching activity opportunities, to help residents best maintain their overall health. There
are two full-time independent living activity directors, two certified personal trainers,
a full-time brain fitness coordinator, licensed massage and physical therapists, and campus Chaplains.
Florida's Top Ranked Small Town To Retire To
Overall, there's no better small town in Florida to retire to. Mount Dora was ranked by USA TODAY as THE #1 SMALL TOWN IN FLORIDA TO RETIRE TO! And recently, Mount Dora was featured as one of 8 Great Small Towns in America (only one in Florida) in Where to Retire Magazine, America's foremost authority on retirement relocation.
Lake County Florida's only not-for-profit owned, and not-for-profit managed, retirement community with multiple levels of living. Read about the 'NOT-FOR-PROFIT' difference.