Embracing a proud legacy is hardly a thing of the past.
Upon entering Mountain Lake, you are immersed in one of Florida’s best kept secrets, a world as timeless as it is peerless. And it is all by design. In 1916, among Florida’s loveliest hills, lakes, forests and groves, legendary landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. artfully laid out the grounds of Mountain Lake. Today, his grand vision remains a sight to behold, as the community also stands as an Audubon International leader in community sustainability.
Justly listed on the National Historic Register, the Mountain Lake Historic District comprises a living history. As lush and vibrant as ever, its glory days remain alive and well, and the best of times are right here, right now.