Discover Lake Ashton, a place you'll love to live
Lake Ashton is nestled in the Central Florida city of Lake Wales, just six miles away from bustling Winter Haven. It's an ideal destination for both locals and tourists alike. This 55+ community allows you to experience nature first-hand, or visit fascinating sights close by - with attractions like Bok Tower Gardens' singing tower and Spook Hill to explore in nearby Lake Wales. With so much entertainment right on its doorstep, you'll soon discover why this area appeals to retirees and golfers around the world!
Key community details
Winter Haven / Lakeland
Lake Ashton homes prices and costs
Lake Ashton HOA cost and other fees
Management Company, Escrow Reserve, Common Ground & Amenities, Gate Guard, Trash
Nothing is too far in the Winter Haven / Lakeland area
Access to unparalleled amenities
You wouldn't believe what you could see and do in Lake Ashton. Take a look at key amentities and features as well as our comprehensive list of amentities.
Full amenities list
Card & Game Room
RV & Boat Storage
Take a look around your new home
Take a peek at this stunning community and see the amenities, views, and lifestyle it has to offer. Want to take a tour and see it in person? Schedule a tour with an agent.
Have questions about Lake Ashton?
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Is Lake Ashton a good place to live?
Lake Ashton isn’t just a good place to live, it’s a great place. There are tons of luxury amenities and an abundance of clubs and activities in Lake Ashton, so you’re sure to find something to love. Plus, the location simply can’t be beat.
Where is Lake Ashton?
The Lake Ashton retirement community is located in the center of Florida, off I-4 between Orlando and Tampa. It’s nestled between two beautiful cities called Lake Wales and Winter Haven, but officially it belongs to Lake Wales, FL.
How deep is Lake Ashton?
The Lake Ashton retirement community is actually built around Lake Myrtle, a large lake in Central Florida which is about 139 feet deep — perfect for boating and fishing. The water is clean enough to swim in, but we can’t recommend drinking lake water from anywhere!