What is The Villages Florida known for?
The Villages is known as a “Pickleball Mecca,” with well over 100 pickleball courts for residents and guests that are open year ’round. The Villages also plays host to pickleball clinics, tournaments and open play all over the community.
What is wrong with The Villages?
Sinkholes. Sinkholes aren’t just a problem for The Villages, they occur in other places in Florida too. But over the last decade or so it seems like The Villages has seen more than its fair share of sinkholes following long periods of either very dry or very wet weather.
Is The Villages in Florida a gated community?
Although The Villages has over 90 gate facilities spread throughout the community, we are not a “gated community.” Because our roadways are public roads, access to our communities cannot be restricted. Of the 90 plus gate facilities, 21 of the gates are staffed with gate attendants.
What are The Villages like in Florida?
The Villages in Florida is Unique The Villages covers over 30 square miles which is over 20,000 acres. There are over 500 holes of golf to play, and over 100 miles of cart paths. The paths aren’t just for golfing, because travel by golf cart is a main mode of transportation in the sprawling private community.
Is there a lot of STDs in The Villages florida?
As far as the numbers/percentages are concerned, you can see for yourself on the Florida Department of Health website that the disease totals in all three counties that make up The Villages combine to be just a very small percentage of STD’s in the state.
Are there HOA fees at The Villages?
There are no HOA fees, there are two separate organizations (one pro residents and one pro developer) which you can join but it’s only $10 per year or something like that. The $145 per month ammenity fee covers the executive golf courses, pools (except for those at country clubs) rec centers.
Is The Villages Florida a safe place to live?
No, The Villages is policed by local and county law enforcement. There are also plenty of safety and security measures, such as gated entries and community watch, making it a generally safe place to live with a low crime rate.