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Spring Lake Services and Information

Echo park has been renamed to William J. Gentry, Jr. Memorial Echo Park
William J. Gentry, Jr. Memorial
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Important Information!! 

 Our 3 LITTLE FREE LIBRARIES are now OPEN! I hope you have not gotten out of the habit of checking them for reading material. 


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Join the fun at the Bark Park! 

 Many events scheduled throughout the year

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Things To-Do

The Spring Lake Community Center is available to rent on the weekends. Reservations and other information for renting this building are available by calling (863) 655-1715. 

Tennis courts are available for $5.00 per day or $10.00 for a key for frequent users. 

There is a private park available to the residents of Spring Lake for fishing and to launch your boat. You must have a gate code to enter and use this park. The code can be obtained by calling (863) 655-1715.

William Gentry Eco Park in Spring Lake is open for Spring Lake residents to bike, hike, or walk your dog(s) and is open from dusk until dawn. 

Other parks throughout the community are also open from dawn to dusk. There is a park in Village I with a large pond for fishing or a quiet peaceful place to relax and watch the Eagles. There is a basket ball court and a play ground near the community center. 

Lake Istokpoga Park has many improvements that attract daily activities including picnic and fishing, fishing tournaments and a great place to launch your boat. It is located off Highway 98 just a short drive from Spring Lake.

You can count on Spring Lake Property Association to provide just what you need to feel proud to live in Sebring. Call Spring Lake Property Association in Highlands County for any questions.