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Valdosta, Georgia, 31602
2 Bedrooms$550 - $599
3 Bedrooms$700 - $750
Valdosta, Georgia, 31602
2 Bedrooms$690 - $799
3 Bedrooms$775 - $835
Valdosta, Georgia, 31602
1 BedroomUp to $554
2 BedroomsPlease Call
Moultrie, Georgia, 31768
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Lake Park apartments are cleverly laid out near city points of interest and appealing during all four seasons - it doesn't matter what price range you are looking in, Lake Park has the perfect new apartment for you. You can use the MyNewPlace search filters to find cat friendly Lake Park apartments with the perfect amenities for you - whether you want a doorman or a high Walkscore.
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Lake Park: Step Inside and Come Alive!
For a city with less than 1,000 residents, Lake Park, Georgia, has a pretty nice website. In addition to basics such as the location of city hall, the town’s website keeps you abreast of vital town information, including upcoming events. There may not be too much going on in town, but you can be sure that if Lake Park has a celebration on the horizon, readers of city’s website will be the first to know.
Lake Park is located at the southern edge of Georgia. This town has not one, but two good-sized lakes. What do these geographical facts mean to future renters? Plenty of outdoor fun!
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The Lake Park Pad of Your Dreams If you’re looking for the apartment of your dreams, we’re here to help you find it. You do want the apartment of your dreams, don't you? Well, we understand if you haven't been dreaming about your new pad; it's not like functional living spaces are the stuff of fantasy, or anything. Well, not usually. So just how much can you expect to pay for an apartment here? Take a look at the rent chart and you’ll be able to see the average rates on one, two, and three bedroom apartments. If you’re ready to find your dream apartment right now, get moving on your rental reconnaissance by clicking on the units listed below. Want to learn more about life in Lake Park? Read on!
Lake Park History Though there’s no doubt that Lake Park, Georgia, used to belong to Native Americans, a combination of the shady treatment of the locals and the drafting of legitimate (yet unfavorable) treaties, caused southern Georgia to eventually fall into the hands of European settlers. In the 1800s, much of the land around Lake Park was distributed—literally through a luck-of-the-draw system—to a few American settlers. The relative peace and prosperity that followed in Lake Park was harshly disrupted by the onslaught of the Civil War just a few decades later.
In 1878, the city's first church opened. It became a unifying force in the community, almost as much as the railroad's arrival in the 1880s would become a diversifying force. After the hullabaloo about the railroad simmered down, manufacturing took Lake Park to new heights in the beginning of the 1900s. But only figuratively; unlike neighboring North Carolina, Georgia had no Wright Brothers. Instead, it had cotton gins and turpentine stills. In the mid-1900s, developer Burton Lee Mank decided that the land around Ponce De Leon and Balboa Lakes, which are both found in Lake Park, was the perfect site for his planned community. This planned community is responsible for the lingering suburban feel of Lake Park today.
There may only be around 500 people in this quaint town, but the area sure is rich in history. Lakes and Parks in Lake Park
Yes, Lake Park is small. In fact, it’s only 1.4 square miles. There’s not as much going on here as there is in Athens, Decatur, or Atlanta, but the people of Lake Park prefer to keep things simple. Though life is quiet here, there are still plenty of things to do in town.
The Francis Lake Golf Club is a stellar place to tee off. Just don't get p'd off if the party in front of yours is taking a little too long to move on to the next hole. Not everyone is the first rate golfer that you are. There’s also a club house, snack bar, and pro shop here, so you can always get anything you need to perfect your game.
Rascals, a bar near the planned community we mentioned earlier is, ""a place to unwind after another week of mindless TPS reports."" The bar gets extra points for that reference. Big kudos from MyNewPlace, Rascals, big kudos!
If you’re looking for a great apartment in a small town, Lake Park may be a match made in heaven. Or on MyNewPlace. We think we should get at least a little credit for introducing you to this charming town.
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