The Ormond Lakes community is located in Ormond Beach, Florida. A scenic town in Volusia County, Ormond Beach is one of the finest communities in Florida. Located in the northern end of the Greater Daytona Beach Area, Ormond Beach has been rated as one of the top 100 cities to relocate to.
The King's Road (also called Old King's Road, named for King George of England) crossed north to south near this site. It was the first graded road built in Florida. Approximately 1.14 miles extends through the Ormond Lake's subdivision. Centuries ago, it originated as an Indian trail connecting Timucuan Indian Villages along Florida's East Coast. The King's Road was constructed from St. Mary's, Georgia, to New Smyrna Beach, Florida, where it terminates at the remains of a stone wharf.
Ormond Lakes is made up of twelve neighborhoods including Addison Oaks, Coquina Ridge, The Cove, Crane’s Roost, Emerald Lake Estates, Hawks Nest, Heron Trace, Hidden Hammock, Lake Vista, Osprey Cove Estates, Quail Hill, and Sequoya Woods. The neighborhoods consist of well maintained single-family homes each with its own special character.
The Ormond Lakes community is a masterpiece of nature with its many lakes, large oaks, swaying palms, and Florida wildlife. Amenities include a private clubhouse, lighted tennis courts, community pool, fishing dock, picnic area, and a children's play area. Common areas are beautifully maintained through a combination of professional landscape maintenance, as well as a Beautification Committee supported by homeowner volunteers. Ormond Lakes is a beautiful community complimented by the many wonderful residents.
Ormond Lakes is located 1 mile south of I-95 (Exit #273) on the Northbound side of US1.