Lake Sumter Landing

Lake Sumter Landing’s colorful waterfront setting reminds many folks of quaint seaside villages they frequented during their childhood. The lighthouse on Lake Sumter has become a landmark that signals food, fun and FREE nightly entertainment all year long! Market Square is home to the Old Mill playhouse movie theater, and a variety of boutiques and restaurants sure to satisfy any appetite.
 

Remember, every Tuesday and Thursday is Market Night!
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This Week's Entertainment Schedule
5:00pm - 9:00pm Every Night!


Happy Hour (2-for-1 drinks): 5:00pm - 6:00pm Daily

Mon, April 14 Pulse (Properties of The Villages Pairings Party 4:30pm-6:30pm)
Tue, April 15 The Dan Story Band (Market Night)
Wed, April 16 Starburst
Thu, April 17 Prairie Junction (Market Night)
Fri, April 18 Andrew Dean
Sat, April 19 Tonya Staples Trio
Sun, April 20 Bobby Blackmon & The B3 Band



To download a copy of the entire month's schedule from The Villages Daily Sunclick here

 

Directions to Lake Sumter Landing (Map)

From SR-301:
Head east on CR-466
Turn right onto Morse Blvd
Go straight through the first traffic circle
At the second traffic circle, take the first exit
Continue straight through the traffic light

From Orlando:
Head north on Florida's Turnpike
Take exit 285 towards Rte 27(Leesburg/Clermont)
Turn right onto US-27N
Continue on US-27N for approx. 24 miles
Turn left onto CR-466
At the second set of lights, turn left onto Morse Blvd
Go straight through the first traffic circle
At the second traffic circle, take the first exit
Continue straight through the traffic light

From north of CR-42:
Head south on US-441/US-27
Turn left at the lights immediately after the golf cart bridge
Turn right onto CR-466
At the second set of lights, turn left onto Morse Blvd
Go straight through the first traffic circle
At the second traffic circle, take the first exit
Continue straight through the traffic light

 


This symbol denotes that this event has been funded in part by a Tourist Development Tax Grant from the Sumter County Board of County Commissioners in conjunction with the Sumter County Tourist Development Council.