The population density and amenities of Downtown Lakeland continue to grow with support of the city and businesses.
Lake Mirror is the centerpiece of a lot of downtown amenities.
A little over a mile from its current Dixieland location, The Tudor House (now Cob & Pen) was originally built in 1927 near the intersection between W Beacon Rd. and S San Gully Rd.
Did you know: Primarily built to entertain business partners of Mr. Gene Holloway and out of town guests, it is known that even Elvis spent some time in Mr. Holloway’s mansion in the 1970s after a performance at the Lakeland Civic Center.
Dixieland is perfectly sat between Lake Hunter and Lake Hollingsworth.
Dixieland is full of a nostalgic charm that will keep you feeling like you’re in a Norman Rockwell painting.
Did you know: October through March, historic tours around Lake Mirror are offered on the 4th Tuesday of the month.