The Spanish Springs Town Square Lady Lake, FL and just ten minutes from The Villages, FL, which is where I live.
Whenever we have family or guests to the house, we take them to Spanish Springs Town Square.
It’s a gimme when you are a visitor who likes to explore. Spanish Springs Town Square has a southwest look and feel, but it is in the southeast. It’s a beautiful place to visit because of the colorful shops. There is a central meeting place, rough-hewn timber walls, and a gazebo. You can find everything and more at Spanish Springs Town Square. The first time I went there, it was to do some shopping and check out the area. Now, my family like to go shop there, but they love the places where you can dine and the small cantinas in the area. There is always live entertainment, games and other things to keep you busy. After a long day at Spanish Springs Town Square, we head back to The Villages, where we can relax in the air conditioning. We talk about what has been happening in our lives. It is always fun to get together with family and friends, but when you add a trip to the Spanish Springs Town Square, it just makes it a bit more special. My husband told me he was going to take our son-in-law to Don Garlits’ Museum this year, and I could take our daughter to The Spanish Springs Town Square. I wasn’t sure our daughter would be happy with her husband leaving her for the day, but she needed to get used to it. I know I did.