201 Fishhaven Road Auburndale, FL 33823

Tel. 1-863-984-1183


Fish Haven Lodge is located on Lake Juliana, a beautiful 1,000-acre lake in Auburndale, FL. Fish Haven is a retirement style mobile home and RV park nestled in a quiet, oak-shaded neighborhood. With our 110-foot fishing pier, public boat ramp, lakeside picnic tables, boat slips, and community lodge with regular park functions, there is always something to keep you busy!

Fish Haven is a privately owned community with nicely paved roads, well-kept grounds, and a friendly, on-site manager. We take pride in our commitment to serving the best interests of our residents. Fish Haven Lodge offers good "Old Florida" living with modern convenience at reasonable rates - all in a serene Central Florida setting of huge oaks, clear blue water, and rolling landscape.

Fish Haven Lodge is located just 2 miles south of I-4 in Auburndale, FL on beautiful Lake Juliana. With attractions like Disney World nearby - plus the big cities of Lakeland, Orlando, and Tampa all less then an hour away - Fish Haven Lodge offers the best of Old Florida living and conveniences of the big city. Or to check out our sister location in beautiful Ridge Manor, FL

Fishing Pier

Fish Haven has a 110 ft fishing pier. If you're not a fisherman, then you can take a load off and bird-watch or enjoy a sunset over pristine Lake Juliana.


Fish Haven Lodge sits on 1,000 acre Lake Juliana and offers a variety of ways to take advantage of one of Central Florida's beautiful lakes. There is a public boat ramp, free for residents and only $5 for non-residents and guests. We also have boat slips available with water and electric services.


Our spacious, creekside lodge is complete with a full kitchen and is available to all residents and guests for park related activities and functions, such as bingo, karoke, pot lucks, etc. You can attend one of our popular lodge activities, or start one of your own! Either way, the community lodge is a great venue to get to know your neighbors and be a part of the friendly community of residents at Fish Haven.


Fish Haven Lodge offers a variety of lodging alternatives and flexible rental arrangements. With 7 lakeside cottages, 20 RV spaces, and 60 mobile home lots, there is something for everyone.

Lake Front Cottages

These nicely appointed, oak-shaded cottages offer beautiful views of Lake Juliana and are only steps away from the water. Most cabins have been recently remodeled, come fully furnished, and are available for almost any rental period - daily, weekly, monthly, or long-term.

RV Spaces

Enjoy full hook up, large RV spaces situated underneath large, gandfather oak trees. RV lots have 50 amp service, include access to all lodge amenities, and the option for cable TV service. With Fish Haven's prime setting on Lake Juliana, camping with us gets you more than just a lot rental!

Mobile Homes

Currently we have 2 brand new mobile homes for sale complete with enclosed utility sheds, concrete drives, and carports. There are also a variety of used mobile homes available for sale.


Chose from 7 well-appointed, air conditioned lake front or creekside 1 bedroom cottages. All nicely furnished with full kitchens and great views.


All our RV spaces are full hook-up with both 30 and 50 amp services, available cable, and concrete pads.


Chose from a variety of new 16' wide mobile homes, in our 55 and older section, complete with concrete drives, carports, and utility rooms from as little as $38,000 with on site financing available.

All information about this park is subject to change. Please call them for inquiries or visit their website at www.fishhavenlodgeflorida.com

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