An Active Lifestyle
At Laurel Lake, you'll find a remarkable lifestyle complemented by peace of mind and value. Laurel Lake's unique blend of prime location, natural beauty, custom designed homes and innovative wellness programs is designed to help you achieve your lifelong retirement goals.
This well-planned community offers attractive homes in an unusually wide array of sizes and styles, supported by top quality services, amenities, and on-site healthcare services. Laurel Lake's New England-style apartment and villa homes are designed around a vibrant 100,000 sq. ft. town center, The Commons, where art shows and musical performances, visiting lecturers, continuing education classes, clubs and social mixers are a daily experience.
Remarkably, only half of Laurel Lake's 150-acre property has been developed. The remaining land is preserved as green space -- undisturbed woodlands, wetlands and rolling meadows -- and outdoor recreational areas, including three stocked fishing lakes, a winding 5-mile nature walk, two large picnic pavilions, public and private gardens, and a 3-hole practice golf course. Better yet, the scenic 33,000 acre Cuyahoga Valley National Park -- Ohio's only national park -- is just 4 miles from Laurel Lake's front doorstep.
Laurel Lake is nestled in the charming village of Hudson (population 22,000), listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Recently named one of the safest cities in Ohio, Hudson is a pedestrian-friendly town with a thriving arts scene, outdoor shopping and dining districts, and more per capita parkland than most Ohio cities its size.
Perfectly situated at the crossroads of Northeast Ohio, Laurel Lake's convenient location in Hudson offers rich cultural, recreational and educational opportunities in the nearby college towns of Akron and Kent, easy access to the diverse cultural offerings of the Cleveland/Akron metropolitan area, and the beauty of Ohio's North Coast and the vast Lake Erie coastline. Laurel Lake is the perfect place to live a lifestyle that is uniquely Ohio, and it has attracted hundreds of residents from Northeast Ohio and throughout the nation.