How Do You Plan A Trip To Leesburg, FL?
Leesburg, FL was founded in the mid 1800s in what later became Lake County. In the early 1900s it was best known for its watermelon industry, and in the later part of the century for its citrus. Today, Leesburg is a growing retirement community in Central Florida. Book a flight to either Orlando International Airport or Orlando-Sanford International Airport for the closest service to Leesburg. It is about a 70-minute drive from either airport. You will have to drive along toll roads from either airport, so have spare change handy. For public transportation to Leesburg, from Orlando International Airport take The Villages Shuttle. The cost is $50 per person. Taxis are available to take you to Leesburg from the Spanish Springs and Lake Sumter Landing stations in the nearby community of The Villages. There are extra charges for golf bags and pets. There are many motels in Leesburg that offer rates well under $100 a night. For more upscale lodging, check hotels in The Villages. Eat at Napl