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Lake Orion: The Community For A Lifetime

Lake Orion: The Community For A Lifetime

Lake Orion’s motto is “The Community For A Lifetime” with good reason. The majority of people who live here were born here and chose to stay. Right now the City is working on a plan to create an “aging-friendly” community. They are doing this via a survey which is about 5 minutes long. It asks specific questions to help them create a place where people want to come and live in Lake Orion and those who do live here continue to do so. Here’s a link to the survey – CLICK HERE.

One of our specialty areas is Lake Orion as we have helped residents buy and sell homes here for years. In the second quarter of 2017, the average consecutive days on market in the Lake Orion area was 46 days. They don’t last long in this community for good reason. You can read more about Lake Orion by clicking over to the community section of our website.  Also, to check out the market information on Lake Orion scan over to our latest Market Intel blog entry.

I wanted to focus on some Lake Orion activities that bring out the locals. The first one is the free Summer concert series at the Children’s Park.

Lake Orion Concerts

Bring your lawn chairs and/or blankets and enjoy the concert. A fun way to spend a Sunday afternoon and you can’t beat the price!!

Summertime is when the water often calls to us and if that’s the case with you then head over to the Indianwood Boat Launch. This is a public launch and so everyone is welcomed. If water is not your thing not to worry! There are other fun activities in the Lake Orion area.

Lake Orion Trails and Parks


8.9 mile linear park. It is non-motorized and receives over 100,000 visitors annually.  The trail runs from Rochester to Lake Orion.


14.2 mile long, non-motorized trail that connects the communities of Orion Township, Oxford Township, the Village of Oxford, Addison Township, and the Village of Leonard.  The trail surface is crushed aggregate and some asphalt surface in densely populated areas.


Atwater Park is a 3.14 acre neighborhood park located in the eastern portion of the Village at the corner of Perry Street and Atwater Street.  You will find ball fields and a playground.


This community park comprises 1.54 acres and is located in downtown Lake Orion.  The park contains picnic tables, swings, playground equipment and a gazebo.   Children’s Park is home the DDA’s Annual Gazebo Concert Series that takes place throughout the summer.


Green’s Park is a  2-acre park is the Village’s only park on Lake Orion, with about 560 feet of frontage.  The use of Green’s Park is mostly restricted those who purchase a Park Pass from the Village Office.  Within the main park area, facilities include a basketball hoop, playground area, swings, picnic tables, water fountains, grills, benches and bike racks.


Meek’s Park is a 1.62 acre community park located along the Paint Creek, in the eastern portion of the Village.  Meek’s Park is a linear park with approximately 600 feet along the banks of Paint Creek.


Swiss Village Park is a .57 acre mini-park located along Central Drive in the northwestern portion of the Village.


Unger Park occupies .91 acres off of Bellevue Street in the southwestern portion of the Village. It is part of University subdivision, and was designated “park” on the plat.


If you find yourself yearning to live in Lake Orion reach out to us. We’d love to show you around. In the meantime please feel free to learn more about the community through our website. Enjoy!


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