Lake Park, a village in northwest Union County, is 15 miles from downtown Charlotte, North Carolina. Villagers have built a variety of homes here: traditional single-family homes, care-free patio homes, condominiums, and townhomes.
Lake Park’s landmark, a chiming clocktower, overlooks this beautiful village with churches, schools, shops, offices, and a community center. Three parks, 2 swimming pools, a wading pool, a “feature pool”, 2 tennis courts, 6 playgrounds, and 13 ponds provide plentiful recreation and entertainment. Unique monuments and gazebos identify the neighborhoods. Pathways and tree-lined sidewalks connect them all, inviting residents and guests to enjoy the outdoors and each other.
Come see all that Lake Park has to offer and why it is much more than a neighborhood – it’s a home town.
Lake Park Community Fall Yard Sale
Saturday, October 4, 2014
7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Lake Park Fall Festival
Saturday, October 18
The 24th annual Fall Festival sponsored by the Lake Park Homeowners
Association will be at the Town Center Park on Saturday, October 18
from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.
Enjoy rides, games, food, and exhibits. Admission is free!
For Vendor booth information visit the HOA site at www.lakeparknc.com.
Meeting Street between Creft Circle & Creft Circle will be closed.
Volunteers needed! Sign up at LakePark@braesael.com
The Village will be removing around 20 damaged Bradford Pear
trees along Conifer Circle. These trees present a potential hazard to
vehicles or pedestrians. Also, sidewalk panels are suffering damage from
the roots. Kiker Tree Service will be removing the trees and grinding
Kiker Tree Service has offered to extend a discount to any
Lake Park residents needing tree pruning or removal.
Contact Travis Kiker at (704) 221-1943
Village of Lake Park as a
“Purple Heart City in the State of North Carolina”
Chapter 634 of The Military Order of the Purple Heart has proclaimed our Village of Lake Park a “Purple Heart City.”
Link to Full Proclamation