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Paradise Lakes is a town in Putnam County, in the Palatka metro area. The community is in the Eastern Standard time zone. Paradise Lakes has access to Lake George, the second largest Lake in the state of Florida. Lake George, which connects to the St. Johns River, goes directly into the Atlantic Ocean.

Putnam County, home of world class bass  fishing on the St John's River, the annual Azalea festival and the annual mug races. Local Golf courses and  lakes are all close. Within an hour to several major  colleges. Low taxes and beautiful climate. Lake George connect to the St.Johns river which goes directly into the Atlantic ocean. From Lake George you can take your boat to wherever you like.  This 46,000-acre natural impoundment of the St. Johns River has been touted as the premier bass fishing lake in Central Florida. It has extensive vegetation that provides excellent habitat for bass and bream. Jetties located on the south end of the lake where the St. Johns River enters the lake is a hot spot for sunshine bass fishing in the spring and fall. The 44,000 acres of Lake George are located where the southern end of Putnam County joins Lake, Marion and Volusia counties.

Bring your boat, jet-ski and fishing equipment, come visit paradise lakes and see for yourself.

Distance in Miles to Putnam County
Daytona Beach  53 Miles
Miami 273 Miles
St.Augustine 29 Miles
Gainesville 45 Miles
Ocala 55 Miles
Tallahassee 181 Miles
Jacksonville 73  Miles
Orlando 91 Miles
Tampa 148 Miles