The Gold Standard for Life Plan Communities
In Central Florida
Relax like you’re on vacation. Revitalize with a brand-new adventure. Renew your expectations about the next chapter. Nestled in the picturesque city of Winter Park, we offer a lifestyle like no other — an opportunity to indulge in the best years of your life with resort amenities, elegant residences, social camaraderie, and so much more. Our approach to independent living is the freedom to do exactly as you please with exclusive access to all the luxuries you deserve, and complete peace of mind with the guarantee of comprehensive continuing care.
Sail home to The Mayflower — a distinctive Life Plan Community designed just for you.
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The Mayflower has long been Winter Park’s premier senior-living destination, and now the best is getting even better! We’re expanding our campus by adding a brand-new neighborhood enveloped with spacious two- and three-bedroom waterside residences, a state-of-the-art health center, a stunning clubhouse and bistro, and more. Beautifully accented with green space, ponds, and walking trails, it’s the ideal environment for embarking on life’s next journey.
Secure your future now by joining The Captain’s Club! Whether you’re planning for your next adventure now or the decision is a few years down the road, you don’t have to wait to enjoy all the benefits of everything our luxury Life Plan Community has to offer.
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As a proud alumna of Florida Technological University’s (now UCF’s) first-ever freshman class, Cathy Everett has always been a trailblazer of sorts. In her 35-year career in computer science, she bucked the stereotypes of a male-dominated field to become a project...
Martha and Jim Williamson didn’t have to wonder whether or not they’d like living at The Mayflower. They already knew … long before they moved in. That’s because the couple had joined the Captain’s Club, and they were able to take advantage of a long list of perks...
When Hurricane Irma swept through Florida in late summer of 2017, it left quite a mark. After battering the Keys and the coastline, the storm continued up the peninsula as a Category 3, racking up an estimated $500 billion in damages. Lights went out across the state:...
For Dr. Marty and Joyce Zeluck, a move to The Mayflower seemed “way down the road” — even though they knew the community well through friends who lived there. “We always knew that The Mayflower was the premier community in the area, but we weren’t ready just yet,”...