Lake Rochelle can be found on the Winter Haven chain of lakes website topo map. Lake Rochelle is a lake in Polk County, Florida in the City limits of Lake Alfred that spans 578 acres. The latitude and longitude coordinates for this lake are 28.0728, -81.7215 and the altitude is 128 feet (39 meters).
Years ago the extensive Chain of Lakes has been reconnected with refurbished canals between Lake Hartridge and Lake Rochelle and a new bridge on U.S. 17. The project came about as the result of a partnership between the Lake Region Boat Course (The Chain of Lakes). Including Lake Alfred, Winter Haven, Polk County, and the Florida Department of Transportation. Lake Alfred now offers boating, fishing, and water sports as a community activity.
Anyone interested in fishing Lake Rochelle should consult with local guides and resources before heading out to fish. Anglers who have fished Lake Rochelle are invited to submit reviews of the lake to our fishing reports page. If you have not already, come visit Rochelle Lake Florida, and see all of the wonderful things Rochelle Lake has to offer its visitors and anglers. You can choose from many Rochelle Lake activities such as boating, fishing, swimming, camping, and more!
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Take your next vacation at Lake Rochelle. Rochelle Lake Cabin rentals and other lodging are available around the lake for your convenience. To add to the enjoyment we offer package fishing trips with accommodations, please contact us at (888) 629-2277.
Most anglers that fish Lake Rochelle specializes in largemouth bass, Bluegill, and Black Crappie. The Winter Haven Chain of Lakes and Lake Rochelle Park has picnic facilities and boat ramps.
Most of the prosperous communities of Florida’s heartland are more than ten miles to the south. And thirty miles north of the busy highway, but Polk County and the city of Lake Alfred is an exception, only five miles away. It has been growing steadily to the north to accommodate the demand for new, high-quality residential areas near Interstate 4. People who work in Tampa, north Lakeland, and southern Orlando are now able to live in new subdivisions on the southern rim of the Green Swamp, through which I-4 passes. They enjoy the benefits of living in a wonderful small town and relish their access to the work and attractions of Central Florida.
The older neighborhoods of Lake Alfred have been refashioned with a system of sidewalks, paths, and street lighting. It promotes walking to nearby restaurants, shopping, and recreation areas. Lake Alfred’s crime rates have been the lowest in Polk County for over 10 years, and neighbors take pleasure in the trust that has grown between them. Housing values have risen consistently over the years, which is the clearest indication of the stability, attractiveness, and safety of the City and its neighborhoods.