Lakeland Homes For Sale

With beautiful parks, river access, and countless dining and entertainment options there is always something exciting happening. The community boasts gorgeous homes of all sizes, so you’ll be sure to find exactly what you’re looking for. Check out our Lakeland listings and find your new home today!



Lakeland is located on the banks of the St. Croix River, providing residents with easy access to spectacular recreational opportunities. The city also operates three parks, Humphries, Cully, and Crocker, each with their own unique features. From playground equipment to sport courts and ball fields, these parks provide the perfect place for residents of all ages to get outside and play.


The City of Lakeland is filled with a wide assortment of shopping opportunities for residents to take advantage of. From antique shops to boat dealers, you’ll find just about anything you can think of here. Plus, Lakeland is strategically located near two spectacular shopping destinations: Hudson, WI and Stillwater. From a short drive across the river to a leisurely drive up 95, Lakeland residents have access to some of the most sought after specialty stores in the state.


From classic bar eats at Shiners Bar and Grill to fast food eats and regional favorites, Lakeland residents have some of the best dining options at their fingertips. With Hudson, WI just across the river, families can easily take advantage of regionally renowned restaurants like Pier 500 and the San Pedro Café. Whether you’re hungry for pizza, burgers, or anything in-between, you’ll find it nearby Lakeland.


Being located on the beautiful St. Croix River, Lakeland has a plethora of natural resources that the city seeks to protect for years to come. Because of this, the city promotes sustainable and environmentally friendly practices throughout all operations and facilities. Lakeland also provides a comprehensive recycling program to make it simple for residents to make environmentally smart choices in their homes.


Stillwater Area Public Schools, Independent School District #834, provides comprehensive educational resources and services to Lakeland residents. The district has a long history of both academic and athletic excellence, leading to regular state and national recognition. With the help of the world-class teaching staff, District 834 produces above average test scores and an impressive graduation rate year after year.


Metro Transit provides for the public transportation needs of Lakeland residents. With dial-a-ride services and park and ride lots available in neighboring cities, residents of all ages can take advantage of reliable, affordable transportation throughout the Twin Cities metro area.

Local Government

The Lakeland City Council is made up of the Mayor and four additional councilmembers who are responsible for the oversight of all city budgets, operations, and ordinances. This body meets on the third Tuesday of each month to discuss all city business. The public is invited to attend these meetings, which are held at City Hall.

City History

First claimed in 1842 by Henry W. Crosby, the territory that would become present day Lakeland began as farmland. Because of the location on the river, a ferry service was developed in 1848. By 1860, Lakeland was platted and boasted a post office, school, 14 stores, multiple hotels, and more. With thriving industries, and a strategic location on the river, Lakeland continued to prosper. Today, Lakeland maintains much of its original small town charm, and is home to approximately 2,000 residents.

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