Aerial photo of Melrose Bay looking northwest through the pass to Lake Santa Fe. (Photo credit: Walter Volkmann, Aibotix.)
Situated midway between the Alantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico at the junction of four counties (Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Putnam), this unique area in North Central Florida with its many beautiful lakes has been attracting visitors and residents for over 135 years. Melrose is a small (approximately 3500 residents), charming, unincorporated community widely famous in the 1800's as a tourist destination, now known for its burgeoning art community. Please, come explore our community and learn more about this special corner of "Old Florida" and its friendly and diverse citizens.
HOT TICKET: MBCA Meeting at 11:30a, Tuesday, March 11 at the Homemakers Club. Bring your membership dues for 2014.
Find your entertainment options for the coming weeks among live music concerts, informal dances, and art shows, to farmers' markets, yoga classes, and much more.
For such a small town, we are indeed blessed with five art galleries and a multitude of talented artists and musicians among our citizenry.
A list of the organizations and churches that comprise our community.
© MBCA 2014