part A---General Information
1. Locaton: E
Paisley is in Central Florida, 16 miles southwest of DeLand, 17 miles north-
east of Eustis, and six miles northeast of Umatilla. It is near the St.
John's River, Lake A.kron, and LakeNorris.
U. S. Highway 42 passes through Paisley. greyhound Lines provides bus serv-
ice. Rail and air service is not available.
Lake County had a population of 27,946 in 1945. The population of Paisley
was approximately 392.
(From observations at Eustis, Florida.)
Vhen the Gardner and Eithcox families settled here,
Paisley after the town they had left in Scotland.
they named the settlement
6. Major Sources of Income:
Agriculture and citrus are the main sources of income.
Part B---Recreation and Entertainment
1. Special Events:
Halloween festival sponsored by the P. T. n.
2. Athletic Events:
3. Tourist Clubp:
4. Recreational Clubs:
5. Civic Organizatigns:
6. Fraternal Organizations:
S PAISLEY, FLORIDA
7. Organized Enterfaipment:
8. Recreational Fac.ities.-
Deep dove, and quail are found''inthis section. There are unposted hunting
grounds in the immediate vicinity. Hunting lodges and hunting :uides are
Fresh water bass, perch, shell crackers, and jack are caught in Lake Akron,
Spring Creek, Lake Norris, and Chain Lakes. Fishing camps and guides are '
There is a Methodist Church in Paisley. Services are held twice'a month.
There are no hotels, tourist courts, guest homes, trailer parks,
ised eating places in Paisley.
Additional information on Paisley can be obtained from:
LIX E COUNTY C~iJEER OF COMMERCE