A Piece of Gator History
For almost 50 years, Camelot Apartments has been a staple in Gainesville’s history.
Originally built in 1968 and purchased by its current owners in 2000, the classic Tudor style apartments are located on the corner of SW 2nd Ave and SW 34th Street, Gainesville.
In the midst of University of Florida history with the invention of Gatorade in 1965, Camelot has seen the Florida Gators key moments including 35 National Titles in athletics including three Football National Championships and eight SEC Championship wins.
Now nestled conveniently between busy Archer Road, the Oaks Mall, and half a mile away from the University Of Florida Levin College Of Law, these apartments are also across the street from Publix, CVS, Mi Apa, PDQ, and USPS.
Continually maintained and updated, Camelot Apartments is a landmark in the Gainesville community.
With the deepest pool in Gainesville, excluding the University of Florida of course, and a spacious clubhouse and apartments, Camelot has everything you need to feel right at home. In fact, Gator Greats Tim Tebow, Riley Cooper, and Olympic Gold Medalist Triple Jumper Christian Taylor are just a few Gators who have called Camelot home during their time in Gainesville.
Camelot Apartments has watched Gainesville grow into the city that we know and love today. We have housed athletes, future lawyers, professors and visiting scholars. We take pride in our history with the University of Florida and the Gainesville area and are pleased to welcome you home to Camelot. Go Gators!