Welcome to Haile Plantation Association

Haile Plantation is a beautiful place to call home. With miles of trails and extensive wooded areas, residents are able to live close to town in a community that appears to be in the country. Haile Plantation is an innovative, deed-restricted community. Because restrictions are tied to property deeds, owners agree to abide by these restrictions when purchasing within Haile Plantation. Architectural Criteria define and clarify owner responsibilities, approval guidelines and requirements.
Haile Plantation Association, Inc. (HPA) is the homeowners association for the owners of 850 properties within Haile Plantation. All property owners pay quarterly assessments for property management and maintenance of common areas. The following neighborhoods pay this quarterly common area assessment:
Century Oaks
Charleston Park
Chestnut Hill
Evans Hollow
Grahams Mill
Laurel Park
Lexington Farms
Planters Grove
Sutherland Crossing
In addition to the above common area assessment, owners in the following neighborhoods pay a special assessment for management and maintenance of areas within their neighborhood. Assessment rates and services vary by neighborhood.
Camden Court
Founders Hill
Garden Homes at Grahams Mill
Grove at Evans Hollow
Heritage Green
Heritage Green IV
Indigo Square
Magnolia Walk
Quail Court
Important Numbers
Haile Equestrian Center
(352) 665-7433
Haile Plantation Golf and Country Club
(352) 335-0055
Historic Haile Homestead
(352) 336-9096
Plantation Hall
(352) 374-8585
Alachua County Sheriff's Office
(352) 955-1818
Alachua County Animal Control & Services
(352) 955-2333
Alachua County School Board
(352) 955-7300
GRU Customer Service
(352) 334-3434
GRU Trash Collection
(352) 338-3233
Trash collection day is MONDAY, except holidays
This is a Crime Watch Neighborhood
To learn more about the Alachua County Sheriff's Office (ASO) Neighborhood Crime Watch program, go to:
We watch out for each other!
Tips from ASO
  • If you see something, say something. Report suspicious activity to ASO at 352-955-1818
  • Lock your doors! Lock your car! Keep your garage door closed.
  • Do not leave items within sight that could be valuable to someone else. This includes cash, coins, mobile phones, audio equipment, purses and wallets.
  • Do not leave valuables in your vehicle overnight.
  • Get to know your neighbors!
  • Keep an eye on each other's residences.
  • Report suspicious activity and/or persons to law enforcement immediately.