The lovely winding Withlacoochee River borders Citrus County to the north and east. The Tsala Apopka chain of lakes (Seminole for "Good Fishing") borders Citrus County to the east. The western part of Citrus County is famous for its hundreds of islands, creeks, and the spring-fed waters at the Crystal and Homosassa Rivers which flow into the Gulf of Mexico.
Outdoor recreation in the area includes fresh and salt water fishing, boating, swimming, diving, snorkeling, camping, hunting, golf and tennis. The Homosassa River is known as one of "the top 12 fishing spots in North America" (Sports Afield Magazine). The river offers bass, bluegill, and catfish. Easy access to the Gulf of Mexico affords an opportunity to fish grouper, speckled trout, cobia, redfish, Spanish mackerel, and of course, tarpon.
The manatee has brought fame to the area. These popular mammals are attracted by the region's abundant warm rivers waters. Protected by careful regulations, the manatees have attracted thousands of nature enthusiasts to swim with these gentle creatures.
Natural attractions within Citrus County abound including: Homosassa Springs State Wildlife Park, Rock Crusher Canyon Music & RV Park, The Ted Williams Museum and Hitters Hall of Fame. See our Citrus County Attractions Section for further listings and details about the attractions in the Nature Coast area.
Citrus County is a naturally beautiful environment that you will want to call home. The area provides excellent business opportunities as well. Manufacturing companies, small businesses and others are thriving in this strong business environment.
With everything that Citrus County has to offer, it is a superb location for every facet of life ... and your new home ... in Florida's Nature Coast.
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