It’s that time of year again, where Florida locals and state visitors alike gather on the Gulf Coast to partake in the seasonal ‘underwater Easter Egg Hunt’ – otherwise known as scallop season.
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Vistas of sparkling blue water surrounded by trees laden with moss await you at Homosassa River RV Resort. The natural beauty and abundant wildlife of the area draw nature lovers like a magnet.
You may never want to leave the gorgeous setting of Homosassa River RV Resort, which is a paradise for recreating in the outdoors and observing wildlife. Yet when you take a notion to get out and about, the small towns nearby have pleasant entertainment year-round.
The lush vegetation and sparkling blue waters of Homosassa River RV Resort showcase the natural beauty of Florida. Come savor the peace of fishing from the riverbank or hiking the forested trails nearby. When you’d like to make an outing, the community outside the park offers various enjoyable events.
Homosassa River RV Resort is 30 miles from Floral City, a town that will host Heritage Days on December 2 and 3. The celebration promises to be a fun time of Christmas activities, food and music, as well as an opportunity to see how people lived in bygone years.
While residents of Homosassa River RV Resort have access to farmers’ markets year-round, the selection is always best during the summertime. Here are our picks of the best markets in the area.
Campers at Homosassa River RV Resort who revel in the sport of shopping will enjoy visiting two local gift shops that have unusual wares – The Glass Garage and Pepper Creek Pottery.
One of the best things to do when traveling, or when you’re new to an area, is to try the local beers and wines. The weather is perfect for it, and beer and wine both are full of antioxidants, which are good for you.
The Everglades give way to an amazing wildlife habitat in Florida, not just in the actual area but all over the state. Sure, locals are use to seeing the diverse animals that they share their world with, but for travelers, it’s a wonderful experience to see a more wild side of Florida.