Swim with the Manatees
Ready to meet a manatee?
The warm springs of Citrus County are an extremely popular refuge for endangered West Indian manatees. The springs allow the manatees to escape winter’s cold and serve as a place where many manatees come to mate, and then birth and nurse their young. The waters of...Learn More >>
Whether you’re an avid cyclist looking to put away some serious miles or if just want to get a little fresh air and exercise without the urban congestion, you’re in luck. Stretching through three Florida counties, the Withlacoochee State Trail is considered one of the...Learn More
Crystal River and Florida’s Citrus County are defined by water like few other places in the world. Set on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico and famous for its sparking blue natural springs, it is a spectacular world of spring-fed rivers, manatee-filled bays, and a chain...Learn More
Today’s Citrus County, Florida has been inhabited for thousands of years, with many different groups of people calling this part of Florida home. Our arts scene depicts a tapestry of culture and heritage representing this region of Florida and the United States. From...Learn More