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In the winter you can view the manatees swimming up the river. Enjoy canoeing, swimming and snorkling in its waters.
Enjoy the manatees in the spring. Swim in the summer and rent a cabin to enjoy the beauty of this park.
The market features fresh, locally grown fruits, vegetables, and herbs. The market also features jams, sugar cane syrup, and other delicious items. The market is held Tuesdays...
See the manatee, the gulf sturgeon and other marine creatures on this preserve that was created to preserve the last 20 miles of the Suwannee River.
This historical society museum housed in c1871 former private residence and displays prehistoric to modern times artifacts, fossils, shells, pencil and lumber industry, railroad...
Visit this historic farm complex with 18 restored structures.
This museum was established in 1962 and dedicated to St.Clair Whitman, whose collections are on display in the museum.
Picturesque Cedar Key was a thriving port city and railroad connection during the 19th century. The museum contains exhibits that depict its colorful history during that era. Part...
Over 250 acres of beauty with boardwalk, nature trail, swimming in the crystal blue water. Camp site. No pets or glass bottles allowed in the park.
The Market features farm direct produce, freshly baked goods, local grass fed dairy and beef, fruits, nuts, honey, coffee desserts as well as a wide selection of plants and local...
The Zoo is a wildlife conservation facility that preserves threatened and non-threatened wildlife by cooperating in global management programs and research studies. It promotes an...
The museum showcases the adventures of Fred Bear. It is a tribute to the man who traveled the world seeking to improve the equipment used in the sport of bowhunting and the...
Tour the beautiful landscape and horticultural exhibits at the Kanapaha Botanical Gardens and enjoy special events throughout the year.
The High Springs Farmers Market is a year-round growers' market supporting local agriculture, education, the arts, and businesses. The market is held every Thursday year round.