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Fort Cooper State Park This 710-acre park offers something for everyone:
  • Nearly 3 miles of nature trails for nature lovers and bird watchers
  • 160-acre spring-fed, crystal clear Lake Holathlikaha for swimming
  • Canoe rentals, Paddle boats and Pavilion rentals
  • Camping and Fishing
Location: 3100 S Old Floral City Rd. Inverness Fl. 34450
Phone: 352-726-0315

Yulee Sugarmill Ruins
More than 100 years ago, this six-acre site was a thriving sugar plantation built by David Levy Yulee. In fact, there were more than 1,000 people working the sugar mill in 1851. The mansion on the plantation was burned to the ground in 1864, and although the mill was not damaged, it never resumed operation. The mill has since been partly restored and visitors can tour the ruins at their own pace and enjoy the picnic area. No fee required.
Location: 2.5 miles west of US 19 CR 490 c/o Crystal River Archaeological State Park Homosassa 34447.
Phone: 352-795-3817

Crystal River Archaeological State Park
Featured here is a pre-Columbian Indian mound complex dating back to 200 B.C. Artifacts are only on display in the Visitor Center, as well as information about how the mounds were excavated after they were discovered in 1903. A one-half mile walking trail leads visitors through the mound complex. Groups of 10 or more persons can arrange for guided tours by calling in advance.
Location: 1502 SE Kings Bay Drive, Crystal River 34449
Phone: 352-563-2088

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