Citrus County

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Citrus County

Welcome to Citrus County

Beckoning all those seeking an aquatic expedition, Citrus County is best known for its water sports. With its 72-degree crystal springs and rivers, the waters of Citrus are ideal for diving, snorkeling and swimming. Canoeing and Kayaking are fun pastimes in Citrus and several marinas dot the area. Explore some of Florida's animals at the Homosassa State Wildlife Park and the Withlacoochee Trail State Park.

Citrus County Location

Citrus County is located 70 miles north of Tampa and 60 miles northwest of Orlando. We are centrally located to all major cities, airports and other metropolitan amenities. Citrus County

State Parks
• Fort Cooper State Park
• Homosassa Springs State Wildlife Park
• Crystal River Archaeological Site

Other Parks
Withlacoochee State Trail
• Kings Bay Crystal River
• Crystal River State Archaeological Site
• Crystal River Bicentennial Park
• Fort Island Beach
• Whispering Pines Park

• Big Oaks River Campground
• Chassahowitza River Lodge Campground
• Camp N' Water Outdoor Resort
• Cove Campground
• Crystal Isle RV Resort
• Cypress Lodge
• Lake Rousseau Safari Campground
• Lecanto Hills Mobile Home Park
• Moonrise Resort
• Nature's Resort
• Quail Roost RV Campground
• River Oaks Trailer Park & Campground
• Shawnee Trail Campground
• Sunshine RV Park
• Trail's End Camp
• Turner's Camp
• Turtle Creek Campground
• Withlacoochee State Forest

• Ft. Island Gulf Beach

• Citrus County Speedway
• Coastal Heritage Museum
• Homasassa Springs State Wildlife Park
• Old Courthouse Museum
• Old Mill House & Printing Museum
• Ted Williams Baseball
Museum & Hitters Hall of Fame
• The Power Place Interactive
• Museum at Florida Power Corp.
• Yulee Sugar Mill Ruins

Driving Tour
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