Located right on Florida’s Nature Coast, Homosassa is a boater paradise.
The Crystal clear water coming up from the many springs that feed the Homosassa River, where hundreds of manatees congregate. The Gulf of Mexico is never more than a few minutes away. The Gulf offers great deep sea fishing and some very tough tarpon fishing. During scallop season you will love floating around in the gulf picking up handfuls of scallops with one breathe.
At the base of the river is the Homosassa Springs Wildlife Park is one of the area’s most visited attractions. You can witness alligators, raccoon, bears, a hippopotamus, and of course, the endangered manatee. There are also a number of historic sites in Homosassa. One popular site is the Yulee Sugar Mill Ruins. Once owned by David Levy Yulee, the park was at one time part of a prosperous sugar plantation. The park contains the remnants of the original agricultural estate, cane press, iron gears, and a gigantic limestone masonry chimney. The plentiful lakes, springs, and rivers allow local residents to slow down and enjoy canoeing, swimming, boating, kayaking, fishing, and tubing. Homosassa, Florida is an amazing place to buy you first home or to buy a luxury home.
Homosassa is also home to Riverhaven Village an upscale waterfront subdivision that is on the Homosassa River. In Riverhaven Village you can find some of the best waterfront properties around. Right across the road from Riverhaven Village in Riverhaven Marina. This is a full service marina from boat storage, boat ramp to boat and motor sales.