Located in Dunnellon, Florida, just 25 miles South-West of Ocala or 90 miles North of Tampa and Orlando, Rainbow River is a naturally spring-fed, gently winding river that spans about 6 miles & produces around 500 million gallons of 72-degree crystalline water daily! Absolutely beautiful and worth discovering!
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Dunnellon is a paddler’s paradise! With 72-degree water year-round, the spring-fed Rainbow River is one of Central Florida’s most famous attractions. With the gently winding, six-mile waterway, if you are looking for the ideal outdoor excursion, this is it! And if you are looking for a bite to eat or a drink after a successfully relaxing day on the river, try some of the neighborhood's most popular restaurants like Swampy’s Bar & Grille on the Rainbow River, the Blue Gator Tiki Bar & Restaurant on the Withlacoochee river, The Front Porch (Best pie's in town!) or Sweeties Café and Tea House in the quaint town of Dunnellon.
Besides the miles and miles of river to explore, if you are looking for a relaxed afternoon bike ride, hike, or walk, the Withlacoochee State Trail is one of the longest paved trails in Florida. The generally flat terrain has many access points, runs 46 miles long through Citrus, Hernando and Pasco County, and it is part of the Florida Greenways trail system.
IInverness, bordered by forests and lakes, has a wealth of protected and managed natural resources, providing a wealth of outdoor activities for you and your family. Fort Cooper is a 710-acre, pet-friendly state park popular for biking, fishing, swimming, sunbathing, camping, canoeing, hiking, boat tours and more. Inverness is also a cultural hub for movies, concerts, plays, local art exhibits and other special events. Discover Inverness’s bed and breakfasts, local pubs and restaurants, and take the time to enjoy this very cute historic town.
The gentle manatees, great fishing, bountiful lakes and riverways, make Crystal River one of the best hidden jewels on the Gulf Coast. With the warm waters perfect for swimming, unspoiled forests, perfect for hiking, some of America’s top-rated trails, perfect for biking, there is no lack of parks or local attractions in this area! Whether you are experiencing some of the best fish-to-fork meals in some of the local restaurants or taking an afternoon to swim with the Manatees, Crystal River is the soul of the Gulf of Mexico and a gem worth discovering!
Cedar Key has a familiar feel to what Key West was about 50 years ago. Besides it’s natural beauty and lovely beaches, it has an island-like relaxed feel, perfect for biking around town and checking out some of the local historical museums and art galleries. This town feels untouched, and you can still feel it’s prominence in the making of Central Florida’s cultural history. It is a relaxed town with stores, restaurants and colorful homes perched on stilts looking out at the Gulf of Mexico.
Ocala is home to the famous World Equestrian Center and has been dubbed the Horse Capital of the World® as it is a testament to Marion County’s unique equestrian environment and for its record production of some of the finest champion horses in the world. However Ocala is also home to the famous Silver Springs State Park, is surrounded by the vast woods of the Ocala National Forest, and has a bustling downtown with some great local restaurants and shops to enjoy on any given afternoon.
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