Area Attractions

Spring Outside to Excitement

Lots more to do beyond the campground

Your vacation will be complete when you visit the Seven Sisters Spring and its seven inter-connected underground pools. Experience the thrill of cave diving! You can dive into one and swim to the next! See manatees, egrets, and dolphins. Fish for bass, bluegill, and mangrove snapper. You’ll find all kinds of things to see and do in the tropical wilderness of the True Nature Coast.

Seven Sisters Springs and The Crack

Paddle your kayak to a set of incredible fresh water springs – one deep and dark, one shallow with a limestone bottom and short tunnels leading to the next spring. The Crack is a secluded salt water spring, accessible only by paddling the shallow Chassahowitzka River to the southern portion of Citrus County.

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Weeki Wachee Springs State Park

See live mermaids perform at the deepest known freshwater spring and cave system in the United States. Mermaid shows are really popular, so get there early for one of the three daily performances at this lush, natural park.

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Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs Wildlife Park

Discover the wild side of Florida with endangered Florida panther, red wolf, manatee and whooping crane, plus black bear, bobcat and, of course, alligators. Visit the Underwater Observatory and walk beneath the spring’s surface to watch the various fish and manatees swim above you.

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Southern Woods Golf Club

Formerly known as Citrus National Golf Club, the course offers an 18-hole layout designed by Hale Irwin, a double-sided driving range, putting green and chipping green, as well as lessons from a staff of PGA golf professionals. Have brunch, lunch, or dinner at the Southern Woods Restaurant.

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Monkey Island

Naughty spider monkeys have lived on this man-made island in the Homosassa River ever since the 1960s. See them scampering around from your seat at the Florida Cracker Riverside Resort or the Monkey Bar.

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Homosassa Arts, Crafts & Seafood Festival

Held every year in November, the Festival offers an incredible array of arts, crafts, live music, and seafood at the Festival Grounds in Homosassa.

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Chassahowitzka Wildlife Management Area

Hunt deer or waterfowl, hike or bike along the trails, and watch birds and other wildlife in this nearly unbroken 200-mile stretch of protected coastline.

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NJoy Spirits Distillery

Enjoy tours and tastings of award-winning Florida rums and whiskeys on Saturdays and Sundays. Kid-friendly and wheelchair accessible. Enter through the Chassahowitzka Wildlife Management entrance only.

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Howard’s Flea Market

More than 800 covered booths and 55 acres of stuff you didn’t even know you needed. Plenty of food, fun, and fabulous finds. C’mon out to the largest flea market in Citrus County and take home a treasure.

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Clear Kayak Tours

Peer into the crystal waters of the Chassahowitzka River through your ‘glass’ kayak. You’ll share the water with manatees, dolphins, alligators, river otters, and countless species of fish during this uniquely Florida experience.

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Restaurants to suit every taste and budget

You’ll Never Go Hungry in Homosassa!

Plenty of seafood restaurants, plus steaks, Italian food, Asian cuisine, breakfast spots, American classics, and many others. Try them all!

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Every Day is a Great Day at Seven Sisters Campground, Come See for Yourself!

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Seven Sisters Campground
8544 W Miss Maggie Drive
Homosassa, Florida 34448

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