along Florida's west-central coast and the Gulf of Mexico,
Citrus County is just a few minutes south of Ocala. It
is also approximately 70 miles north of Tampa and 60 miles
northwest of Orlando. Rolling hills and naturally beautiful
crystal clear springs, rivers and lakes set this section of
Florida apart from cities in the state. Environmentally and
ecologically conscious, Citrus County has set aside over
152,000 acres out of its 683-square miles to preserve
Most noteworthy, Citrus County
is the home to the largest herd of endangered manatees in the
state. North and eastern sides of the county are bound by the
Withlacoochee River, the east by the Tsala Apopka chain of
lakes and the west by the Gulf of Mexico. Citrus County has
over 52 miles of gulf coast, 106 miles of rivers, and 19,111
acres of lakes. The 30 or so natural springs flow over 600
million gallons of water daily. Over 152,000 acres of its
683-square miles included wildlife parks and
national sporting publications, we are ranked as one of the
top 12 best fishing spots in North America.
temperature is 71.2 degrees, with an average of 294 days of
sunshine. Winter temperatures average 60.1 degrees and summer
temperatures average 82.4 degrees. The wonderful weather and
natural beauty provide for a host of out door activities.
Citrus County offers a wide range of outdoor activities
including fresh and salt water fishing, boating, swimming,
diving, snorkeling, camping, hunting, tennis and golf at more
than 20 area courses. In addition, other popular Florida
attractions such as Disney World, MGM, Sea World, Busch
Gardens and Universal Studios are just under a two hour drive
from citrus county.
to an abundance of recreational opportunities the Citrus
County also provides excellent business opportunities.
Manufacturing companies, small businesses and others are
thriving in this strong business environment.
Springs development is located in the heart of Florida's
Nature Coast in the beautiful rolling hills of East Citrus
County. With everything that Citrus Springs has to offer, now
is a great time to come and experience Florida's Nature Coast
for yourself. It's a great place to live, come and discover a
part of Florida that you never knew