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El Diablo Golf

Citrus Springs Golf

Custom Home Builder, Family Owned & Operated Since 1972

Levy County

Citrus Springs | Dunnellon / Ocala | Levy County

Levy County, Florida contains many spring fed rivers where you can go canoeing, kayaking or tubing as well as boating and fishing both freshwater or saltwater as Levy County is on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico.

Yankeetown and Inglis are located in Levy County just North of Crystal River, Florida on the "Nature Coast". Inglis and Yankeetown are steeped in rich history.

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A.G. Knotts, a wealthy city planner from Gary Indiana is credited with popularizing the area, when in 1919 he purchased two thousand acres. Knotts lived in Inglis and and enjoyed the bountiful fishing and hunting.

Over the next ten years a large path was cleared through the wilderness that eventually became a paved road. Knotts was an avid fan of famous writer Izaak Walton. He later built the now popular Izaak Walton Lodge in Inglis Florida.

Northerners flocked to the area to see what all the excitement was about in the deep South. Eventually the Florida Legislature granted the area a charter and it was named Yankeetown.

About a thousand residents still call Yankeetown home. People seeking a slower way of life more in tune with nature and the surrounding native Florida wildlife visit and relocate to Inglis and Yankeetown to enjoy all that the surrounding waterways have to offer.

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Horseback riding is a popular activity in Levy County Florida. You can find over 100 miles of horseback riding trails in Levy County within the Goethe State Forest, a 55,000 acre retreat stretching from US Highway 19 almost to the city of Williston.

The horseback riding trails in the Goethe State Forest allow riders to experience over a dozen unique natural communities, including scrubby flatwoods and dome swamp.

The Goethe Forest Trails wind their way throughout the forest and are accessible from three different trail heads. Overnight stabling and camping for visitors that want to bring their own horse are available at select locations.

The Goethe State Forest was named after J.T. Goethe, who sold most of the land to the State of Florida in 1992. Much of the Goethe State Forest is located in the southeastern section of Levy County close to the Gulf of Mexico.

The Cross Florida Greenway State Recreation and Conservation Area also contains many horseback riding trails and covers several of Florida's natural habitats such as flatwoods, high pine, scrub and swamps.

There are a number of rivers and waterways brimming with several species of fish in freshwater and saltwater. Along the Gulf of Mexico between Steinhatchee and Cedar Key, saltwater fishing for sea trout, mackerel and grouper is plentiful.

The Waccasassa River and the Waccasassa Bay Preserve State Park provide a little of both saltwater and freshwater fishing for fisherman wanting to try their hand at both. Fishermen at Lake Rousseau and the Withlacoochee River throw out the reel for bluegill, redear sunfish, catfish, black crappie and largemouth bass.

Of course, the three major rivers - Suwannee, Steinhatchee and Santa Fe - are some of the most popular fishing "holes" in the area.

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