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Nestled along Florida's Gulf Coast, Homosassa is a hidden gem and a nature lover's paradise. Cradled by crystal-clear springs and meandering rivers, the city is a haven for boating, kayaking, fishing, and experiencing the tranquil beauty of nature. Explore Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park and the historic Yulee Sugar Mill Ruins, or head to the Gulf of Mexico with white-sand beaches and seafood restaurants. With its laid-back charm and picturesque natural wonders, Homosassa offers idyllic coastal living.
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Stonebrook is nestled among Florida's most treasured natural wonders, with a spacious clubhouse overlooking the pond. Enjoy our catch-and-release fishing lake and extraordinary wildlife, with shopping, dining, entertainment, and churches just five miles away.View Community about Stonebrook
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Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the best things to do in Homosassa?
Homosassa is a lovely fishing town located along the banks of the Gulf coast. Don’t miss:
- Island Girl Cruises
- Drunken Pirate Tours
- Davis' Landing Blue Heaven River Tours
- PT Airboat Adventures
- Homosassa Square
- Springs Plaza
- River Safaris—Adventures on the Wild Side
- Halls River Plaza
- Homosassa Springs Thrift and Gift
- What are the best places to eat in Homosassa?
It's no surprise that fresh seafood is fantastic in Homosassa. You won't want to miss Nauti Time Seafood n Wings, Wild Sassa, The Freezer, Wallace’s at the Greenhouse, Crump's Landing, or Seagrass Waterfront. Bon appétit!
- What is Homosassa best known for?
Best known for scalloping, get ready to collect the tasty mollusks from their underwater Homosassa habitat for the freshest possible seafood dinner. There are many lovely natural springs throughout the area. You're going to love Homosassa!
- How is the weather in Homosassa?
Homosassa has a long, hot summer followed by a short, cool winter. Temperatures rarely dip below 32°F or climb past 93°F. The peak tourism is from mid-March to mid-May and October to December.
- Does Homosassa have public transportation?
Citrus County Transit provides safe, clean, and reliable bus transportation in and around Homosassa. Thirty buses and vans are in service, with door-to-door service available throughout the county for a paratransit bus system.