Bicycling & Biking Trails
Whether you’re an avid cyclist looking to put away some serious miles or just want to get a little fresh air and exercise without the urban congestion, you’re in luck. Citrus County, Florida is blessed with three incredible paved trails, including the 46 mile Withlacoochee State Trail–dotted with forest, lakes and small towns–and still more miles of rugged mountain bike trails weaving through the Withlacoochee State Forest and Crystal River Preserve State Park.
Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park
Surrounding the headwaters of the Homosassa River, this 210-acre park showcases some of Florida’s loveliest landscape and interesting native wildlife.Learn More
Three Sisters Springs
Tour Three Sisters Springs to observe the native wildlife from the viewing platforms on the quarter-mile boardwalk and hike the 1.5 miles of nature trails for views of Kings Bay, Lake Crystal, and Magnolia Springs.
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Crystal River Archaeological State Park
Discover hidden wonders like temple/platform mounds, burial mounds, a substantial midden, and a plaza area in this pre-Colombian Native American National Historic Landmark site.
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Weeki Wachee State Park
Take a river boat cruise, learn about Florida Wildlife, swim in Buccaneer Bay, and even see live mermaids atWeeki Wachee State Park, one of Florida’s most legendary family destinations.
Crystal River Preserve State Park
More than 27,000 acres are yours to explore in this state park, filled with untouched salt marshes, mangrove islands, and hardwood forests. Experience hiking, kayaking, birdwatching, and more in this wonderful state park.