- TripBuzz found 83 things to do with kids in or near Inverness, Florida, including 73 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Homosassa, Crystal River, Ocala and Brooksville.
- From Rails to Trails South Citrus Springs Bike Trail to Old Courthouse Heritage Museum, the Inverness area offers 53 different types of family activities, including: Bike Paths, Parks, History Museums and Dog Park.
- The city of Inverness sits on the eastern border of Florida and is home to the 10,000 acre Flying Eagle Preserve. Bordered by beautiful lakes, forests and natural parks, the area takes pride in its dedication to preserving the local wildlife. The city holds the annual Great American Cooter Festival, in honor of the Cooter Turtle, drawing tourists from surrounding areas.
96% 71 votes
US 41 on South Citrus Springs Blvd, Inverness, FL 34451 MoreLess Info
Rails to Trails South Citrus Springs Bike Trails is a unique and clean, a safe trail for every cyclist. The 46 mile trail stretches along railroad track that has been paved over, the trail is a smooth ride with few hills and plenty of beautiful surroundings.
Built in 1912, the Old Courthouse Heritage Museum is listed on the national register of historic places. Exhibits include those devoted to the county's early pioneer days and the impact of the film industry on central Florida.
88% 162 votes
12430 E Gulf to Lake Hwy, Inverness, FL 34450 MoreLess Info
The US Coastguard Approved wetland tours are a great way for families to experience Florida's wetlands up close and personal. Tours include a look at the swamp wildlife, alligator spotting, and more.
Treat your furry family member to a vacation at Bark Central Dog Park. Features of the park include separate small and large dog areas, training yards, a thorough screening for every dog, and 15 acres of off leash areas.
69% 55 votes
3100 South Old Floral City Road, Inverness, FL 34450 MoreLess Info
Fort Cooper State Park is home to the crystal waters of Lake Holathlikaha and a fort for the First Georgia Battalion of Volunteers. The historic spot now offers camping, picnicking, hiking, birding, and more.
100% 2 votes
104 Dr Martin Luther King Jr Avenue, Inverness, FL 34450 MoreLess Info
A place called Cooter Pond Park features a boardwalk, scenic overlooks, and picnic areas for kids and adults. It is a place where nature is observed and wildlife is housed, but feeding and disturbing them is prohibited.
Located on Lake Henderson, Wallace Brooks Park can be used for biking, walking, fishing, kayaking and canoeing. The park features a children's playground, picnic tables, grills, restroom facilities and an area for shuffleboard.
35% 26 votes
4555 East Windmill Drive, Inverness, FL 34453 MoreLess Info
Lakeside Golf & Country Club is a perfect location for golfers of every skill level. With 51 sand traps, tree-lines fairways, undulating greens, an abandoned phosphate mine, and numerous dog legs, this unique course has something you've never seen before.