inverness fl is located in Citrus County which is situated on what is known as the 'Nature Coast' in the central gulf coast region. The whole county is devoted to water recreational activities such as boating, kayaking and fishing due to the enormous amount of natural waterways that wind their way through the area. In fact the northernmost area of the county is the setting for 4 of florida's designated outstanding waterways - the rivers of Homosassa, Crystal, Withlacoochee and Chassahowitzka. Because the area is such a preserve of natural beauty, the spring-fed waters of Homosassa and Crystal rivers are home to the largest herd of manatees in the U.S from October through to March.
The city of inverness florida is set on the banks of the Tsala Apopka Lake. Here you will find a haven for fishermen with fishing camps, an historic town center and the 46 mile Withlacoochee State Trail which offers a large variety of recreational activities from fishing and paddling to hiking, biking and horseback riding. A vacation in inverness florida is a great choice for vacationers seeking a natural style resort in which they can explore the florida of old.