Citrus Springs

Citrus Springs is a quaint little golf course community located in the northeastern part of Citrus County offering some of the very best in active living.

In Citrus Springs you can enjoy championship golf courses, incredible fishing/boating, great shopping, and fabulous dining. These are just some of the perks of living in this pristine community specifically designed with nature in mind. Citrus Springs has something to offer for everyone making it an ideal place for both nature and city lovers.

As a resident in Citrus Springs, you can enjoy the exclusive Citrus Springs Golf and Country Club offering golfers an exhilarating challenge with its many rolling hills, fluffy rough, and sand hazards. Golfers of all skill levels will enjoy an afternoon on this meticulously kept course.

Also, just minutes away you can find the El Diablo Golf and Country Club. This is a public course located just north of Citrus Springs voted as one of the best public courses in the United States.

For boaters and outdoor lovers in general, visit the year round cool temperatures of the Rainbow River. This spring fed river maintains a refreshing 72 degrees, and is the ideal place for a lazy afternoon on those hot summer days.

Many rivers meander throughout Citrus County as well as the Gulf of Mexico, all just minutes away from Citrus Springs.

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Citrus County listings last updated Oct 23, 2018 2:39:am.

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