Location is everything! Experience luxury and relaxation in Homosassa with our exclusive 5-star vacation home. The residence spans a spacious 3,100 square feet, offering 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and ample room for up to 10 guests. The home features a well-appointed kitchen, a welcoming living room for relaxation, and a deck/patio area where you can immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the outdoors. As our valued guest, you’ll enjoy complimentary access to three kayaks and a paddleboard. Nestled right on the captivating Homosassa River, your stay promises breathtaking views that set the stage for an unforgettable getaway.
Rest easy knowing our dedicated cleaning services adhere rigorously to CDC guidelines. Recently renovated by new owners, this home has been meticulously designed to provide a comfortable and rejuvenating escape, showcasing the very essence of Homosassa’s charm.
Scallop Tours offer an exciting, family-friendly experience. Dive into the clear waters of the Nature Coast, snorkeling in depths of 2 to 4 feet. Explore the underwater world, encountering marine life like tropical fish, turtles, seahorses, and vibrant corals. Scallops steal the show. After your underwater adventure, savor delicious bay scallops.
Homosassa, hidden in Florida’s “Nature Coast,” offers unspoiled wilderness and great fishing. Three rivers flow through backcountry and flats, leading to the bay and the Gulf of Mexico, passing nature reserves. Homosassa’s pristine coastline rivals the Everglades, offering abundant fish and fewer crowds.
Homosassa’s diverse ecosystems cater to novice and experienced anglers. Find Redfish and Spotted Seatrout in the rivers. Spring is prime for Tarpon, while Snook are active in warmer weather. Near Homosassa, the Gulf has Snappers and Groupers year-round. For larger catches, head offshore to the “Middle Grounds.” Cobia are found in spring, and Amberjack peak in spring or late fall.
You can fish from shore, kayak, pier, or charter. Explore riversides, rocky outcroppings, and calm inshore waters with your kayak. Homosassa offers various fishing spots for different preferences. The fishing season is active year-round, with regulations for specific species.
Waterfowl hunting in Homosassa spans from September to January, with sub-seasons for different species. The temperate climate and varied habitat attract migratory waterfowl like mottled ducks, wood ducks, and blue-winged teal. Other species include northern pintails, shovelers, ring-necked ducks, and more.
Chassahowitzka Wildlife Management Area (WMA)
This vast protected area in Hernando County preserves diverse habitats, including sandhill, wetlands, and forests. It’s home to various wildlife species and popular for deer and hog hunting. Cave diving is also a draw, but safety is crucial.
Kayaking in Homosassa
Explore the Nature Coast Canoe and Kayak Trail, a 20-mile route winding through salt marshes. It passes through wildlife refuges, offering birding and wildlife viewing opportunities. Ensure you have essential equipment, including a life jacket, and plan your route in advance.
For a more manageable experience, consider paddling the trail in 5-mile segments, which typically take 3 to 4 hours to complete. It’s a great opportunity for birding and wildlife viewing, especially the first stretch from Fort Island Trail Park along the Crystal and Salt Rivers down to the John Brown Boat Ramp. Leave a second vehicle at your planned take-out point for convenience.
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