Homosassa Riverside Resort
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Dan and Michelle came over at 11am and we then set off, we stopped at a gas station on the 52 to meet up with LA, Terri, Wes and Sarah and then ride to the Rattlesnake festival at San Antoinio. It was a great ride, sun shining, perfect. For the rattlesnake festival they close down the town and there is loads going on, saw some great framed pics at super prices but couldn't carry them We met up with Fred ...
... of the present owners. The monkeys are fed twice a day from a menu designed specifically for them consisting of: green leafy vegetables, bananas, oranges, sweet potatoes, raw peanuts and monkey chow. They stay on the island because they prefer not to swim and the river acts as a natural barrier. They still delight the Yardarm and hotel guests with their playful ...
Pretty good breakfast and we're ready to leave the room, Peter says leave the card keys on the table but I say I'll take them back to reception and meet you out front. While I'm waiting for the guy to print my bill he suddenly rushes out & it's because Peter has reversed the car into the down pipe on the front wall outside the reception! Peter gives him the insurance details but he insists that it is Florida law that the police have to come to make a report so he ...
You have probably read where we have been on this search to see the Manatee in the wild. We decided to head further north in Florida to a Wildlife State Park where they have wild manatees as well as manatees that are in their care. It is a refuge for not only the manatee but other native Florida animals. We found a private RV park nearby and it had a swimming pool! The park was pretty old but the swimming pool was in wonderful ...
Homosassa Springs is home to Florida's natural wildlife and is a refuge for manatees, also known as "sea cows". These mammals are very endangered and the park acts as a refuge and rehabilitation center. The only animal here that is not native to Florida is "Lu", a hippo that has lived at the park all his ...