Citrus County Florida

  Your guide to Citrus County, FL since 1997

Citrus County Places

Citrus County Arlington
Arlington is a Ghost Town, the location has been rebuild as a housing development.

Citrus County Beverly Hills

Citrus County Black Diamond

Citrus County Calphos
Ghost Town

Citrus County Catawaba
Ghost Town

Citrus County chassahowitzka

Citrus County Citronelle

Citrus County Citrus Hills

Citrus County Citrus Springs
Citrus Springs is a housing development in north Citrus County

Citrus County Clear Springs Lake

Citrus County Crystal River
Crystal River is a city in Citrus County, Florida, United States. The population was 3,485 at the 2000 census.(4,044 in 1990). According to the U.S Census estimates of 2005, the city had a population of 3,600. [1] The city was incorporated in 1903 and is the self professed "Home of the Manatee". Crystal River is located on the Crystal River and is home to a nuclear power plant, the Crystal River 3 Nuclear Generating Station. Crystal River Preserve State Park is located nearby, and Crystal River Archaeological State Park is located in the city's northwest side.There was once a railroad that had an other end there going northwest to the withlacoochee trail formally the withlacoochee trail. Crystal River is at the heart of the Nature Coast of Florida. The City is situated around Kings Bay, which is spring-fed so keeps a constant temperature year round. Kings Bay is home to nearly 400 manatee during the winter and is one of the few places where people can inter-act with them in their natural conditions. As of 2007 the city police was replaced by the sheriffs department.

Citrus County Cutlers
Cutlers or Cutlers Spur is a ghost town in Citrus County

Citrus County Cypress Island

Citrus County Felicia
Ghost Town

Citrus County Floral City
While not an incorporated city, we still refer to Floral City as a city. Floral City was the largest town in Florida at one time.

Citrus County Forest Lakes

Citrus County Fort Island
Rumored to once be the hideout of Al Capone, Fort Island is now known only as a gulf beach.

Citrus County Gospel Island

Citrus County Gulf Junction
Ghost Town

Citrus County Harrison
Ghost Town

Citrus County Holder

Citrus County Homosassa

Citrus County Homosassa Springs
an unincorporated town that sprung up arround the Homosassa Springs Park, now known as the Homosassa springs state wildlife park.

Citrus County Hooper

Citrus County Inverness
The City of Inverness, incorporated in 1919. Inverness was established in 1889. Its original name was Tompkinsville. According to the late historian Mary McRae of Homosassa, Inverness got its name from a lonely Scotsman, far away from his home, who gazed upon the blue waters of the Native American-named Lake Tsala Apoka and thought, “but it looks like Inverness, between the headlands and the lochs’ in Scotland. Inverness replaced Mannfield as the county seat in 1891.

Citrus County Jumeau

Citrus County Lake Floral

Citrus County Landrum
Ghost Town

Citrus County Lecanto

Citrus County Magnolia Lakes

Citrus County Mannfield
Mannfield, now a ghost town located in the state forest was the original county seat of Citrus County.

Citrus County Orleans
Ghost Town

Citrus County Ozello

Citrus County Paradise Point

Citrus County Pine Lake

Citrus County Pine Ridge

Citrus County Pineola

Citrus County Red Level

Citrus County Seacoll
Ghost Town

Citrus County South Dunnellon

Citrus County Stage Pond
Ghost Town

Citrus County Sugarmill Woods