Levy County Florida – Florida’s Nature Coast
Levy County Florida – discover your next adventure in a world of natural wonders far beyond the hustle and noise of man-made attractions. Outdoor enthusiasts and sportsmen have long found a wealth of opportunities within the boundaries of Levy County. Word has spread about this diverse, unspoiled region known as “Florida’s Natural Paradise” where the human population is dwarfed by the multitude of birds and wildlife that call the area home.
The Inglis/Yankeetown area of southern Levy County is one of the last waterfront gems of Central Florida and is strongly reminiscent of Florida as it was many years ago. Located in the Big Bend section of the Gulf Coast, Levy County is large in area (705,208 acres) yet sparsely populated. (Under 35,000 people) The Withlacoochee River, an outstanding Florida Waterway, forms the southern boundary and is the dividing line between Citrus and Levy Counties.
This area is ideal for retirement or for raising your family. Homes both on and off the water are still affordable from modest to magnificent. We have 2 great restaurants in our hometown including the famous “Izaak Walton Lodge located on the River and the newly redone Riverland Cafe in Inglis. So…What are you waiting for? ”Come on down stay a spell” and if you decide to stay awhile there are several quaint cottages and homes to rent while you are here. When we meet we promise to give you a taste of “Southern Hospitality” and you will, like us, want to call this place Home!