Things to Do in the Crystal River Area
Here's some of my recommendations for other things to do in the Crystal River area. Enjoy!
Places to Eat
- Seafood Seller & Cafe
300 SE US Hwy 19, Crystal River
- The Crab Plant
201 NW 5th Street, Crystal River
- Waterfront Social
1610 SE Paradise Cir, Crystal River
- St. Johns Tavern
572 N Citrus Ave, Crystal River
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- Peck's Old Port Cove
139 N. Ozello Trail, Crystal River
Places to Stay
Things to Do
(other than fish)
- Hunter Springs Park
Enjoy an afternoon at beautiful hunter springs, bring some floats and relax in the crystal clear water or just hang out at the parks wonderful beach.
18 NE 2nd St, Crystal River
- Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge
The Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge is part of the United States National Wildlife Refuge System, located in Kings Bay, in the town of Crystal River, and consists of 20 islands and several small parcels of land. The 80-acre refuge (only accessible by boat) was established in 1983, to protect the West Indian Manatee. It is administered as part of the Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge Complex.
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- Crystal River Archaeological State Park
Visit one of the oldest known Indian burial sights in the state of Florida dating all the way back to 600 B.C the welcome center has everything from clay pots to arrow heads. This is definitely a place you do not want to miss when visiting Crystal River.
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- Hunter Springs Kayak Tours
Taking a kayak tour of Kings Bay is one of the best ways to experience what this amazing area has to offer, you’ll be able to get a different perspective of beautiful Crystal River and get some exercise while doing it.
36 NE 4th Street, Crystal River