Visit a Florida Citrus Grove

By: Gary McKechnie

Tour a citrus plant, enjoy fresh fruits or pick up Florida citrus souvenirs at one of these Florida groves.

There’s no perfume as sweet as the fragrance of citrus blossoms, and few sights are as beautiful as a citrus grove bursting with oranges, grapefruits, lemons, limes, and tangerines.

Courtesy of the Florida Department of Citrus, here’s a list of citrus-affiliated organizations, many of which have been in the same family for generations.

When you visit, you’ll find that some include tours of the packing house, others include a walk through the groves to hand-pick fruit fresh from the tree, a few will feature on-site restaurants, and nearly all include retail stores where you’ll find orange blossom honey, candies, ice cream fudge, and a wide assortment of Florida souvenirs with a citrus twist.

Keep in mind that some operations are closed off-season (and sometimes on weekends), so be sure to check in advance before you visit.

Also, inquire when their harvest will be at its peak because there’s nothing quite like seeing a citrus grove going (and growing) strong.

For an in-depth feature on citrus seasons, storage, juicing, and more, read the VISIT FLORIDA feature FAQ About Florida Citrus.

Meanwhile, here are suggestions to help you discover Florida groves, stores, shippers, and other citrus-related attractions.

Al’s Family Farms
2001 N. Kings Highway

Fort Pierce, 34951

(772) 460-0556

(800) 544-3366

Bob Roth's New River Groves
5660 Griffin Road

Davie, 33314

(954) 581-8630

(800) 227-0203

Boyett's Grove
4355 Spring Lake

Brooksville, 34601

(352) 796-2289

Davidson Brothers
248 South Beach Street

Daytona Beach, 32114

(386) 252-7462

Davidson of Dundee
28421 Highway 27 North

Dundee, 33838

(863) 439-1698

(800) 294-2266

Florida Orange Groves Winery
1500 Pasadena Avenue South

St. Petersburg, 33707

(727) 347-4025

(800) 338-7923

Hale Indian River Groves
9250 US Highway 1

Wabasso, 32970

(772) 581-9915

Joshua Citrus
4135 SE County Road 760

Arcadia, 34266

(863) 494-6166

(800) 749-8219

Mixon Fruit Farms
2525 27th Street East

Bradenton, 34208

(941) 748-5829

(800) 608-2525

The Orange Shop
18545 N. US Highway 301

Citra, 32113

(800) 672-6439

Pell's Citrus and Nursery
400 Doyle Road

Osteen, 32764

(407) 322-3873

(800) 459-8897

Poinsettia Groves
1481 US Hwy 1

Vero Beach, 32960

(800) 327-8624

Policicchio Groves
5780 North Courtenay Parkway

Merritt Island, 32953

(321) 452-4866

Reed's Groves
16750 SE County Road 25

Weirsdale, 32195

(352) 821-2915

(877) 248-2575

Ridge Island Groves
6000 Old Polk City Road

Haines City, 33844
(863) 422-0333


320 Highway 27 South

Clermont, 34714

(352) 242-1511

(800) 493-7374

Robert Is Here
19200 SW 344 Street
Homestead, 33034 (Florida City)
(305) 246-1592

Showcase of Citrus
5010 U.S. Highway 27

Clermont, 34714

(352) 394-4377

Spyke's Grove
7250 Griffin Road

Davie, 33314

(954) 583-0426

Sun Groves
3393 SR 580

Safety Harbor, 34695

(727) 726-8484


4030 Madison Street

New Port Richey

(727) 849-8959

(800) 672-6438

Sun Harvest Citrus
14601 Six Mile Cypress Parkway

Fort Myers, 33912

(239) 768-2686

(800) 743-1480

White's Red Hill Groves
3725 South Conway Road

Orlando, 32812

(407) 277-3862

(800) 743-1480

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We're interested in taking a tour of an orange grove in the Titusville, Orlando areas.

Hi Lynn,
Thanks for reaching out.
Your closest offering is Showcase of Citrus | Florida U-Pick Citrus ... in nearby Clermont.
Address: 5010 US-27, Clermont, FL 34714
Phone:(352) 394-4377
Sunny regards,
Lauren Tjaden for VISIT FLORIDA

when are oranges available to be picked? Navels
Hello. We're a familiy and wants to take the short tour on plantation of orange or production of it. Tomorrow we're planning to go to Orlando (at this moment we are in Fort Myers) and we'll back from Orlando to Tampa on Friday. So, we plan to visit the orange factory on Friday, if it possible.
We are planning a trip to Orlando-Kissimmee area in early March. We would love to see some orange and grapefruit trees up close. Maybe even hand pick some to take home. Is this the right time of year and or even something that is offered. If we could get some names in this area I would really appreciate that. Thank you.
Field Manor Foundation is a working farm and citrus grove on Merritt Island Florida. The homestead is a National Register property with the original 1880s home open to visitors who schedule ahead. The property is home to an organic farm, Citrus cultivars both experimental and producing, wetlands, and the riverfront restoration partnership with UCF which includes grasses, oyster bags and oyster mats along 300 plus feet of riverfront.
The mission is to provide a place where people can come and learn about early citrus farming life on Merritt Island. The home is available for touring by appointment. Check out our web site at