Levy County is home to Cedar Key, Inglis and Yankeetown on Florida's gulf coast. Beautiful and pristine springs such as Devil's Den and Blue Grotto in Williston, Fanning and Manatee Springs State Parks near Chiefland and Blue Springs in Bronson. Withlacochee and historic Suwannee River connect to springs and parks. Goethe State Forest, Lower Suwannee Refuge and Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge are a wonderland of trails. Primary focus is nature-based tourism with birding, boating, horseback riding and fishing.
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The Lost Railroad is an intense environment with darkness, live insects and reptiles, loud noises, and small spaces! This fundraising event on the farm is NOT recommended for children under 13!
The Lost Railroad, Lost in Time.
Search for the legend of an old Carnival train that derailed off its tracks in the late 1800's, just south of the little town of Williston, Florida during a terrible storm. There is documented history of the storm that came in off the Gulf and ravaged the area, but no recorded history, or even mentions of the wreck. When the townspeople came out the next morning it had completely disappeared. Or did it? Come out to the
arm and find the Lost Railroad!
Once you've discovered the Lost Railroad you'll find plenty of things to do, if your brave enough. All 4 complete Haunts, additional Scare Zones, Bad Apple ride, and the scary movie on the giant movie screen are included with admission. PLEASE read ALL WARNINGS prior to registration!
The Lost Railroad is an intense environment with darkness, gunfire, fire, live reptiles, loud noises, and small spaces! This fundraising event on the farm may not be suitable for small children.http://www.kirbyfarm.com/
Yankeetown Arts, Crafts, & Seafood Festival 34th Annual
November 19, 2016 - November 20, 2016
Welcome to the Annual Yankeetown Arts, Crafts & Seafood Festival!
Come join us November 19-20, 2016. Saturday's hours are from 9am-5pm and Sunday's hours are from 9am-4pm.
This event is held down the beautiful tree-lined boulevard of Riverside Drive in Yankeetown- an "old Florida" coastal village on the Florida's Nature Coast.
Admission and parking is free.
Event will have food, beverages, entertainment, fine arts, crafts, games, and unique merchandise. Come for a day, or the whole weekend!
Kirby Family Farm is transformed into a Christmas wonderland, an unforgettable holiday attraction the whole family can enjoy. There are lots of activities to see and do including the featured train ride through thousands of Christmas lights pulled by an old-fashioned, full size 1800’s locomotive, one of only three just like her still in operation in the world.
Watch Santa come to town on an elephant! Take a quick trek to the Christmas lighting ceremony, held in Heritage Park, 444 NW Main Street immediately following the parade. This exciting evening includes Christmas entertainment along with food and beverages available.
Come out and celebrate our watermelon harvest at Chiefland's Annual Watermelon Festival! There will be a parade and pageant, free samples of the area's fresh delicious chilled watermelon and a variety of fresh local food, arts & crafts and other vendors.
Family, Fun, Food, Fireworks & Parade are all on hand as we Celebrate Old Glory! The parade begins on Noble Ave. by the High School at 5:00 p.m. Immediately following the parade festivities continue in Williston Horseman’s Park located 1 mile South of Williston on Hwy 41. The gates open to the public at 6:00 p.m. There is no admission fee and children’s amusement rides and entertainment all evening long are all free. The public is asked for a $2.00 per car donation to park. This is a donation and not required. The festival features several food and beverage vendors as well as many other July 4th holiday vendors. Bring your lawn chairs,
blankets and the whole family for an American Spirit filled evening. Fireworks will be set off at dusk.