Econo Lodge West
700 N.W. 75th St.
Gainesville, FL 32607
Phone: (352) 332-2346
Fax: (352) 332-4426
This country club features a 6,526 yard, semiprivate, 18 hole Gary Player Signature golf course, as well as a pro shop, driving range, GPS electronic yardage system, a restaurant, and a 5,000 square foot clubhouse. Other features on site include two swimming pools, four tennis courts, racquetball, and a fitness center.
Enjoy playing at this 6,465 yard, 18 hole, par 72 golf course that features plush fairways and fresh greens plus includes a driving range and a well equipped pro shop.
Situated on what was once an Indian Reservation, this semiprivate 6,289 yard, 18 hole, par 72 golf course is one of the most unusual and challenging championship golf courses in North Central Florida. A driving range and a pro shop are also on site.
This semiprivate 6,570 yard, 18 hole, par 72 golf course features green fairways lined with live oaks, pine trees, and lakes and includes a driving range and a pro shop.
"The Ultimate Golf Practice Facility," this facility includes a 4,200 square foot practice putting and chipping green, as well as a practice sand bunker for fairway and greenside bunker shots.
The Stephen C. O'Connell Center brings people together through a volley of different recreational activities that include swimming, dance, gymnastics, martial arts and much more. University of Florida students, faculty, staff and their spouses can access this center. Guided tours of the center are also available, provided reservations are made in advance.
The "World's Largest Lighted Golf Course," this 3,940 yard, par 60 executive golf course offers challenge to players of all skill levels and includes one of the best pro shops in the area. Professional golf instruction is available.
The Dudley Farm is located in Newberry, Florida. It is also known as the Dudley Farm Historic State Park. The park is spread over 325 acres (131 hectares), and comprises of several historic buildings, the farmhouse with original interiors, a general store and post office. It was listed on National Register of Historic Places on October 4, 2002.
Experience a taste of country living at the charming Morningside Living History Farm in Gainesville. It is located about a 90-minute drive southwest of Jacksonville and features guides dressed in period costumes to show you what went on in a typical day on a turn-of-the-century plantation. Special events are held each Saturday, so you can learn hands-on how to make soap, syrup, applesauce, candles, quilts and cloth. Kids can interact with farm animals, and parents can browse a quaint gift shop. Handmade biscuits and cornbread with fresh butter and cane syrup are served after a long days work.
This company outfits and guides kayaking and canoeing trips on over 30 waterways throughout the region plus offers sales and rentals of canoes, kayaks, and camping equipment.