Econo Lodge University
2649 S.W. 13th St.
Gainesville, FL 32608
Phone: (352) 373-7816
Fax: (352) 372-9099
2649 S.W. 13th St., Gainesville, FL, US, 32608
- Phone: (352) 373-7816
- Fax: (352) 372-9099
The 57-acre Bivens Arm Nature Park is filled with oak hammock and marsh and includes a one-mile nature trail with a 1,200 foot boardwalk, a wildlife sanctuary, picnic tables, and a pavilion.
The University of Florida is a grant-based research university that strives to promote education and innovation among its students. This school is the second largest in the state by student population and is ranked among the top 100 research universities in the world.
Formerly known as the Engineering Industries Building, the Weil Hall is a historic structure. The Weil Hall has been serving as a main university for engineering and industries building. The view from the classrooms was amazing as it could capture the Gator football games that was a interest for most of the students.
A primary hall avenue in the city of Gainesville in the U.S. State of Florida is the Peabody Hall. The ancient hall avenue stands to immense monumental significance. It is famously situated on the campus of the University of Florida. The architecturally flamboyant hall structure is one of the most renowned works of celebrated architect William A. Edward. The site has paved its way to the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1979.
Formerly known as the Women's Gymnasium, the Kathryn Chicone Ustler Hall is a beautiful historic structure that is located at the campus of Florida. Originally started as an assembly hall and sports venue, for several years, it later came to be used as a venue for hosting women's sporting events too. After several years of preservation, the building currently stands as a faculty and administrative office and also houses the seminar classrooms. It is a home to the Center for Women's and Gender Studies Research.
Thomas Hall is located at Gainesville, Florida. This building is named after William Reuben Thomas who was the Gainesville mayor and businessman responsible for bringing the University of Florida to Gainesville. It was built in the year 1905 and was designed by illiam Augustus Edwards in the Collegiate Gothic style of architecture. It was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on October 1, 1974.
A city that is rich in history and culture, and is an epitome of culturally diverse communities living together successfully, Gainesville is located in the Alachua County, and is also its county seat. Though the city was incorporated in 1869, settlements arrived here long before that time, with archeological evidence suggesting that human life existed here over 12,000 years ago. Centuries later, the Europeans arrived, and there was a cultural explosion, with both merging together to create overtime what Gainesville is today. A visit to this charmingly vibrant city, full of museums, theaters, concert halls, bars, and more, will surely be worht your while. Call to know more.
A recreational trail designed for walking, cycling and horseback riding, Gainesville-Hawthorne Trail is a total of 16 miles and runs from Boulware Springs Park through the Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park and the Lochloosa Wildlife Management Area.
Three miles southeast of downtown Gainesville, Boulware Springs Park and Historic Waterworks features a spring run stream that runs through upland mixed forest, which can include hickory, live oak, sweet gum, and water chestnut oak.
Known as one of the oldest surviving structures in the University of Florida, The Epworth Hall is however no longer a part of the university. When it was a part of the University the Hall featured classrooms, offices, library, and also a study hall. This hall is yet historical and was added on to the National Register, it is worth a visit whenever the one visits the university.
Established in 1972, the Westside Park along with its recreation center has been a popular recreational spot for many years now. This well maintained parkland offers tennis, basketball and racquetball courts, baseball fields and shaded trails to walk. There is a swimming pool which anyone can avail of at a very affordable price. With three different playgrounds for children of varying age groups, it is a hit among families and kids.
Developed and operated by the North Florida Botanical Society, the 62-acre Kanapaha Botanical Gardens consists of 14 major collections, the state's largest public display of bamboos, and the largest herb garden in the Southeast. Kanapaha is the host of the Annual Spring Garden Festival, the region's premier horticultural event; and the Annual Winter Bamboo Sale.