Citrus Springs

The community of Citrus Springs is located on the northeast corner of Citrus County and encompasses 15,000 acres of prime real estate. The community is named for the crystal clear fresh water springs that exist in the area, including the Rainbow River, Florida's second largest artesian spring.

Citrus Springs is a community that combines the best Florida has to offer! Climate, recreation, natural beauty, location, medical facilities, and shopping, all this in a master planned community where affordability doesn't sacrifice quality and style.

When you ask residents how they came to live in Citrus County, they will say it was serendipity, finding something wonderful by accident. They either came to visit or were "just passing through" and discovered this treasure, off the beaten track of the busy highways and bustling cities of Florida.

Citrus Springs

Everyday this beautiful community will be an adventure of your choosing. Enjoy the natural beauty and amenities the community provides or take a short trip to Florida destinations more familiar to the millions of tourists who visit each year.

  • Orlando, with its theme parks, is the number 1 tourist destination in the world!
  • Tampa, with beautiful Busch Gardens and professional football, baseball, and ice hockey teams, is also the winter home of the New York Yankees.
  • Swim with the Manatees in Beautiful Kings Bay in Crystal River.
  • Take a drive through the magnificent thoroughbred farms of Marion County "Horse Capital of the World."
  • Tee off on one of Citrus County's 12 public courses including the Citrus Springs Country Club.
  • Rock Crusher Canyon in Crystal River is Florida's largest natural outdoor amphitheater and has played host to a variety of legendary performers such as Glen Campbell, Hootie and the Blowfish, Barbara Mandrell, Molly Hatchett, Alabama, and more.
  • Three community theater playhouses across the county provide a stage for some of the best talent around performing comedy to the classics.
  • Shopping is available from the community boutique shops to modern malls with all the familiar retail stores like Macy's, Dillard's, Sears, Old Navy, Barnes & Noble, and Wal-Mart just to name a few.
  • The best medical care in the country is nearby, with top-rated hospitals, physicians and specialists.
  • The community also offers 950 recreational acres with tennis courts, a baseball diamond, basketball courts, numerous parks, and picnic areas.


Although Citrus County provides a welcome escape from the metropolitan masses in Florida, it definitely isn't isolated from civilization. Every amenity is offered.

Local School Information

  • The area public schools are rated the best in Florida.
  • 11 Elementary, 4 Middle, and 3 High Schools serve the Citrus County area.


For your child’s continuing education, there is the College of Central Florida and fifty miles to the north, in Gainesville, Florida is the University of Florida, which is ranked 47th out of 199 US colleges.

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Perfectly Located in Citrus Springs

Citrus County is situated on Florida's Nature Coast and features 19,000 acres of fresh water lakes, 52 miles of Gulf Coast and 106 miles of rivers which are sure to delight fishing, canoeing, boating, swimming, diving, and snorkeling enthusiasts.

First time visitors are amazed and enchanted with our unique Florida topography of lush green rolling hills, stately oak trees, tall pines, lakes, rivers, and our Gulf of Mexico coastline. Our affordable, safe, and friendly neighborhoods are beautifully maintained and provide the opportunity to someday own a custom-built dream home. Our mild coastal temperatures, which average between a low of 55° and a high of 85°, are sure to bring a smile to potential home owners.

If you searched Florida over, you would soon discover that no other county could offer the same combination of residential choices, friendliness, and value found here. Citrus County provides an escape from the crowds without sacrificing convenience.

So whether you prefer to stay above the water or under it, the recreational opportunities are endless.