Top 7 Things to do in Old Town, United States

August 8, 2017 Chanda Heide

Discover the best top things to do in Old Town, United States including Fanning Springs State Park, Island Time Charters, Manatee Springs State Park, Hart Springs, Nature Coast State Trail, Dakotah Winery, Anderson Outdoor Adventures.
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1. Fanning Springs State Park

18020 NW US Highway 19, Fanning Springs, FL 32693-7025 +1 352-463-3420
Excellent
62%
Good
32%
Satisfactory
4%
Poor
2%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 104 reviews

Fanning Springs State Park

Reviewed By 68beachbum - Mobile, Alabama

A really cool place to take a break on a road trip. We travel down to the tampa area every year to visit family. I get tired of the interstate races. So I like to take hwy 19 down sometimes. About 1/2 way down when you cross the swaunee river just past the rest stop is the state park and one of the coolest swimming hole I've found. Kids love it and so do I because it's a great sleeping pill for them after they get back in the car.

2. Island Time Charters

202 William Street, Old Town, FL
Excellent
96%
Good
2%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 35 reviews

Island Time Charters

Key West fishing charters, shark fishing, spear fishing, lobstering, diving and snorkeling, inshore, offshore, and flats fishing, and much more!

Reviewed By otavioclark - Campinas, SP

We were 3 people, unexperienced scuba divers - this was our first dive after the checkout. We choose Jimmy due to the reviews on trip advisor and could no have done a better choice.
He delivered exactly what we asked- an easy, shallow, no drifts scuba dive spot. We spent 3 hours in the water and the support from Jimmy was superb.
Highly recommended!
The most coincidence - he had lived in Brazil, in the same city I live today.

3. Manatee Springs State Park

Chiefland, FL +1 352-493-6072
Excellent
59%
Good
28%
Satisfactory
10%
Poor
2%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 390 reviews

Manatee Springs State Park

Warm spring water sends the manatees here for the winter months.

Reviewed By BPYC - Hudson, Florida

This is a truly wonderful state park. No huge bells and whistles, just laid back nature. Hiking trails, clear springs, spacious campsites, clean restrooms, snorkeling, scuba, swimming, paddling. Close to the Suwanee River, part of an underwater cave system Enjoyable 2 or 3 days.

4. Hart Springs

4250 SW 86th Ave, Bell, FL 32619-1970 +1 352-463-3444
Excellent
33%
Good
0%
Satisfactory
67%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

3.5 based on 3 reviews

Hart Springs

Reviewed By ashleenwalker - San Antonio, Texas

The park is pretty nice. Lots of parking, especially if you arrive early. It has pavilions available to rent and plenty of picnic tables for those who don't want to pay. There's a playground for kids but it's kind of in the sun so it gets hot fast. The springs are nice and cold all day! The bathrooms on site were pretty gross though. There are also bees and wasps everywhere, to the point where there are roped off areas with signs that said "bee sting hazard." I don't know if I'd go again but my friends and I had a pretty good time while we were there.

5. Nature Coast State Trail

North Main Street, Trenton, FL
Excellent
58%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
7%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 14 reviews

Nature Coast State Trail

Reviewed By 387indy - Coral Springs, Florida

The Nature Coast Trail highlight is the senic train trestle about four miles west of Fanning Springs. The trail is 31.7 miles of paved bike trail, there are three spokes to three small towns ( each with less than 2,000 people: Cross City, Trenton, and Chiefland ). Everyone stops at the train trestle to look at the swiftly flowing Suwanee. You will need to go over to Manatee or Fanning Springs to see Manatee, but the senic stretch from Fanning to North of the trestle you will see a lot of trees, birds and animals. The 7 mile stretch that goes to Trenton has shade from the trees along the farmland. All three towns have a pavillian, parking and restrooms.

6. Dakotah Winery

14365 NW Highway 19, Chiefland, FL 32626-2249 +1 352-493-9309
Excellent
74%
Good
21%
Satisfactory
4%
Poor
1%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 96 reviews

Dakotah Winery

Reviewed By Greg D - Jacksonville, Florida

Visited Dakotah Winery while camping at Manatee Springs. Wonderful establishment--very interesting and well stocked gift shop---fun wine tasting experience---beautiful grounds and fish pond--owners and staff very personable and knowledgeable of their wines. They had 3 dry (2 red and 1 white) plus numerous other sweet wines, along with very fine port at 18% alcohol and a sherry desert wine. Prices were reasonable for a boutique winery. Even though the power went out during the thunderstorm--they continued to pour their wine.

7. Anderson Outdoor Adventures

11650 NW 115th St, Chiefland, FL 32626-8099 +1 352-493-1699
Excellent
75%
Good
18%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
3%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 60 reviews

Anderson Outdoor Adventures

Anderson's Outdoor Adventures is located inside Manatee Springs State Park. We provide canoes and kayak rentals and a Full Menu of mouth watering BBQ right inside the park. We are the only BBQ Restaurant in Chiefland, FL that has swimming, a playground, beer, and great BBQ!

Reviewed By SWSMSCa - CA

This trip on the Suwanee River was absolutely delightful. So peaceful, calm and interesting. Our guide, Charlie Anderson, has a true appreciation for this lovely trip. He gave us so many informative tips on what the history of the area is as well as pointing out the nature aspects. The food after the trip was tasty and most appreciated! Don't miss this if you are in the area and if you are nearby, detour in order to go

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