Rainbow Springs & Dunnellon
|The area known as Rainbow Springs in Dunnellon Florida is awe inspiring. The natural beauty and majesty of the area has attracted people from all over the globe. The spring itself is Florida's fourth largest spring.
Archaeological evidence indicates that people have been using this spring for nearly 10,000 years. From the 1930s through the 1970s, it was the site of a popular, privately-owned attraction with glass bottom boat rides and a zoo.
|Today the area around the spring is a state park. The Rainbow Springs State Park attracts thousands to the area every year to experience the scenic beauty, crystal clear spring waters, tubing, canoeing and kayak adventures.
Many visitors fall in love with the area and cannot leave. There are many residential neighborhoods around Rainbow Springs including: The Villages of Rainbow Springs, Rainbow Springs Golf and Country Club, Grand Park North, The Woodlands, and The Forest at Rainbow Springs.
|There are two tennis facilities at the Villages of Rainbow Springs including two regulation courts located near the swimming pool and cabana area. Organized tennis includes Ladies Play, Men's League Play, Intermediate Men's Open Rotating Play, Mixed Doubles, and a Tennis Clinic. You can also enjoy the nearby Juliette Falls Golf Course, a world class facility.|
|If golf or tennis is not your game, you'll love to select from a multitude of activities such as swimming, billiards, shuffleboard, line dancing, fishing, boating, walking, jogging, bicycling, kayaking & canoeing, and exercising including yoga and aerobics.
Less strenuous activities include crafts, ceramics, quilting, painting classes, bridge, canasta, bunko, Mah Jongg, travel club, garden club, and there is even a singles club. At Rainbow Springs you can stay as busy as you want.
|Rainbow Lakes Estates features three lakes for recreation, Tiger Lake, Lake Bonable, and Little Lake Bonable. In addition to the lakes the nearby Rainbow Springs State Park is home to the Rainbow Springs, one of the largest complex on natural springs in the world and headwaters of the Rainbow River.|
|Additionally the nearby Withlacoochee River feeds into Lake Rousseau. Bass fishing, boating, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, snorkeling, and inner tubing down the river are just some of the nearby activities for the residents of Rainbow Lakes Estate.
For a list of homes for sale in the Dunnellon area including homes for sale in Rainbow Springs or Rainbow Lakes Estates, contact Karen Kirkland today!