Eco-Tourism

Eco-Tourism

Eco-Tourism Many of Levy County’s cities closely identify with some sort of natural attraction or history that draws many visitors every year. This area depends economically, in part, to these parks and historic places. Visiting the area is not only a trip back...
Equestrian

Equestrian

Equestrian Horse trails abound in the Greater Chiefland Area. One of the best trails is the Nature Coast State Trail. Equestrian trails parallel some portions of the paved trail and will eventually run its entire length. Currently, parking for equestrians can be found...
Fishing

Fishing

Fishing Chiefland and its surrounding towns are ideal for fishing. Take your pick from state parks, the Suwannee River, or the Gulf of Mexico to satisfy your hunger for the sport. The Suwannee River abounds with great freshwater fishing. Largemouth bass, redear...
Golf

Golf

Golf Golf courses are located just about anywhere in Florida and the Chiefland area is no exception. Just a few minutes from the city is Chiefland Golf and Country Club. Recently, the club’s members have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars renovating and...
Heritage

Heritage

Heritage Levy County has one of the richest and fullest histories in this area of the state. Initially, several Native American tribes, including the Timucuan Indians, settled in the area to farm the land. One minor chief ruled each individual tribe; these minor...
Hunting

Hunting

Hunting Hunting is a popular pastime in this part of the state. There are five management areas near Chiefland, including Andrews Wildlife Management Area, Cedar Key Scrub Wildlife Management Area, Goethe Wildlife Management area, Gulf Hammock Wildlife Management...