Inglis / Yankeetown
Just a few minutes north of Crystal River Florida lies a quiet, untouched, welcoming community.
The town of Inglis in Levy County Florida is a nature lover's paradise. Located on the banks of the Withlacoochee and a short distance from the Gulf of Mexico,
Inglis is densely populated with forest, waterways, and wildlife.
With so much to do right here in Inglis, you may never want to leave. Outdoor activities surround you here on Florida's Nature Coast.
There is great salt water and fresh water fishing, boating, bird watching, hiking, antiqueing, and much more.
In Inglis Florida, you'll often find residents taking part is water fun. The Gulf of Mexico is in close proximity, there are several lakes, rivers, and springs, and the Withlacoochee is never more that minutes away.
Set out for a day in the sunny weather and go boating, canoeing, kayaking, and snorkeling. Make time to head to the Gulf for some great deep sea fishing and some exciting world record tarpon fishing.
Here, you can book a fishing trip with some of the best, and most knowledgeable, guides in Florida.
The peaceful community of Inglis Fl offers some great schools. There is also a very low crime rate making an idyllic environment for raising a family.
When it comes to real estate nothing can equal the spectacular waterfront property available in Inglis. Take this opportunity to own some of the most beautiful property on the Nature Coast.
Inglis is home to one of the biggest public works projects in Florida's history. The Marjorie
Harris Carr Cross Florida Gateway is a 110 mile long corridor that connects a wide variety of natural habitats.
It runs from the Gulf of Mexico to the St. Johns River. Along this premier gateway there are many trails and recreational areas where visitors and nature lovers can experience the wonders of Florida's Nature Coast.
One of the more colorful neighborhoods within Inglis is Yankeetown.
The area was literally cut out of the wilderness by northern adventurers searching for the perfect fishing hidaway. Well they found it and word got out.
Today Yankeetown is world famous for its fishing and unspoiled environment.