Category Archives: Things To Do

Micanopy Florida – The Little Town That Time Forgot

September 18, 2020 by Corey A Edwards

Micanopy FloridaMicanopy FL, a tiny town 12 miles south of Gainesville, is more than meets the eye. Not only is it Florida’s oldest, continually inhabited inland settlement, with 38 buildings on the National Historic Register, it’s also an antiquers paradise and served as backdrop for two major motion pictures.

Micanopy (Mick-ah-NO-pee) may be exceedingly small, with a one square mile footprint and just under 650 residents, but it’s also Old Florida at its best.

Massive live oaks draped in Spanish moss shade turn-of-the-century buildings housing antiques shops, gift shops, and outdoor cafes. In fact, nearly all of Micanopy is a historic district.

The town, named after the Seminole chief of the Second Seminole War, started out as an Indian trading post in 1821. While much of the town had to be rebuilt after the Second Seminole War in the 1830s, those buildings are now on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Cedar Lakes Woods and Gardens

August 9, 2020 by Corey A Edwards

overhead view of Cedar Lakes Woods and GardensVisit Cedar Lakes Woods and Gardens only if you’re not opposed to having your breath taken away. This incredible North Florida attraction includes more than 50 separate gardens with cascading waterfalls, koi ponds, swans, and endless stunning views.

Had you visited the site of Cedar Lakes Woods and Gardens as recently as 1990, you would have found not a series of gorgeous botanical gardens but a polluted swamp in the remains of an abandoned lime rock quarry. That’s what Dr. Raymond Webber found when he discovered the property.

Luckily for all of us, however, Webber could imagine beyond the 110-year old abandoned quarry. Over two decades of hard work followed. Quarry walls were lined with concrete and rock planters, stones were stacked for walkways and walls. Islands, pools, and cascading waterfalls were created. Pavilions, gazebos, concrete walkways, and bridges of Brazilian walnut.

Though his vision evolved as he made it reality, in 2014 the gates opened on a space transformed.

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Subterranean Diving at Devil’s Den Prehistoric Spring

July 16, 2020 by Corey A Edwards

Devils Den Prehistoric SpringLooking for new and unique experiences during your Florida getaway? Visit Devil’s Den Prehistoric Spring and snorkel or scuba dive in the translucent blue, underground waters of a natural karst cave!

As anyone who knows Florida can tell you, there is simply no end to the fun and fantastic experiences that can be had here. The Sunshine State is a cornucopia of stunning natural attractions, vibrant wildlife, and friendly communities bursting with things to see, do, and experience.

Even amidst all this variety, however, Devil’s Den Prehistoric Spring stands out as a unique and unusual opportunity.

A Prehistoric Swimming Hole

Devil’s Den Spring is a karst window, or sinkhole, leading to a natural stone chamber filled with water from a subterranean river. Part of the cave’s ceiling collapsed millions of years ago, exposing the pool below.

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Visit Both Nature and the Past at Morningside Nature Center

June 14, 2020 by Corey A Edwards

Morningside Nature Center boardwalkCome soak up some of Florida’s natural beauty while simultaneously stepping back in time at Gainesville’s premier nature park, Morningside Nature Center.

Morningside Nature Center, located in Gainesville, FL, is a 268 acre preserve protecting the city’s largest remaining stand of longleaf pine. The center is crisscrossed with more than six miles of hiking trails leading through a variety of ecosystems. It’s also home to a popular, seasonal, Living History Farm that brings the 1870s to life today.

Best of all, it’s only a 20 minute drive from our Gainesville area inn, Hampton Lake Bed & Breakfast!

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O’Leno State Park and River Rise Preserve

May 15, 2020 by Corey A Edwards

O'Leno State Park River Sink

The Santa Fe River Sink at O’Leno State Park

Looking to get out, away from the crowds, and soak up some of Florida’s natural beauty? O’Leno State Park and the nearby River Rise Preserve offer hiking, biking, paddling, fishing, sinkholes, and even an underground river!

O’Leno State Park has the distinction of being one of Florida’s first state parks, developed in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). The park is located along the banks of the Santa Fe River, about 45 minutes west of our north Florida inn, Hampton Lake Bed and Breakfast.

Interestingly, the Santa Fe River disappears underground into the Bellamy Cave system as it passes through the park. The river flows through limestone passages, some 140 feet below ground, before reemerging three miles away in River Rise Preserve State Park.

The River Sink, where the Santa Fe disappears below ground, is located about a half mile downstream from O’Leno State Park’s main parking area. When river levels are low, the sink resembles a simple pond. When water levels are high, however, the sink swirls down and around in a counter clockwise direction.

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Silver Springs State Park – Glass Bottom Boat Tours

April 11, 2020 by Corey A Edwards

Alligator basking at Silver Springs State ParkSilver Springs State Park is well known for its natural springs, copious wildlife, glass-bottomed boats, and more. This popular and famous outdoor destination has been attracting visitors since the 1820’s and is only an hour’s drive of our North Florida inn, Hampton Lake Bed and Breakfast.

Silver Springs State Park, previously Silver River State Park, opened to the public in 1987 but has been a tourist attraction, some say Florida’s first, since the 1800’s. Even the park’s most famous feature – glass bottomed boat tours – is over 100 years old, having first been offered in 1870! In fact, Silver Springs is the birthplace of glass bottomed boats.

Silver Springs State Park is located on the Silver River, just west of Ocala National Forest. The 4,000-acre park includes the entire 5-mile Silver River and the sandhill forest that surrounds it.

The park now promotes its vast collection of natural habitats and eco-tourism activities showcasing Silver Springs. Springsfest, one of its biggest annual events, celebrates the efforts to protect and restore all Florida springs and waterways.

Lots of things have changed since those early days but one thing remains a constant: Silver Springs’ popularity.

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Kanapaha Botanical Gardens – the Southeast’s Largest Herb Garden

November 22, 2019 by Corey A Edwards

Bamboo Grove Kanapaha Botanical Gardens

Looking up in the bamboo grove at Kanapaha Botanical Gardens.

If you, like so many visitors to Florida, are fascinated by the local vegetation and what can be grown here, you owe it to yourself to visit Gainesville’s Kanapaha Botanical Gardens! Kanapaha is not only home to the biggest herb garden in the southeast, it also has Florida’s largest public display of live bamboo!

Perhaps we here at Hampton Lake Bed & Breakfast are biased. Our Gainesville area inn is surrounded by 60 acres of open field and the shores of a natural cypress lake – Hampton Lake.

We feel lucky, surrounded by so much natural beauty. Many of our guests seem to feel the same, spending much of their time enjoying the lake and open fields around our B&B.

If this sounds like you, you’re going to have a great time in Florida  – and we recommend making some time for a visit to Kanapaha Botanical Gardens.

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Visit Carson Springs Wildlife Conservation Foundation

October 18, 2019 by Corey A Edwards

Carson Springs Wildlife Conservation FoundationIf you enjoy seeing exotic animals up close and responsibly cared for, then you’ll definitely want to visit Carson Springs Wildlife Conservation Foundation in Gainesville, FL.

One of the best things about going to see all the amazing and beautiful animals at Carson Springs, is that you can feel good doing so. This is no average zoo or menagerie. Carson Springs Wildlife Conservation Foundation is an exotic animal refuge that rescues abandoned and abused animals. They also provide homes for endangered species as well as rehabilitating native species

The facility is fully licensed by Alachua County, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. They are also members of The Zoological Association of America and The Feline Conservation Federation.

Carson Springs strives to not only meet but exceed the minimum standards set for caring for these animals. Enclosures at the facility are clean, expansive, and on natural grass, with trees and bushes. All the occupants receive varied, nutritious diets and clean fresh water for optimum health.

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Discover Critter Creek Farm Sanctuary

September 27, 2019 by Corey A Edwards

Critter Creek Farm Sanctuary in Gainesville FLCritter Creek Farm Sanctuary, in Gainesville, FL, is unlike any other animal preserve you may have ever seen. Instead of exotic animals like chimpanzees or pythons, they rescue and provide a forever home to cows, pigs, donkeys, and other domestic farm animals!

Lions, tigers, and bears may get all the press but they’re not the only animals that find themselves in need of rescue. Critter Creek Farm Sanctuary rescues the animals most of us take for granted, if we think of them at all: domestic farm animals.

Just like their more exciting cousins, domestic “work” and “production” animals like pigs and chickens can get injured or be abused and neglected. This is where Critter Creek’s 200-acre farm sanctuary and wildlife preserve, just north of Gainesville, comes in.

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The Firm – Florida International Rally and Motorsport Park

August 30, 2019 by Corey A Edwards

Florida International Rally and Motorsport ParkLooking to put a little spice in your North Florida getaway? The FIRM, Florida International Rally and Motorsport Park, offers a high-performance driving school with over 20 miles of varying track. Even better? It’s located less than 15 minutes from our North Florida Bed and Breakfast.

When guests of Hampton Lake Bed & Breakfast ask about things to do in the Starke area, they’re often surprised to hear that there’s a high performance driving school and rally track so very close by.

The FIRM, located at Keystone Heights Airport, offers a wide variety of high-performance driving training and experiences. This motorsports heaven includes 6, expert-designed, European-style rally stages, a 1.6-mile race track, and 420 acres of off-road terrain.

No wonder it is billed as the most unique and diverse motorsport facility in North America!

RallyPro Performance Driving School

The RallyPro Performance Driving School at The FIRM offers rally, road, and off-road driving classes. The driving instructors at the facility are qualified professionals who will teach you to be both a better and a more competitive driver. Learn to handle your vehicle with speed and agility on gravel, dirt, and sand, as well as pavement.

RallyPro Performance Driving School also offers security and military tactical driver training. ATV/UTV driving courses, too. You can even bring your own car in, during Open Track Days, and put it to the test on the FIRM’s courses.

Whether you’re an experienced driver or a newbie, The FIRM has a course to challenge and hone your skills.

More Than A Racing School

I mentioned above that The FIRM offers security and military tactical driver training. Well, that’s not all. The FIRM is also home to ISA: the International Security Academy.

ISA is a military training school that adapts the FIRM facility for tactical training exercises and practicing mission specific scenarios. The school has trained members from all branches and agencies of our country’s Special Operations Forces.

The FIRM is also available for team building experiences and vehicle test sessions. The facility includes a 6,000 square foot auto shop, two classrooms, garages, and even four firing ranges.

Best of all, due to the location, FIRM is open all 365 days a year!

The Firm – Florida International Rally and Motorsport Park

7266 Airport Road, Starke FL, 32091

Visit gorally.com for more information. You can also follow The FIRM on Facebook.

Visit Santa Fe College Zoo

July 29, 2019 by Corey A Edwards

Santa Fe College ZooGainesville is home to a variety of attractions but, for animal lovers, the Santa Fe College Zoo may be one of the more interesting. It’s the only zoo on a college campus in the country!

Because this is a teaching zoo, you won’t see lions, gorillas, rhinos, or other big animals. The facility is restricted to animals approved for teaching purposes. Luckily, this still means a diverse collection of exotic and beautiful animals to visit.

In fact, Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo is home to more than 200 different animals from over 75 different species, including mammals, amphibians, birds, reptiles, and even invertebrates. Visitors can expect to see ocelots, lemurs, armadillos, parrots, eagles, alligators, and tortoises, among others. The zoo is home to many rare and endangered animals.

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Take a Walk on the Wild Side at Sweetwater Wetlands Park

July 8, 2019 by Corey A Edwards

Sweetwater Wetlands Park in Gainesville FLSweetwater Wetlands Park offers miles of trails and boardwalks through a thriving wetland habitat alive with foliage, birds, butterflies, alligators, and Florida cracker horses.

You can be forgiven for thinking that the more than 125 acres of Florida wetlands that make up the park is all natural. It is, in fact, man made.

The park is one of the final steps in a program started in 2009 to improve the water quality of wetlands in Paynes Prairie and, ultimately, the Floridan Aquifer.

Sweetwater Wetlands Park isn’t just a great place to get out and see nature. It’s also a great way to protect it – and our own environment, too!

Of course, the main reason to visit the park is to see all the wonderful wildlife!

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Explore and Discover Starke, FL

June 24, 2019 by Corey A Edwards

Bradford County Courthouse in Starke FLStarke, FL may be known as the city midway between Jacksonville and Gainesville – but it has a whole lot more to offer than just a wide spot in the road.

U.S. Highway 301, the most direct route between Jacksonville and Gainesville, passes right through the heart of Starke. Consequently, the town is often referred to as a bedroom community for the two larger cities, which doesn’t necessarily mean that’s all the town has to offer.

Hampton Lake Bed & Breakfast is located just outside Starke. While many of our Starke, FL bed and breakfast guests are here for happenings in Gainesville or Jacksonville, they soon discover that Starke has its own set of attractions.

History of Starke, FL

Starke, FL is the Bradford County seat, with a population of around 5,400. The town was officially established in 1857 when a railroad line connecting Fernandina to Cedar Key was built. Since Starke was the midpoint, trains regularly stopped here for refueling and other reasons.

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Visit the Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention

June 17, 2019 by Corey A Edwards

Cade Museum for Creativity and InventionGet creative at Gainesville’s Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention. This modern museum, from the inventor of Gatorade, features two-stories and 26,000 square-feet of interactive science and technology exhibits.

If you fancy yourself creative, inventive, or just plain inquisitive, you’ll enjoy a visit to the Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention.

The museum is located on Gainesville’s South Main Street, near Depot Park. The museum was named after physician, musician, researcher, and inventor Dr. James Robert Cade. Dr. Cade is likely best known for being an instrumental part of the team that invented … Gatorade!

The original Gatorade recipe was designed as an oral rehydration therapy for members of the University of Florida Gators football team. You can learn more about its formulation and affect at the Cade Museum’s Sweat Solution exhibit.

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Explore Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park

May 17, 2019 by Corey A Edwards

Paynes Prairie Preserve STate ParkLooking to get out into the great outdoors during your North Florida adventures? Great idea! Hampton Lake Bed & Breakfast is surrounded by a number of parks and recreation areas, such as Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park.

Florida is a natural wonderland, lush with unique and vibrant flora and fauna and Paynes Prairie Preserve is a great place to see some of it. The preserve is home to wide and sometimes surprising variety of species. Along with the expected alligators and deer, Paynes Prairie Preserve is also home to herds of wild horses and bison!

Birders, in particular, will find a lot to love at the preserve, with almost 300 different species of birds. Black cormorants, blue herons, white ibis, belted kingfisher, snail kites, anhinga, and many others. can be found here throughout the year.

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Visit Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Historic State Park

April 15, 2019 by Corey A Edwards

Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Historic State ParkStep back in time to 1930’s Floirda farm life with a visit to Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Historic State Park. This historic, cracker-style, farmstead was home to the Pulitzer prize-winning author of “The Yearling” and many other books.

Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings (1896 – 1953) was an American author who’s best known work, “The Yearling,” earned her the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 1939. Rawlings also happened to be a resident of rural North Central Florida, a fact clearly reflected in much of her writing.

Other Rawlings titles include “South Moon Under,” “Golden Apples,” “When the Whippoorwill,” “Cross Creek Cookery,” and “The Sojourner.”

Fans of the “The Yearling,” whether the novel or the 1946 film starring Jane Wyman and Gregory Peck, will be excited to know that it was written right here at the author’s Florida farm. The backwoods homestead and surrounding “Cracker” country were a major inspiration for the work.

Of course, you don’t have to be a fan of the author to enjoy visiting the park! Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings historic homestead has been restored to how it was when she lived here in the 1930’s.

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Mill Creek Farm – A North Florida Equine Rest Home

March 24, 2019 by Corey A Edwards

Mill Creek Farm Florida Retirement Home For HorsesMill Creek Farm, located just north of Alachua, Fl, is a 335-acre rest home for rescued and retired horses. The farm opens on Saturdays for those who would like to meet and feed treats to the more than 100 horses who live here.

Sunny Florida is a popular destination for a wide range of retirees. That’s not news to anyone I know – but for horses?

Horses are tireless and beautiful workers and companions. But what happens when they become too old to work or are no longer able to be cared for properly?

The unfortunate answer is that they are often neglected, starved, or otherwise abused.

Feeding and caring for a horse takes a lot money, time, and energy. It’s no wonder that those who are unprepared for this reality can so often fall short. Luckily, there are facilities like Mill Creek Farm whose very mission is caring for just these kinds of animals.

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Up Close and Personal with Elephants at Two Tails Ranch!

February 18, 2019 by Corey A Edwards

Two Tails Ranch in North Central FloridaIf you’ve ever wanted to get up close and personal with an elephant then you should definitely consider a visit to North Central Florida’s Two Tails Ranch!

Two Tails Ranch is the only privately owned elephant facility of its kind. It boards elephants in need while also providing educational programs that promote elephant awareness.

One of the best ways to increase awareness of elephants is through interaction with them. Two Tails Ranch offers that in spades! Visitors to the ranch may have the opportunity to hand feed, ride, bathe, and otherwise interact with the elephants!

Elephants may not naturally occur in Florida but the state certainly has the right climate for them. They love it here and Two Tails Ranch provides them with a very peaceful 75 acres of green grass and live oaks.

The ranch has boarded more than 250 elephants since being founded in 1984. Some were temporary guests while others lived out the remainder of their lives here. Elephants arrive here for a variety of reasons. Some are “retired performers,” others have lost their homes or run into medical issues. Whatever the reason, Two Tails is here for them!

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Step Back In Time at Dudley Farm Historic State Park

January 28, 2019 by Corey A Edwards

Dudley Farm Historic State ParkStep back in time with a visit to the fully-restored, antebellum Dudley Farm. This historic State Park in Newberry, Fl features living history demonstrations, special events, and more.

Historic Dudley Farm is a one-of-a-kind, thoroughly authentic, 325-acre, working farm and Florida state park.

The facility presents the evolution of North Florida farming, from the pioneer days of the 1850’s through to the gasoline-powered 1940’s. This era of change is presented from the perspective of the Dudley family, generations of whom lived out their lives here.

The Dudley family moved to North Central Florida, from Charleston, SC, in the mid-1800’s. Three generations of the family worked the then 640-acre farm, expanding it to a successful crossroads community, with a post office and general store.

Today, visitors can travel back in time at the facility to see what life was once like here.

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Single Vision – North Florida Big Cats Refuge

December 21, 2018 by Corey A Edwards

Single Vision - North Florida Big Cats RefugeGet up close and personal with exotic and endangered animals at Single Vision, a North Florida big cats refuge and wildlife sanctuary in Melrose, FL.

If you like wild animals, you’ll love Single Vision. The refuge is dedicated to providing “forever homes” to exotic, endangered animals in need. The North Florida big cats refuge is home to leopards, tigers, lions, panthers, bobcats, and caracals.

Single Vision is much more than than just big cats, however. The facility is also home to lemurs, bears, alligators, birds, kinkajous, coatimundis, and other exotic animals.

Single Vision is dedicated to the conservation of endangered species and educating the public about our planet’s endangered ecosystems. The more that people can interact with these beautiful creatures, the less easy it will be for us to let them all just simply slip out of existence.

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Discover Florida’s Historic Camp Blanding Museum

November 23, 2018 by Corey A Edwards

Camp Blanding Museum  and Memorial ParkCamp Blanding was a major U.S. Army training facility during WWII. Now it is a fascinating military museum right here in Starke – the Camp Blanding Museum and Memorial Park.

Camp Blanding opened in 1939 as a state-owned, Florida National Guard training facility. When World War II broke out, however, Camp Blanding was enlarged and converted to a federal reserve.

Hundreds of thousands of troops trained at Camp Blanding during WWII. Infantry, Cavalry, Tank Destroyer, Field Artillery, Engineer, Medical, and other specialist troops trained here. Nine full Infantry Divisions trained here, as well, including the 1st ID – more famously referred to as The Big Red One.

Camp Blanding served as an Infantry Replacement Center for most of 1944 and 1945. A large percentage of the soldiers who replenished combat infantry ranks during WWII trained here. The Camp was also home to a 2800-bed hospital and a German POW Compound. Near the end of WWII, it also served as a Separation Center.

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Butterfly Rainforest at the Florida Museum of Natural History

November 16, 2018 by Corey A Edwards

Butterfly Rainforest - Florida Museum of Natural HistoryImagine stepping into a tropical world of lush greenery populated by hundreds of gorgeous and fascinating butterflies and moths. You would either be dreaming … or in the Butterfly Rainforest at the Florida Museum of Natural History!

The Florida Museum of Natural History, located on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, is over 120 years old. Their collections contain more than 34 million specimens and artifacts.

Permanent exhibits at the museum include a focus on the ancient Calusa people of South Florida and an extensive and internationally acclaimed fossil collection. The Discovery Zone contains some fascinating collections and hands-on learning experiences.

One of the museum’s most popular attractions, however, is the Butterfly Rainforest.

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Explore Santa Fe Swamp WMA Conservation Area

October 26, 2018 by Corey A Edwards

Florida's Santa Fe Swamp WMAGet out into wild Florida with a visit to Santa Fe Swamp! The Santa Fe Swamp WMA is a wildlife and environmental conservation area just minutes away from our North Central Florida B&B. Visitors to the conservation area enjoy hiking, biking, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, fishing, and more.

There are endless reasons to come and enjoy the rewards of a Florida getaway. One is a chance to get out and see some of the Sunshine State’s rich and resplendent wildlife.

The Starke/Hampton Lake area offers a number of opportunities to do so, with a variety of lakes, state forests, and conservation areas to explore. One such popular location is the Santa Fe Swamp WMA.

What is a WMA?

WMA stands for “Wildlife Management Area.” Florida has more than 5.8 million acres of WMA land across the state. WMA’s are conservation areas overseen by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission in partnership with other governmental or private landowners.

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Boat Launches and Recreational Lakes Near Starke FL

October 13, 2018 by Corey A Edwards

Hampton Lake - Lakes Near Starke FL

Hampton Lake – the view from our B&B

Our north central Florida B&B is surrounded by an abundance of lakes – in fact, our B&B is located on the shore of one! But not all of these lakes are publicly accessible for fishing, swimming, or boating. Thus we’ve compiled this short list of recreational lakes near Starke FL.

Florida’s natural attractions have been wowing visitors since the 1800s. Whether it’s the wildlife, sightseeing, or some of the best freshwater fishing in the world, Florida never fails to impress. The only real problem is narrowing down what you want to do and see while you’re here!

If getting out on local lakes is your idea of fun, you’re in luck!

First of all, our B&B, Hampton Lake Bed & Breakfast, was not ironically named. We are actually located on the shores of a natural, cypress lake: Hampton Lake (natch).

Hampton Lake

6982 SW 101 St, Hampton, FL 32044
Hampton Lake is a beautiful, 822-acre, natural cypress lake located between Gainesville and Jacksonville. Hampton lake Bed & amp; Breakfast offers 180 feet of Hampton Lake waterfront to share with our guests. Several of our guestrooms boast scenic lake views and everyone loves watching sunsets from the back porch rocking chairs.

Hampton Lake’s cool, spring-fed waters are perfect for a refreshing swim on a hot day. Anglers will be happy to hear that the lake has ample bass and bream communities and that our property includes a pier to fish off. Further, a public boat launch makes getting a craft out on the lake’s surface a snap.

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Florida Racing School – The FIRM Rally & Motorsport

August 31, 2018 by Corey A Edwards

The FIRM - Florida Racing SchoolIf you’re looking to get into motorsports or are just wanting to get back out onto the track, The FIRM Florida racing school in Starke, Florida has what you’re looking for – and then some!

The Florida International Rally & Motorsport Park (FIRM) is one of the area’s many popular attractions. The North Florida racing school is a motorsports heaven with 6, expert-designed, European-style rally stages with 14 miles of diverse tracks, trails, and road courses.

No wonder The FIRM is known as North Central Florida’s premier action sports facility!

Best of all, it’s less than 15 minutes drive from our North Florida B&B, Hampton Lake Bed & Breakfast.

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