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The Weather in Homosassa
The above is a climate diagram for Homosassa. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 89° However, temperatures can go lower than 44° in Homosassa in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is October.
Play with gentle manatees at waterside vacation rentals in Homosassa
Homosassa, in the heart of Florida's Gulf coast, has beach vacation rentals close to waterbodies of all kinds – the ocean, marshes, lakes, and rivers. You may even meet manatees and other Floridian favorites while exploring!
Casual fish bites
Stop by the rustic and quirky Wild Sassa Seafood Truck for a homey, backyard barbecue atmosphere and fresh, local seafood prepared quickly. Fish tacos are popular, with blackened mangrove snapper or grilled sheepshead, accompanied by mango salsa and lime for a tropical spin.
For more daily catches, check out Shelly's Seafood & Fish Market, which sells top-quality fillets that you can take home to cook and season just how you like. Their saltwater offerings include grouper, hog fish, and snapper, while shellfish such as stone crabs (a seasonal special), blue crabs, and oysters are all available.
Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park is well known as a manatee winter home. Visit the underwater observatory, where kids can watch for animals passing by in the clear streams and backwaters.
Scour the mysterious waterways of west-central Florida for dolphins, turtles, and more manatees, thanks to the guides at River Safaris & Gulf Charters. Their family tours, which range from "mild to wild," can be on pontoons or airboats. You can even go fishing and scalloping!
If you'd rather splash around in a more controlled environment, free of critters, Bicentennial Park Pool is a fun choice. Swim laps, take a class, have a party, or relax in the sun or shade nearby. The Junior Olympic-sized pool is open to the public every day.
See the wondrous salt marshes that dominate this coast, which have their own ecosystem and purification processes. Hike the Salt Marsh Trails within Crystal River Wildlife Refuge while admiring cranes and herons from the wooden tower and boardwalk.
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