The Sebring area has a delicious little secret. While most known for Lake Jackson and Sebring's sports car racing, the are is home to many family-owned farms that welcome visitors. Enjoy the fresh air and fresh fruit, relax in the shade, sip freshly made drinks, and watch the kids laugh and play with animals.
Golfers here don't just play a round. Thanks to the Citrus Golf Trail, a chain of sterling courses in the towns of Sebring, Lake Placid and Avon Park, they play a round and around and a round… And because it can take the better part of a week to complete these and other area courses, avid golfers opt for the CGT's Stay & Play Package, pairing tee times with lodging at Sebring's charming Inn on the Lakes.
If you're ready for a break from everyday life, take a trip to Highlands Hammock State Park. You'll get out of the house while staying away from crowds. Once you enter the park, you'll have the chance to explore 9,000 acres of a natural ecosystem, which will take you deeper into history, wilderness… and yourself.
Lakes are where memories are made. Where you catch you first fish, learn how to ride a Jet Ski and experience the purity of nature. The Sebring area features some of Florida's most scenic lakes, each intriguing in its own right. So we encourage you to fish in a lake, boat in a lake, paddle in a lake and yes, even jump in a lake.
Speed is what most folks think about when they hear the name Sebring. It's the City on the Circle and home to the famous Sebring International Raceway.
It doesn’t seem like nearly 20 years ago now that I first hit the road with my kiddo to discover a new craze called Geocaching. This modern day treasure hunt was a way to combine a few of my favorite things: road trips, spending time with my daughter, and exploring the outdoors.
It was a pleasant and familiar drive. The lush landscape was unable to make up its mind, switching from tree-lined roads and sunny cityscapes to scattered lakes and ponds—and of course the occasional orange grove. My husband, Sean, and I had driven through Florida many times over the years.
Our family was ready for a reprieve from the hustle and bustle of work and school life, so we decided to take a mini Spring Break to Sebring.
Get ready to experience an engaging slice of farm life while being educated and entertained.
When the great outdoors call your name, you can’t help but answer. Between lush flora, exotic and endangered animals and ample recreational opportunities, there are many reasons to explore Sebring.
Whether dining is a highlight of your vacation or a quick stop between activities, you’ll discover delicious options throughout the Sebring area.
From high-speed pursuits to complete relaxation, Sebring is the perfect destination for a guys’ getaway
The Sebring area is one of Florida’s best-kept secrets. When you vacation here, there are surprises at every turn in the road. You can tread through the realm of the Florida panther and black bear in one of the state’s oldest parks one day and carve a wake in this land of many lakes the next.
When I explore Florida, I discover more than one state. There’s the rural Panhandle, the tranquil southern Gulf Coast, cosmopolitan Miami and the theme-park capital of Orlando.
The ascent—or descent, depending on how you looked at it—into the grind of our daily lives was so slow, we didn’t notice it creep up on us. Late nights at work became the rule, not the exception, for both of us.
If you’ve taken more than two vacations, you may already know that no two are the same. Chances are you’ve found satisfaction in the heavenly glow of a glorious sunset or, perhaps, found yourself by simply getting lost in the beauty of a painting.