Ever wonder why this area is called the Nature Coast? Well, the nature coast consists of the western coast of Florida including Citrus, Pasco, Jefferson, Hernando, Levy, Dixie, Taylor, and Wakulla counties. Looking at a map, it is the inside curve of the state of Florida. The Nature Coast is made up of 980,000 acres, with the southern end (Pasco, Hernando, and Citrus) considered as part of the Tampa Bay Area.
The Nature Coast State Trail is designated as a part of Florida’s Statewide System of Greenways and Trails. The term ‘Nature Coast’ originated in 1991 as part of a marketing tactic to attract vacationers to the area. Eventually, the name caught on and began to be used locally. Many activities are common among the Nature Coast including boating, fishing, bird watching, hunting, and nature hiking. The Nature Coast is also home to many different species of wildlife including deer, wild pigs, alligators, spoonbills, snakes, great blue herons, egrets, turtles and 19 other endangered species. Many of which can be seen at the Starkey Ranch District Park among the many houses for sale in Trinity. If you love to snorkel, an abundance of snorkeling spots can be found within the rivers along the Nature Coast. Diving and animal tours are available at most springs along the Nature Coast. Of course, if you love to golf there are over 50 golf courses found within the area. The Nature Coast is beautifully preserved and the whole area is a great place to relax and enjoy nature as it is.
Since there are so many things to do with such a beautiful touch of nature, looking for houses for sale in Trinity (at the southern end of Nature Coast) is something we have much passion for. If you are looking for houses for sale in trinity, then we would be the best team to contact since we have such intimate knowledge of the entire area we know of all the houses for sale in Trinity. Give us a call, we can have you comfortable and enjoying the Nature Coast in no time at all.