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Located in Lake Sumter State College, visit their extensive library with thousands of volumes to choose from!
1405 CR 526 A,
Sumterville, FL 33585
Royal is one of Florida’s oldest African American communities. Founded in 1865, the community of Royal was originally known as Picketsville, which was named for the white picket fences that marked its 40-acre homesteads. It was settled by former slaves from the Old Green Plantation located on the Withlacoochee River.
The blackberry field is closed for the 2013 season.
Thanks to all who came out and visited our farm! Located only minutes from The Villages, our farm offers a unique country setting surrounded by horses and cattle. You can spend the day picking your own blackberries from our thornless blackberry plants or you can purchase pre-picked berries.
1762 NE 17th Street, Sumterville, FL 33585
Cypress House is a large, family style log house set in the midst of wooded farm land in Central Florida. Enjoy a wide wrap-around veranda looking out on moss hung oak trees. Here, you will find relaxed country calm and cordial hospitality just minutes west of I-75, Exit 309, an hour north of Tampa airport, and west of Orlando. We are also just one mile from the Bushnell Florida National Cemetery.
The Dade Battlefield Historic State Park commemorates this battle and honors the participants on both sides. In addition to tours of the battlefield itself, the park features a hiking trail with abundant wildlife; a visitor’s center with clean restrooms; a pavilion and lodge perfect for wedding receptions and family reunions; geo-seeking and much more. Also, every January features a reenactment of the battle, which is historically accurate and exquisitely detailed.