Preservation Point is being designed as a luxury RV Resort with a strong “eco-friendly” tourist destination resort theme. The 206-acre private resort is located in Citrus County, Florida, 2 miles east of Inverness and only 12 miles west of Interstate-75 and the Florida Turnpike. The Resort is pre-approved for 439 premium RV lots with views of lakes, golf course, and tree hammocks.

The Park is well positioned within the local nature settings that differentiate it from other RV resorts. The pristine site is connected to the Tsala Apopka chain of Lakes, a premiere sporting and bass fishing destination in Florida. The nearby spring fed Crystal River and Homosassa River on the Gulf of Mexico offer some of the best saltwater fishing in Florida, a manatee population of over 400 during the winter, and the popular sport of scalloping during the Summer.

The Resort’s master plan clearly demonstrates the importance this development places on conservation, environmental protection and preservation of existing hardwood hammocks, shoreline, wildlife habitat and wetlands. Preservation Point is a destination resort designed to have no impact on adjacent wetlands and preserving the natural hardwood buffer along the shoreline in its current natural state.

This high-end resort community will have a rustic elegance theme that will be reflected in every aspect of the entrance features, architecture, signage and amenities, and landscaping throughout the community. The clubhouse will be approximately 12,000-15,000 SF. This facility will host social events and activities for the community providing social areas for cards, dancing, wine & beer bar, catering kitchen, fitness center/spa, billiards, library, business center and laundry facilities. The outdoor activities will offer both passive and active recreational outlets including nature-walking trails, quiet seating and wildlife viewing areas, canoeing, fishing, along with swimming pools, hot tub, tennis, 12 hole executive golf course, croquet, pickle ball and bocce ball.


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