Historic Villages and
One of Clermont’s biggest scenic attractions is the Citrus Tower. Once you get to the top, there is a spectacular view of Central Florida that stretches for miles. The Tower debuted in 1956 and stands 226 feet high. It is a tribute to Florida’s world-famous citrus industry. The Presidents Hall of Fame is a small, fascinating museum filled with facts and figures about America’s presidents through the years. There are many exhibits of genuine artifacts and replica items going back for decades. Both these landmarks have gift shops with unique items that delight residents and tourists alike.
Off Road and Offbeat
From state parks to sanctuaries, Clermont has outdoor adventures waiting for you. You can rent an all-terrain vehicle to tear around in with friends here, or visit one of the city’s waterfront parks for a trail hike and picnic. Lake Louisa State Park offers cabins for rent if you want to have an extended scenic getaway from the business of city life. Horse lovers can take riding lessons at the DreamCatcher Horse Ranch and Rescue Center. If you enjoy paintball, you can suit up and take on other enthusiasts at Extreme Sports Paintball. Clermont has laid-back and high-energy activities for most any outdoor interest.
Shops to Suit All Sty
Whatever your interests are, the shops in Clermont can supply it. Beads, acrylics, and scrapbooking materials are ready for you to peruse for your next big project. Thrift stores carry everything from furniture to designer clothing, and will provide hours of enjoyment searching for that perfect bargain. Most of the big retail stores are here as well, from drugstores to grocers. If you love to spend a day searching for a hidden gem of an antique, you can do that at one of several antique shops. Clermont has a little of everything to suit any style and budget.