Sorrento, Florida

Presumably named after Sorrento, Italy, this census designated place experiences positive job growth due to the massive tourist impact of nearby Orlando.

Rock Springs Run State Park is one of the many valuable sand pine scrub and flatwood pine habitat reserves that many endemic and endangered species call home. With over 17 miles of trails available for exploration, visitors can enjoy bicycling, hiking, or even horseback riding through this unique ecosystem. The park offers guided trail rides as well as horse rentals for individuals or groups of up to 30 people. Campsites are available throughout the park, some of which are only accessible via canoe or horseback. The park does allow hunting during the months of September through January, during which times some trails will be closed to ensure the safety of visitors. There are also several springs and rivers that cut through the park, offering guests the chance to cool off and go swimming. Canoeing and tubing are also offered at the park, creating countless opportunities to explore and have fun for families, friends, and individual visitors alike.

Horseback Riding at Rock Springs Run State Park
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Oak Haven Farms & Winery is both a winery and a u-pick strawberry farm. If you love wine tasting and strawberry cheesecake, this is the place to get both.

Raw, local Florida Honey straight from the beehives with no filtering, heating or processing. All natural, 100% pure Florida Honey.