For too many Americans, their de facto second home is an office, a car, or that one bear trap they keep falling for. Enjoy a home away from home away from home with this Groupon.
Choose From Four Options
- $159 for a 3-night stay for two in a standard guest room, valid Sunday–Thursday, with two dinner river cruise tickets and boat rental (up to a $326 value)
- $296 for a 3-night stay for four in a suite, valid Sunday–Thursday, with four dinner river cruise tickets and boat rental (up to a $592 value)
- $179 for a 3-night stay for two in a standard guest room, valid Thursday–Saturday, with two dinner river cruise tickets and boat rental (up to a $366 value)
- $319 for a 3-night stay for four in a suite, valid Thursday–Saturday, with four dinner river cruise tickets and boat rental (up to a $642 value)
As part of this deal, enjoy a 90-minute river cruise with dinner as well as a full-day boat rental with gas. Standard rooms are equipped with one king or two queen beds, a TV, and private bath and comfortably sleep two; suites can fit up to four guests and offer views of the river.
Homosassa Riverside Resort
Situated along the shores of eastern Florida's Homosassa River, the Homosassa Riverside Resort is a remote lodge surrounded by sub-tropical forest and wetlands. The resort has plenty of on-site activities, ranging from a waterfront swimming pool to volleyball courts, pool tables, and rentable canoes and kayaks. From the resort, guests can view Monkey Island, a primate habitat in the middle of the river that supports a small family of monkeys.
Head to the Riverside Crab House to sample fresh, hard-shelled blue crab, caught daily by local fishermen. Guests can admire the view of the river through the floor-to-ceiling windows at Yardarm Lounge, or kick back on the double-decker tiki bar.
Nearby at Homosassa Springs State Wildlife Park, you can catch a glimpse of life beneath the river—and maybe see a manatee or two—thanks to an underwater observatory known as The Fish Bowl. The park also features an elevated boardwalk system, which offers a chance to see alligators, bobcats, deer, various birds, and retired college mascots.