La Quinta Gainesville

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

920 N.W. 69th Terrace, Gainesville, Florida, 32605, United States
La Quinta Inn Gainesville
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  • Couples52
  • Solo64
  • Business53

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Travel Tips for Gainesville

A Cool Collage-Town

by aloha088

Gainesville is the coolest town I've ever seen. A real collage town, all young people, many nice bars and places to go.

The first time I vistited Gainesville during a Football-Game Florida Gators vs. Miami Dolphins. Everybody went crazy, many people had their BBQ and TV's at the side of the road.
The second time was much calmer but still very nice.

Around Gainesville is much nature, hot springs and nice areas.

The Ale House

by pulgaron about The Ale House

Cheap menu items. Every nite a beer special. Nice pool tables. Good party atmosphere. Young crowd. This chain sports bar has locations in a lot of major cities. You may be familiar with them. The cheese and chicken chips. the chicken wings. The fish sandwich. The chocolate brownie sunday. The $5.00 Ice House picthcer of beer.

What to do in Alachua County

by tampa_shawn

Gaineville is in Alachua County and there is SOOOOOO much to do here.

This is the best resource I found for the area is from the Alachua County Visitors and Convention Bureau (see Website below)

Things to do in the local area (that I haven't written about yet)

Note the website (below) provides links to all of these websites (and potential activities)
I'll be adding more I get to visit these places

+ Archer Railroad Museum
+ Hawthorne Museum
+ Matheson Museum
+ Micanopy Museum
+ University Galleries

Historic Sites
+ Dudley Farm State Park
+ Haile Homestead
+ Marjorie Rawlings State Park
+ Thomas Center

+ Bivens Arm
+ Devil's Millhopper
+ Dog Wood Dog Park
+ Gainesville-Hawthorne Trail
+ Greathouse Butterfly Farm
+ Kanapaha Gardens
+ Mill Creek Farm
+ Morningside Nature Center
+ Poe Springs Park
+ San Felasco Hammock


by Ame718

I lived in Gainesville for about a year. It is such a wonderful city. If you like the big city then you may not like Gainesville much. It is a small city which seems like a wonderful place to raise your children in. If I had a choice, I would end up living in Gainesville.


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 La Quinta Gainesville

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Address: 920 N.W. 69th Terrace, Gainesville, Florida, 32605, United States