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Williston Things to Do

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    by grasshopper_6 Written Nov 6, 2013

    Two tail Hammock, adjacent to Devils Den offers lodging, horseback riding, farm and garden tours and more.

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    • Hiking and Walking
    • Horse Riding
    • Family Travel

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    by grasshopper_6 Written Nov 5, 2013

    Private botanical gardens built at the site of an old rock quarry. It is very beautiful there with flora and fauna, several ponds and lakes, walkways and gazebos. Visit by appointment only.

    Entrance one driveway South of Devil's Den
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    • Photography
    • Birdwatching
    • Eco-Tourism

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    by grasshopper_6 Written Nov 3, 2013

    Devils Den is a partially flooded prehistoric cavern formed by a sinkhole. It is unique in that one can enter the sinkhole through the opening and down a flight of wooden stairs, then scuba dive or snorkel in the flooded cavern below. The site is very popular with divers as it offers cave-like diving conditions, but with the safety of always having direct access to the surface. The entrances to the dangerous cave system are blocked and marked with signs
    Devils Den is a commercial dive resort, and only scuba divers and snorklers are permitted to enter. As of this writing, it costs $38 to scuba dive and $10 to snorkel. They have equipment available to rent and also have tent and RV camping and cabins available.

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    • Diving and Snorkeling
    • Eco-Tourism

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  • Williston Motor Inn

    606 W Noble Ave, Williston, Florida, 32696, United States

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Williston Restaurants

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    by grasshopper_6 Updated Nov 3, 2013

    People travel a long way to eat here! The restaurant is housed is located in an historic house, and feels very homey and nostalgic - in that special way you only see in the south.
    The Ivy House has been awarded one of the top 500 places to eat in Florida several times.. Everything tastes home-made here!

    Favorite Dish: They serve quite a range of dishes from classics like turkey with dressing to southern favorites such as shrimp and grits. Check the specials for the best values. Our last meal here was the lunch special - crispy baked chicken (crusted with what I guess were rice crispies), home made macaroni and cheese, pole beans and corn bread for about $15.

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    • Road Trip
    • Family Travel
    • Diving and Snorkeling

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    by grasshopper_6 Updated Nov 3, 2013

    Everyone's home town should have a restaraunt like this one! Home style, square meal, stick-to your-ribs type stuff. What the Green Shutters lacks in atmosphere it makes up in authenticity. It is not a restaraunt trying to be something its not. Locals eat here because they can get a decent meal at a fair price

    Favorite Dish: We had delmonico steaks potatoes and vegetable. Quite satisfactory all for around $ 12.

    Green S Shutters, Williston Fl
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    • Diving and Snorkeling
    • Family Travel
    • Road Trip

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