The Attraction at Boyett’s Grove is huge – feed animals at the wildlife park, dare yourself to enter the dinosaur cave, explore the aviary and Gulf fish aquariums, pan for “gold” at the Dino Might Gold Mine, and try your hand at Hernando County’s newest Mini Golf.

Boyett’s Grove is an institution in the Brooksville/Spring Lake area. Situated on a hilltop in the rolling countryside along Spring Lake Highway, this unique attraction began in the 1960s as a fruit stand where locals and Northerners could stop to pick up citrus fresh from the grove.

Boyett’s Grove is an institution in the Brooksville/Spring Lake area. Situated on a hilltop in the rolling countryside along Spring Lake Highway, this unique attraction began in the 1960s as a fruit stand where locals and Northerners could stop to pick up citrus fresh from the grove.

You can purchase grove fresh oranges, grapefruit, tangerines, kumquats, and more throughout citrus season (Nov.-May) seven days a week, shop for Florida-style gifts and souvenirs, visit the Art Gallery featuring James Oleson’s work, and watch citrus processed the old-fashioned way, or enjoy a hand dipped cone – maybe get a citrus tree of your own  – and – you may want to visit the Attraction.

Then refresh yourself with a hand-dipped cone and an old-fashioned, cane sweetened soda.

Don’t forget to order some of that Florida-fresh Gift Fruit shipped home to those you love (November through May).