Florida’s Nature Coast has a beauty and culture all its own. From the beautiful Gulf of Mexico waters with natural salt marshes to the historic towns with iconic courthouses and rolling hills with deep forests, this area has thrived on the dreams of many and the tenacity of others.
This page features videos of people, places and activities that help define the culture of Nature Coasting. Some of them, we produced. Most of them, we just feature because they help tell our story. Feel free to comment and share as you see fit. We also welcome ideas for additions to the Nature Coasting collection.
A short video about the many activities that are available in the area. A good warm-up for answering the question, “What is there to do?”
Gems of the Nature Coast is a locally produced show that is aired on WKYE in Citrus County, and produced by Steven Stofcheck. It features gems in our area, with an emphasis on Citrus County, but looking at moving into Hernando and Citrus counties as opportunities arise. You can see the 7 episodes here.
A longer video about making “old fashioned” cane syrup in the Nature Coast and about saving our heritage through education and active participation between generations.
With beautiful waters interspersed in the Nature Coast, from the Gulf of Mexico to Lake Tsala Apopka, and a myriad of natural Florida springs, enjoy this introduction to some of the people who work to keep our waters magnificent.
A regular show about Floral City, Florida – it’s history, culture, merchants and amenities hosted by Shannon Burns of Aunt Martha’s Produce. Click here to get to the YouTube Channel that features each of these 10 minute episodes.
Recently, the paranormal G Team came with Omar Gosh and filmed this interesting video about the Mae Stringer Museum in Brooksville being one of the top five haunted houses in Florida. Check it out:
On August 24, 2016, Jeff Hall released this short video about the Crystal River Archaeological State Park and the site’s historical site.
Crystal River Archaeological State Park is one of the most important archaeological places in Florida. Originally investigated by Clarence B. Moore in the early 1900’s, this ancient burial and ceremonial site still presents more questions than answers.
Dade City is located in east Pasco County. It is a beautiful place where a thriving shopping and dining district emanate from the historic 1909 courthouse. Great antiques, boutiques and eats. Here’s their promotional video: