If you’re traveling through Citrus County, you might want to call Inverness home for a few nights. After all, the quaint city offers a relaxed setting to indulge in when not exploring the vibrant outdoor regions that surround it. You can enjoy activities at Fort Cooper State Park, a natural wilderness with a lake for swimming and kayaking, camping areas, and plenty of picnic-friendly areas. You can also experience Inverness City’s waterfront by visiting Liberty Park. The nature reserve’s Withlacoochee State Trail offers ideal backdrops for cycling, biking, roller skating, and even sand volleyball activities. You’ll also find a memorial dedicated to the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks. Start your experience in Inverness by glamping in one of these unique locations below.