Homes For Sale In Tioga-Newberry, Florida
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Newberry, Florida is a city of about 6,000 people, located in southwest Alachua County. The city is located just west of Gainesville along State Road 26. Newberry was settled in the 1880s as a railroad town and trading center. Students in the area attend Newberry Elementary, Newberry Middle, and Newberry High School.
Things To Do
There are a number of parks in the area including Lois Forte Park, Freddie Warmack Park, Jimmy Durden Park, and Martin Luther King Jr Park. The Easton Newberry Sports Complex contains an archery center, baseball fields, and walking paths. Champions Park of Newberry is a premier baseball tournament facility, attracting 30,000 visitors per year. The area is known for its watermelon production and hosts a watermelon festival each year. Some great restaurants in the area include Woodyard Grill, Villaggio Pizzeria, or Los Avina Mexican Restaurant. Equestrian activities are very popular in the area, lessons can be found at the West End Equestrian Center and special events at The Canterbury Showplace.
Homes For Sale in Tioga-Newberry, Florida
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Watermelon Pond lies just south of Newberry and is a great place for game hunting, archery, and miles of trails that connect to the Goethe State Forest. The University of Florida is located minutes away and is a popular choice for students in the area. If you want to spend the day at the beach, The Gulf of Mexico is an hour west and The Atlantic is just about two hours to the east. Ocala is about an hour south, with Orlando about another hour beyond that.