Our favorites activities in Sebring

1. Highlands Hammock State Park - a stroll through this stunning nature park is a must-see.
2. Lake Jackson - stop by for a breathtaking sunset and soak in the moments
3. Downton Sebring and the Circle Park - hosts a variety of fun local events and enjoy a night with the locals, check for an event listing
4. Secret Gardens Winery & Farm
5. Restaurants & bars


Visitors to Sebring will experience friendly service and a healthy way to relax for cyclists, anglers, golfers, car racing fans and outdoor lovers.

Just a short southern drive from Tampa or Orlando on US 60 and US Hwy 27, Sebring is the hub of outdoor entertainment in mild year-round temperatures. Enjoy scenic and tranquil cycling, exciting car racing at the Sebring International Raceway, hiking at Highlands Hammock State Park, golfing along the Citrus Golf Trailfreshwater fishing and water sports.  

Sebring is nicknamed "The City on the Circle", in reference to Circle Park, the center of the Downtown Sebring Historic District.

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Sebring Sips, Suds and Soda Trail Digital Passport

Enjoy offers and fun savings throughout the county at various restaurants, bars, stores and tourism attractions.

Downtown Sebring

Circle Park, the center of the Sebring Downtown Historic District

Car Racing 

The Sebring International Raceway is home to 12 Hours of Sebring and Legends of Motorsports car races. It’s one of the oldest continuously operating race tracks in the U.S., its first race being run in 1950. 
Having racing heritage from 70+ years of car races at the Sebring International Raceway, being host to GFNY Florida race was a natural fit for Sebring.


Gator at Highlands Hammock State Park 

The city's geography is dominated by 9,212-acre Lake Jackson, but 420-acre Dinner Lake and 137-acre Little Lake Jackson. Sebring lies on the southern end of the Lake Wales Ridge, a chain of ancient islands that is the native habitat for many rare plants and animals. Most of the area is rural and part of the Florida scrub ecosystem, with smaller areas of hammocks and cypress swamps, similar to those found at Highlands Hammock State Park, a popular attraction, located four miles west of Sebring.

Visitors of Highlands Hammock State Park can cross the elevated Cypress swamp boardwalk, hike one of the nine trails or enjoy a ranger-led park tour.

Avon Park Airforce Range is ideal for hunting, fishing, camping, hiking and birding visit 

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Fern Garden Trail at Highlands Hammock State Park, Sebring

Avon Park Airforce Range, Avon Park

Lakes & Water Sports

Lake Jackson Sunrise Paddleboarding 

Don't go home without taking advantage of the excellent fishing and water sports in the Sebring area. Visitors can choose from one of nearly 100 freshwater lakes in the area, rent a boat or hire a fishing guide and then enjoy a relaxing day of fishing on the water.

More ways to enjoy one of the nearly 100 freshwater lakes: kayaking, canoeing, water skiing, or air boating on a lake or scenic Arbuckle Creek.  Visit the Peace River for a Fossil Hunting/Canoe/Kayak.

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Restaurants & Bars

Our favorite places for local dining are: Cowpoke’s Watering Hole, Chicanes Restaurant, Jaxson’s, Eighteen East Restaurant and Bar, Faded Bistro & Beer Garden, Sunset Grille, Morty & Edna’s, Don Jose Mexican, Dimitri’s Restaurant & Pizza Kitchen

Plus Sebring’s chain restaurants: Ruby Tuesday, Outback Steakhouse, Red Lobster, Olive Garden, Chili’s Grill & Bar, Cody’s Original Roadhouse, IHOP, Cang Tong Japanese Steakhouse


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