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Steinhatchee is located in Taylor County west of Gainesville at the junction of Hwy 51 and Hwy 361 between Perry and Cross City, on the banks of the Steinhatchee River over looking the Gulf of Mexico.

The city of Steinhatchee is a complacent fishing community which has sustained its pristine natural surroundings for over a century. Renowned for its surplus of trout and redfish, the Steinhatchee River's uncongested waters challenge the most skilled anglers. The river also has a deep water port adequate for larger vessels and off-shore fishing excursions.


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Santa Fe Comm College Spring Arts Festival Gainesville FL April6-7 The festival is one of the three largest annual events in Gainesville and is known for its high quality, unique artwork. It is held in the downtown historic district, nestled amid restored turn-of-the century homes, stately palms and abundant azaleas. More than 130,000 visitors are anticipated each year.
George's Music Springing the Blues Festival Jacksonville Beach FL April5-7 Springing The Blues is a free outdoor blues music festival designed to celebrate America's indigenous musical form and promote support of the arts. The three-day oceanfront event features a number of renowned blues performers as well as numerous displays and activities geared for the entire family.