Inverness Depot District
The Inverness Depot District will renovate the historic train station and depot building. The improvements will place Inverness as a top stop along the popular Withlacoochee State Trail with interaction of the parks amenities with the renovation of the historic train depot area. Stay tuned for grand opening and ribbon cutting information.
Inverness City Garden
123 MLK Jr Street, Inverness
This garden opened in 2018 and is focused on educational programs targeting youth and adults interested in healthy lifestyles, growing produce and flowers and more.
Inverness Visitor Center
203 E. Dampier Street, Inverness
Located in the heart of downtown, walking distance from three waterfront parks, the Withlacoochee Bicycle Trail and Courthouse Square. This will be the epicenter of promoting Inverness as a destination via marketing and events. This new building is going in with additional parking spaces. This will be located at Martin Luther King Avenue and Dampier Street in downtown Inverness, and anticipated opening is winter of 2018.
286 N. Apopka Ave., Inverness
This family-friendly waterfront park opened in 2002, and went under construction in 2018 to enhance its amenities. The park is set to reopen in the fall of 2019. Upgrades to Liberty Park include parking, playground, enhanced landscaping, waterfront overlook and restrooms. It is adjacent to the Depot building and open air market.
Wallace Brooks Park
328 E. Dampier Street, Inverness
This park is located on the shoreline of Lake Tsala Apopka chain and is minutes from downtown Inverness. Upgrades include a boater-friendly dock for motorized and non-motor vessels, and pavilion. The park was established in 1968. This park is named for Mr. Wallace Brooks, a beloved citizen who was known to walk everywhere and was the oldest African-American citizen at the time of dedication.