The Inverness Depot District includes renovated city and state parks connecting together via the Withlacoochee State Trail. The depot was built in 1892 as part of the Atlantic Coast Line and moved to its new location, facing a section of the Withlacoochee State Trail that winds through the District. The newly renovated depot has a historic look to it and will be used for small businesses that cater to cycling, tourism, music and the many activities that abound. The Depot District also includes multipurpose open-air pavilion, a water tower with stage, picnic area.
Liberty Park and Wallace Brooks Park border Lake Henderson, part of the Tsala Apopka Chain and the Withlacoochee State Trail. Renovations to Liberty Park include parking, new playground, enhanced landscaping, lighting, restrooms and waterfront gazebo which is available as a venue for entertainment and rental opportunities.
Renovations to Wallace Brooks Park include parking, a boater-friendly dock for motorized and non-motor vessels, boat rental building, restrooms, outdoor showers, outdoor sports areas, and benches with a scenic view of the lake.
Historic downtown Inverness is just a few blocks west, connected by multiple sidewalks. Downtown invites visitors to the 1912 courthouse building with museum, multiple boutique retailers, a variety of dining-drinking options, and the Valarie theater. Everything within walking/riding distance.