Trip Planner:   USA  /  Florida  /  Brooksville  /  Theme Parks  /  Boyett's Grove And Citrus Attraction

Boyett's Grove And Citrus Attraction, Brooksville

(120+ reviews on the web)
Theme Park
Boyett's Grove And Citrus Attraction is located in Brooksville. Put Boyett's Grove And Citrus Attraction on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Brooksville vacation route planner.
Create a full Brooksville itinerary
map

Plan your trip to Brooksville

  • Get a personalized plan

    A complete day-by-day itinerary
    based on your preferences
  • Customize it

    Refine your plan. We'll find the
    best routes and schedules
  • Book it

    Choose from the best hotels
    and activities. Up to 50% off
  • Manage it

    Everything in one place.
    Everyone on the same page.
Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This place is scary- and NOT in a good way!!!! Dark smelly rooms that seem to go on and on. Maybe we didn't follow the maze of rooms to find the fun stuff to do. I just don't get it! Waste of time and...  more »
  • I'll start by saying that the person who worked there was very nice but saying this is mom and pop doesn't do it justice. The mini golf was the best and nicest part. See the pictures and decide for yo...  more »
  • Boyett's Grove is one of the more peculiar roadside attractions I've been to, and I've been to quite a few. For those familiar, it's kind of like Wall Drug if Wall Drug were run by one person, had no ...  more »
Google
  • Buyer Beware. I bought a tree here after seeing the same exact 5 gallon trees at Home Depot. I decided the home depot ones seemed small and would buy one here. I asked for a 10 gallon tree and was told it would be 4-5 foot high. When I went to pick up the tree it turns out the tree was in a 10 gallon container but it was no bigger than what Home Depot was selling in there 5 gallon. Another words they simply placed a small tree in a big pot and charger 20 dollars more for the dirt. I felt pressured to buy it and did when I asked about guarantees they told me there was none. Unlike Home Depot if it dies I'm out 65 dollars. Nice place to take the kids but I would not recommend buying plants from them.
  • I have been taking my family here for almost 30 years. The family that owns this place have run the citrus grove since like the late 1800's. They are very nice people and have taken very good care of all the animals, some of which we have seen for many years. They have added new attractions over the years and the thing I love about the place the most it is like stepping back in time to places I remember going to in my childhood. The kids love it too! LOL It is well worth the money. I am taking my grand-kids there today, its a family tradition.
  • Put-put, aquarium, zoo (you can pet and feed some of the animals), dinosaurs, museum, shopping, hand-dipped ice cream, and oranges ... all for a GREAT price - I mean, who can say no to that!?! We had a GREAT time! Would be a GREAT place for school trips too! Or kids birthday parties! So much to see and do, a great outing!
  • Pretty poor conditions to say the least. If the owners cannot maintain this property and care for the animals better, they should ask for volunteers to help. There must be some organization out there that could spare some time to help clean up the place and clean, brush and care for the animals. The ponies look like they haven't been brushed in forever. It's actually a shame. Signs there said there were automatic waterers but I didn't see any water for the animals. They all were eager for food but I'm sure that's normal. I wonder if they ever have any sort of town or state inspections.
  • If you have any appreciation for old Florida and wonderful roadside attractions than you won't want to pass it up. Definitely dated in many ways, but that is the charm.