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Showcase of Citrus, Clermont

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  • I just love this place. It's FREE to get in. There is a playground and my kids love just going to play. They have animals you can feed and lots of chickens that run around. The store has a country fee...  more »
  • This is a fun little gem located just off highway 27! We took our boys, 6 and 8, for trip. You can ride one of the monster trucks through their property and see some cool animals and learn a little ab...  more »
  • Just stopped for the dreamsicle and fresh squeezed juice. It was very very good. I also bought some lemon marmalade to make pie when I get home! 
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  • Neat little tour. A 30-45 minutes ride that covered a couple miles of the property. Starting at the shop, then crossing over the bridge to get on the monster 2-row bus. Going from orchard to 'jungle', to swampy/flooded road, to 'safari' and looping back to the shop. Nice little educational agritour. I was told that Best time for picking is during in-season October & November. You can buy particular sized bag and pick the fruits to your delight and fill it up. The driver let kids get into 'driver's seat' and he guided the ride super slow for a short run. One pointer: the seatings are quite dusty so be prepared with wipes or wear dark clothing.
  • Loved it and so did our 4 kids. If your concerned about price check Groupon or travel zoo. We got a better deal with travel zoo and made it very affordable. Also had no issues using them. we didn't know what to expect going in but it was great. Our driver was great very nice and took his time explaining everything very well. Giving us knowledge we didn't know anything about before. The market was interesting and would have spent more time if we didn't have 4 hungry boys. Their wines are amazing!!
  • I purchased a Groupon to come and try the Ecotour on the 4×4 Monster Truck, I didn't know what to expect honestly, but usually I get groupons like this one to get out of the city and try new authentic things. We live in Orlando so it took us about 40 min to get here. It's this little spot by a lake that doesn't call your attention when driving by, thank goodness they have a big sign on the roof with "Citrus Showcase" or we would have passed it with all the construction going around. We were impressed with the "wild" location, surrounded by nature, dirt and water. As soon as you get there to check in, all the goodies they make and sell catches your attention; from honey, to wine, handmade soaps, sauces, dressings, even gator chili, and orange slushy from their farm grown oranges. We were so impressed with everything that can be made in just one farm, we had to get a little bit of everything, and staff is there to guide you through their products. You must try the Açai Blueberry Cabernet Sauvignon, I got 2 bottles of that wine -with a hint of sweetness in it-, and the key lime Honey is not to be missed. As you can see we did all of our shopping before we even got to do the tour (we got here early). Please be punctual because they are very on time with their safaris. We went to the back of the place to catch the ride and you can see two humongous trucks (that we later learned they used to be school buses) and we had to take a ramp to get in them so big they were. The tour lasted about 60 min, as advertised, the driver was funny, interactive and very informative... I learned things I had no idea of, which I love! It helps my curiosity! The driver allowed kids to drive in open areas, and then gave us some oranges to feed the bulls and cows. We had no luck with wildlife as we saw very little animals but, it's nature, not a movie, so you can't count on the "cast"... it might have just been the day. After we learned more things about honey, again decided to stop the shop and get more goodies. Honestly, it was a very down to earth experience and I love that we still have people that are passionate and devoted to nature and exploiting its potential...it's not all about science and new technologies. Don't expect fancy, upscale, clean here... come to enjoy nature, bugs, animals, dirt and farm made products.
  • Disappointed that their website prices for the you pick are listed at half of the actual price it costs. "2016-2017" prices are $12 for a 5 lb bag, not $7 as listed. Also, the only fruit available to pick was tangerines, despite the website showing multiple citrus in season. Otherwise enjoyable.
  • I had a fun time at this citrus grove. We went on the monster truck tour which I thought was a lot of fun. It wasn't busy our day so it was just us on the tour. It was pretty getting to see their property. Our guide was great and full of knowledge of the property and it's history. We were able to feed oranges to some of the animals on the property. After our tour we walked around the store and everyone was very friendly. We tried a few different items to figure out which one we wanted to buy to take home. We also got a tangerine creamsicle which I strong recommend they were amazing! We went home with a bag of mixed citrus and fresh and delicious orange juice as well. Everything we took home was great! We didn't do any of the you pick but that is an option as well. They had a small area with some farm animals as well which was nice to see. It was a fun experience for us and we look forward to going again to get more fruit and tangerine creamsicle!