Sebring Circle

Sebring Circle
The City of the circle, Sebring, Florida was founded in 1911 by George Sebring. This pioneer conceived a unique circular plan as a focal point for this entire lakeside community. His idea was that all roads should lead to and from the center of the community, and despite many modern highway improvements since, thus it remains today. The community experienced a boom era in the 1920's as a result of its founder's plans.

From historic circle downtown to the modern International Raceway, Sebring is known around the world for its warm hospitality and welcome. Sebring is known for its racing activity in the fall and spring each year. Our community also offers many other activities and events for both young and old to enjoy throughout the year.

The surrounding community spirit will capture your imagination and affection to the point that you come as a visitor, but you may return to live.

People can enjoy nature at its best in nearby Highlands Hammock State Park, the oldest in Florida's State Park System. Golfers have many excellent courses to choose from that challenge skills of all levels. Many other opportunities to enjoy life in the outdoors also exist in the Greater Sebring area, including bicycling and bird watching.

Sebring Pier

Sebring Pier
The Sebring Pier is located behind the library and Highlands County Art League off of Lakeview Drive. Our Community is located close to major metropolitan areas. Sebring permeates charm and a warm and friendly atmosphere. It's a wonderful community in which to live, work, and raise a family. Click here to learn more about schools.

The cultural amenities are many with the Highlands County Dinner Theatre; performances by local talented residents. The Highlands Art League with a gift store filled with artistic creations from our own local residents. Sebring has an air of sophistication with a brush stroke of artistic flair! Take a walk down the pier and enjoy the beautiful Lake Jackson and it's breath-taking sunsets!

Highlands Hammock

Highlands Hammock
Elevated boardwalks meander through an old-growth bald cypress swamp with cabbage palmettos, ferns, bromelaids, a thousand years ago, and one is possibly the largest oak in Florida with a girth of over 36 feet.

White tailed deer, alligators, gopher tortoises, frogs, otters, golden silk spiders, pileated woodpeckers, red-shouldered hawks, barred owls and Florida scrub-jays are common in the park. On other occasions you may run into the Black bear. Click here to learn more about Highlands County.

Sebring International Raceway!

International Raceway - 12 hours of Endurance
Sebring is the home of America's oldest and most famous road racing track. Founded over a half century ago, Sebring International Raceway is the Mecca of sports car racing, hosting the famous 12 hours of Endurance Race every March. This race is attended by over 110,000 people each year - including race teams, drivers, major vendors and race fans from all over the world. Click here to learn more about the Sebring International Raceway.

A Historic Sports Care Race is held two weeks prior to this major event each year. It draws sports car racing enthusiasts from far and wide, as a range of the oldest to those race cars most recently retired take to the track in the Annual Rolex Challenge. What a memorable experience!

Highlands County Lakes

Highlands County Lakes
Whats not to love about Highlands County, Florida. Recreation opportunities in our community,abound for people of all ages, including fresh water swimming in our many lakes, fishing, boating, water skiing and other water sports. Large mouth bass can be found in area lakes and many are of trophy size

The Golfing experience in Highlands County is second to none! "Best in Class" If your looking for a 36 Hole championship Course, look no further, we have just what you need right here in Highlands County. Click here to learn more about our County.

 

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