The median income for a household in this area was $28,417. The median income for a family was $66,917.
C.S. Lee, a 3-acre park used as a boat launching facility. On State Road 46, fifteen miles east of US 17-92 at the Seminole County line.
Hike or leisurely explore the Genevea Wilderness Area’s 180 acres of native flora and fauna. Wander through diverse habitats like a lake system, Scrubby Flatwoods, Mixed Hardwood Swamp and Mesic Flatwoods. Spot white-tailed deer, grey fox, gopher tortoise, wild turkey, and wading birds like sandhill cranes.
Museum of Geneva History is open the second and fourth Sunday of every month from 2:00-4:00 PM. During January through February, 2016, you can tour and view exhibits now in the museum. See the manned Aircraft Spotting Tower in Geneva during WWII or the colorful seed bad material used during the same period. A history of handkerchiefs is also on display now.
May – Geneva Historical Society’s Annual May Day Picnic & Annual Meeting at Fort Lane Park – Old-fashioned fish fry, music, potluck sides and desserts.
August – Evening of Old-Fashioned Entertainment at the Museum & Geneva Community Center features historic, working musical instruments music players, toys and a silent movie. Free to members.
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