Sebring, located midway between the east and west coasts on central Florida’s panhandle, was dubbed “The City on the Circle” after Circle Drive, part of the downtown historic district.
Most known for hosting the annual, 12 Hours of Sebring, motorsport endurance race, the city is home to Sebring International Raceway, one of the oldest, year-round racetracks in the country.
When not watching or taking part in motorsport activity, the Sebring Downtown Historic District is a great place to take a stroll, shop and dine. Visit the Children’s Museum of the Highlands where you and your little ones can climb a rock wall. At Highlands Art League, browse modern art galleries and check out their class schedule and workshops for kids and adults.
Take a four-mile drive west to Highlands Hammock State Park, which opened during the Great Depression, making it one of the state’s oldest parks. Bike around the 3-mile loop or hike one of the nine walking trails on an elevated boardwalk through an old-growth cypress swamp. Be sure to make it to the visitor’s center and museum for an interesting look at the history of this park’s construction during the New Deal.
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