- Ravine Gardens State Park
- Saint Johns Riverfront Park
- David Browning Railroad Musuem
- Bronson-Mulholland House
- Putnam Historic Museum
- Welaka National Fish Hatchery
- Ocala National Forest
- Salt Springs
- Silver Springs
- St. Augustine, Historic Area
- Daytona International Speedway
- University of Florida
City Name: PALATKA
Direction from City Center to Hotel: North West
Distance from Hotel: 2.5 MI/ 4.02 KM
Convenience Store: 0.05 MI/ 0.08 KM East
Golf: 5 MI/ 8.05 KM
While you stay at our hotel's location in Palatka, FL, you can learn more about the area by touring Putnam County Museum, the oldest surviving structure in the county, and reading about its beginnings as a tourist town to its growth as a timber town.
Designed by famous golf architect Donald J. Ross, Palatka Golf Club is a must-do for our hotel's guests. The Palatka, Florida 18-hole course borders Ravine Gardens and hosts nationally recognized tournaments, including the Florida Azalea Amateur.
Don't Go Home Without
Formed by streams flowing through the area over thousands of years, this beautiful ravine was developed into a garden in 1933. While its landscaping is picturesque year-round, Ravine Gardens State Park is especially breathtaking during azalea season. The Garden is also a lovely place to hold weddings
If you're planning on visiting our hotel's property in Palatka, Florida, make sure you ask our staff about exciting upcoming events. Our town hosts the Blue Grass Festival in February, the Azalea Festival in March and the Blue Crab Festival in May.