The north-central city of Dunnellon lies west of Ocala and north of Homosassa. This small town is located on the Rainbow and Withlacoochee rivers and bills itself as the Treasure of the Nature Coast. Dunnellon has something to offer everyone: from beautiful Rainbow Springs State Park and the awesome rivers to strolling the lovely tree lined streets of the Dunnellon Historic District. Spend yours days on a river boat ride, tubing, swimming, kayaking down the river, fishing for that big bass or shopping for one-of-a-kind gifts at the unique shops and antique stores. Take a break in Dunnellon and enjoy true old-time charm. Centennial Park is located at the western portion of the city hall property adorned by the community Christmas tree, a southern style gazebo and a time capsule constructed and celebrated during the city's centennial festivities. Located along the banks of the Withlacoochee River behind city hall, is a boat ramp facility and floating dock constructed and maintained by the Department of Environmental Protection, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. The city has provided restroom facilities, a large deck w/bench seating, and open grassy area sloping down to the river. Great place for events including concerts, sunrise services, and fishing tournaments.