Women of Sugarmill Woods
Who: The Women of Sugarmill Woods & all your friends, husbands, significant others and neighbors
When: The next Military Cards Party will be Monday, April 16, 2017
Time: Doors open at 12:15 p.m. with games starting at 1 p.m.
Where: Sugarmill Woods Country Club
Rita Strouzer 382-3814 or Anne Kennedy 382-2047
Oak Village Board Meeting
Thursday, April 20, 2017 ♦ Time: 9:30 AM ♦ Location: 8827 S Suncoast Blvd - Oak Village Office
Cypress Village Board Meeting
Friday, April 21, 2017 ♦ Time 9:30 AM ♦ Location: Sugarmill Woods CC
Women of Sugarmill Woods
Monday, April 24, 2017
Glen Lakes Country Club
Doors Open At 11:00 A.M. Lunch At Noon
Cora Ziegler, Director of Programs – (352) 586-8021
Oak Village Women's Club Luncheon
Monday, May 8, 2017 11:00 am ♦ Glen Lakes Country Club ♦ Contact Sarah Berg 352-503-2717
Rotary Club of Sugarmill Woods
Meetings at Sugarmill Woods Country Club every Tuesday at 4:45 pm
Woman of Sugarmill Woods
Book Groups contact Dorothy Dawson, 382-1508 ♦ Cards & Conversation contact Mary Ann Zack, 382-1444 or Maryann McNiff, 382-4881 ♦ Hands & Feet contact Ann O’Brien, 382-1848 or Sonya Coughenour, 382-9038 ♦ Mah-Jong Lessons contact Joyce Rasmussen, 382-3466 ♦ Pinochle contact Judy Hill, 382-1348 ♦ Quilting contact Judy Neace, 382-2691 ♦ Crocheting contact Cora Ziegler, 586-8021
Golf & Tennis
If you enjoy sports, food, and fellowship, you will find the privately owned Country Club of Sugarmill Woods, the Golf Club of Southern Woods and the Oak Village Bath & Tennis Club will meet or exceed your highest expectations.
Sugarmill Woods Country Club's golf course boasts 27 challenging golf holes, designed by Ron Garl. The Club has a pro shop, driving range and putting green, with golf professionals for group or private lessons.
Southern Woods Golf Club has 18 holes of golf designed by Hale Irwin and has a pro shop, professional lessons, driving range, and putting green available for members use. You will find Fine Dining and Casual Dining available at the clubs and there are membership options available for dining only.
BOTH GOLF VENUES ARE INCLUDED IN ONE MEMBERSHIP PACKAGE
If your game is tennis the Oak Village Bath & Tennis Club complex offers 8 Championship Courts, 4 Hartru Courts and 4 Hard Courts, a fitness Facility and junior Olympic size pool with 6 lap lanes.
Located in the heart of the Florida Nature Coast, just up the road from Sugarmill Woods, is a little old town called Homosassa. Homosassa sits on the south bank of the Homosassa River. The beauty and abundant wildlife of this river is stunning. The commercial fishing industry has all but disappeared from the area while the recreational fishing is alive and well. Experience old Florida and fish the fabled grounds of Homosassa, Crystal River, and The Gulf of Mexico. For the best possible experience, hire a professional fishing guide to make your trip enjoyable and rewarding.
Inland lakes and rivers abound within a very few minutes from Sugarmill Woods. We have the 19,000-acre Tsala Apopka chain of lakes near Inverness. This freshwater system is home to an abundance of freshwater species, and is a world-renowned largemouth bass fishery. Shellcracker, Bluegill, Bream, Redear, Sunfish you name them, we have them. We can’t forget the Withlacoochee River forming the eastern border of Citrus County which is another unforgettable freshwater fishing paradise.
Just 30 minutes from Sugarmill Woods is the famous Withlacoochee State Trail. It is a wide, asphalt-paved trail, 46 miles long that follows much of the course of the Withlacoochee River. The trail is built on the former right-of-way of an abandoned railroad track and spans several counties as it traverses mile after mile of natural lands and riverbanks. Ideal for bicycle touring, the trail also attracts walkers and roller blade enthusiasts.
As a hiker, you will enjoy a wide range of choices in Citrus County. You can hike through sand hills, scrub, hardwood hammock, hydric swamp, prairie, and marsh. Many trails go through several or all of these land types.
Right in Sugarmill Wood’s back yard is the most remote coastal region north of the Everglades for paddlers. Paddlers will enjoy unmarred vistas of salt marsh, tree islands, and winding tidal creeks. Small coastal trail towns with rich histories add a cultural flavor. In winter, manatees abound in King's Bay. River trails in the region include the Steinhatchee, Withlacoochee South, Homosassa, Chassahowitzka, Barge Canal, Weeki Wachi and Pithlachascotee.
Not only do the close by waters of Sugarmill Woods provide sightseeing paddling if you combine the action of fishing with the pleasure of paddling, you get kayak fishing, one of the Nature Coast’s most memorable aquatic activities. Kayak fishing allows you to paddle into grassy flats and shallow coastal areas that hold reds, trout, and snook. A valuable resource for area kayak fishing is: http://fishingkayaks.us.