Besides being a world-class Eco-tourism destination, High Springs is known for its antique shops. Many of these shops offer a variety of choices besides antiques, including crafts, fine art, jewelry, and stained glass items.

High Springs has a "His & Her Hobby Shop" at 610 NE Santa Fe Blvd. You can purchase kayaks and diving equipment at Adventure Outpost out on US 441. High Springs Farmers' Market is open year-round on Thursdays 2p-6p, and on Saturdays April through July 11a-3p. The Farmers' market is at James Paul Park, directly behind City Hall. Call (386) 454.3950 for more information on the High Springs Farmers' Market. High Springs offers a number of dining options both on the US 441 corridor and downtown in the historic district. Try the classic-style '50's diner or one of the dozen gourmet, classic, vegetarian, steak or seafood eateries. Or just drop in at the old-fashioned soda fountain at the downtown's former drugstore for a sandwich or ice cream.

Atmosphere: Casual, Fast Food

Cuisine: Steak House, Vegan

This attraction should take approx: (hours): 4

Shopping: Antique, Gallery, Market

Shopping Type: Art, Clothes, Furniture, Jewelry, Shoes