Stay in Gainesville fl., located in Alachua County and the largest city in North Central Florida. Gainesville is home to the University of Florida.
Find your affordable accommodation in Gainesville Florida close to I-75 and Hwy 441, downtown and near the Alachua County Fairgrounds.
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Gainesville Alachua County Fairground
address : 3100 NE 39th Ave, Gainesville, FL 32609
From business travel to a relaxing vacation, finding your perfect budget, affordable, moderate or luxury accommodation in Gainesville Florida is easy. We offer you the best selection of hotels and motels in different Gainesville FL neighborhoods. Most of the better hotels are at one of the four I-75 interchanges but a few are on US-441 (SW 13th Street) south of the university.
There are numerous of different lodging options (hotels, resorts and motels) to choose from, ranging from luxury to basic, to suit all tastes and pockets. We help you find the perfect great value accommodation.
Staying in the right area can save you a lot of time driving to and from the different museums, airport, sights and attractions. Here’s an overview of some areas to help you decide where to stay in Gainesville Florida.
The main areas in Gainesville Florida are :
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Downtown Gainesville boasts prestigious institutions like the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, the Florida Museum of Natural History and the Hippodrome State Theatre. Archer Road has a myriad of restaurants while the Oaks Mall on Newberry Road provides one-stop shopping. Downtown Gainesville is really only a couple blocks square and contains a few cute little shops, lots of bars, and some interesting dining, shopping, sports, and live entertainment.
This area include Downtown Gainesville, Uinversity of Florida, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium Florida Field, Alfred A. McKethan Stadium, Stephen C. O'Connell Center, Florida Museum of Natural History Collections, Gainesville Raceway, Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, The Hippodrome State Theater, Hilton University of Florida Hotel and Conference Center, University of Florida Golf Course, Gainesville Shopping Center, Devil's Millhopper Geological, Shands Hospitals, VA Medical Center, Sante Fe Community College, Butler Plaza, Gainesville-Hawthorne State Trail, University of Florida Cultural Plaza, North Florida Regional Medical, Oaks Mall and Thornebrook Village Shopping Center.
The Devil's Millhopper State Geological Site is a 63-acre park with a huge sinkhole that was formed when the roof of an underground cavern collapsed.
The downtown Gainesville area hosts numerous hotels and motels, best known as home of the University of Florida.
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Other attractions and landmarks in the area include the Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, home of one of the top collegiate teams in the nation, the University of Florida Gators, Hilton University of Florida Hotel and Conference Center and the Gainesville Raceway, home of the NHRA Gatornationals.
TIP : Enjoy the University of Florida Gators play football, basketball, baseball, soccer, and compete in track & field events, swimming, and more in their large, state-of-the-art stadiums and arenas.
This area north east of Gainesvile hosts Gainesville Regional Airport, Ironwood Golf Course, Fairbanks, Copeland Settlement and Sante Fe Community College Kirkpatrick Center.
The Gainesville Airport area is located in Northeastern Gainesville near the Alachua County Fairgrounds. The airport is only a 15 minute drive from downtown and the University of Florida.
Gainesville Regional Airport serves the Greater Alachua County area. Currently, the Gainesville Airport (GNV) offers flights on its two carriers, United Airlines and Delta.
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TIP : Staying in this area, next to the airport, can be convenient for business travelers. The airport is used by mostly business travelers, and students on the weekends, so you can often find great deals to or from Gainesville for mid-week flights.
Alachua is located 13 miles northwest of Gainesville Florida, at the intersection of I-75 and US Hwy 441. Historic downtown Alachua is an area full of antique shops and restaurants. Visitors will enjoy a variety of outdoor activities like scuba diving, canoeing, fishing and swimming in the surrounding area.
This area include I-75 North, Alachua Florida, San Felasco Hammock State Preserve and Turkey Creek Golf and Country Club and Plantation Oaks Golf Club ( a 18-hole championship golf course ).
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TIP : Within minutes of Alachua you will find the worlds largest fresh water natural springs. Poe Springs, Blue Springs, and Ginnie Springs are the renowned cave diving mecca.
Downtown Micanopy streets are lined with historic buildings each housing unique shops and cafes, located between I-75 and US 441 and 25 minutes drive away from Gainesville fl.
Over 20 distinct biological communities provide a rich array of habitats for wildlife, including alligators, bison, wild horses, and over 270 species of birds in Paynes Prairie State Preserve.
This area hosts I-75 south, Micanopy Florida, Kanapaha Botanical Gardens, Paynes Prairie State Preserve, Gainesville Country Club, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings State Historic Site, Historic Haile Homestead at Kanapaha Plantation
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Famous attractions nearby include the Kanapaha Botanical Gardens, a 62 acres gorgeous assemblage of gardens, and Paynes Prairie State Preserve I-75 South - Stay located 10 miles south of Gainesville, in Micanopy, on the east side of US 441.
TIP : Micanopy was voted "Best Antique Shopping" town and Paynes Prairie was voted "Best Place to View Alligators" by readers of Florida Magazine.