Featured Attractions

The greater Orlando area is a premier vacation destination. With so many opportunities for outdoor sports and recreational activities, major attractions, and unique historical offerings, any trip to Clermont is going to be a memorable one. When you book your stay at the Days Inn & Suites Clermont, we keep you close to the area's attractions and hot spots.

Guests can enjoy the Lakeridge Winery and Vineyard, located just one mile away. This wonderful local company helps promote Florida’s local wine industry, and hosts live events throughout the year, as well as daily wine tours.

Lake Louisa State Park is just one of many lake parks that offer a great day of hiking, boating, fishing, and more. This pristine lake is surrounded by natural Florida wilderness, giving you a peaceful day to reconnect with nature.

The Clermont Historic Village Museum has been educating and entertaining guests of all ages for nearly two decades. This center helps promote our rich local history, having first opened in 1998 and still lovingly in operation.


The Lakeridge Winery & Vineyards is Clermont’s local wine maker. Guests can enjoy daily tours of the facility which include sampling some of their best wines. Since 1989, this local producer has been helping Florida’s wine scene grow in popularity. The winery is also home to many fun and exciting events throughout the year, including live music, festivals, culinary events, and more. No matter what time of year you visit, you'll find a fun and educational time when you stop by this local attraction.

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Lake Louisa State Park is a beautiful local nature attraction. Spanning over 4,000 acres, this local Florida park features ample opportunities for outdoor recreation. With hiking and biking trails, swimming areas, canoeing and kayaking, boating, fishing, and more, it’s easy to enjoy a fun filled day on the water. The park is also an affordable adventure; admission is just $5 per vehicle and is open until sundown every single day of the year. Tent and RV camping is also allowed on the property.

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The Florida Citrus Tower is Clermont’s claim to fame. The brainchild of A.W. Thacker and Jack Toole, it opened on one of the town’s hilltops in 1956 as a tribute to the region’s citrus industry. From the observation deck, visitors were awed by the 360-degree views of the area and the bountiful supply of orange groves below.

The Citrus Tower became the third “must-see” stop along U.S. Highway 27. During the early years, the parking lot was always packed. Up to 500,000 visitors a year took the elevator ride up to the top of the 226-foot-tall building.  A must see when visiting Central Florida.

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Opened by South Lake Hospital in 2001, the 37,000 square foot fitness facility features a 75-meter by 25-yard outdoor pool, athletic fields, and a 400-meter track and field complex and cross country course. The NTC also offers youth programming such as swimming, soccer and track and field to keep your whole family healthy and active.  In addition, the NTC is home to dozens of Olympic athletes and serves as a warm-weather training ground for individual athletes and teams from across the nation and the globe.

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Whether you love architecture, consider yourself a history fanatic, or simply love exploring unique local attractions, the Clermont Historic Village Museum is a great stop on any visit to our area. Featuring historical buildings such as a replica of a late 1800s schoolhouse, a memorial library, faithfully refurbished train depot, and more, guests from all over enjoy exploring our past. The village is maintained by local volunteer group the South Lake Historical Society, formed in 1998 specifically for this ongoing project.

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