For more than 30 years, Rusty Anchor Mount Dora has been providing eco tours in Lake Dora and the Dora Canal. It is located at 400 W 4th Ave, Mt Dora, FL 32757. Guests can take sunset cruises to see Florida native wildlife and enjoy views of 200-year-old Cypress trees. They may also see Bald Eagles, egrets, turtles, and alligators.
The Rusty Anchor Mount Dora offers lunch and dinner cruises on the lake. The captain is very knowledgeable and will tell you all about the area. The experience is sure to be fun and informative. Guests can also enjoy a relaxing boat ride on the lake, while enjoying the beauty of the oak tree canopy. Check it out here
Eco-friendly tours offered by Rusty Anchor Mount Dora include sunset cruises, lakeshore cruises, and 2 hour scenic boat tours. The tours feature wildlife viewing, as well as beautiful Florida natives such as Bald Eagles and 200-year-old Cypress trees. The company also offers all-day cruises on the Ocklawaha River. All-day tours also include lunch.
The Rusty Anchor Mount Dora is a historic waterfront venue with an interesting history. It was originally built in the late 1800s, making it one of the oldest inland yacht clubs in Florida. The building’s wooden structure burned in the mid 1960s, but was rebuilt using modern materials. The building is now a museum and an art gallery. There is also an annual arts festival that celebrates local art.