As the "City on the Circle," Sebring is known for its beautifully planned layout - all roads lead downtown, to Circle Street, where you can grab a bite or attend oe of the many events on the Circle. A quick walk away and you'll find the beauty of Lake Jackson, a perfect spot for a waterfront stroll or beach picnic. 

Sebring has small shops also has larger department stores like Belk, Penney's, Marshalls, Ross and Bed Bath & Beyond. There are a variety of and small independent restaurants.   But there are also the larger familiar restaurant chains.  Restaurants include Olive Garden, Red Lobster, Outback Steakhouse, Panera Bread, Chili's and several large independent Mexican, Cuban, Greek, Brick-Oven Pizza, Japanese and Chinese restaurants 

Sebring is known for a variety of recreation, arts and culture  including

  •  8 championship golf courses
  •  fishing on one of our 80+ lakes plus creeks
  • Craving nature? Head to Highlands Hammock State Park, Florida's first state park
  • bicycling, including multiple supported cycling events
  • triathlons
  • water sports - remember over 80 lakes!
  • Softball tournaments  - and YMCA  
  • Tennis - Tennis Association has clay courts in the Country Club of Sebring community 
  • Auto Racing - multiple events throughout the year at the Sebring Raceway
  • Lakeside Theater - live theater productions in the Lakeside Playhouse on Lake Jackson
  • Highlands Art League Museum 
  • Art festivals in the downtown Circle 

Whether you are exploring a lush nature escape, or participating in a competitive sport, or browsing one of the art galleries or festivals, you will find plenty to do in Sebring.