Juliette Falls near Ocala to Open in mid-October

The developer of Juliette Falls Golf Spa Community has announced it will open its John Sanford-designed course on October 21st. A week-long series of events is planned for October 17-21 leading up to the official opening.

The festivities will begin on Wednesday the 17th and continue through the week until Sunday - the first official day the layout will be open to the public.

"Golfers and members who will begin to visit Juliette Falls in October will find one of the most unique courses in Florida", said Tom Cioffi, director of operations. "Unlike most courses in Florida, which tend to be flat and similar, Juliette Falls provides memorable holes with their own personality and notable features including the four unique waterfall features with magnificent rock work.

"The course will also feature waste areas, native landscaping that is primarily native Florida vegetation, and premier Tiff Dwarf Bermuda grasses used on the tees and greens will make Juliette Falls a true one of a kind experience for our members and guests," continued Cioffi.

Designed by Florida-based Sanford, Juliette Falls meanders over a portion of the project's 546 acres near Ocala and will serve as the centerpiece of the private golf and spa community. Property owners will enjoy membership to the 7,239-yard, par-72 golf club, a parkland design highlighted by four waterfalls, pine, oak and palmetto forests. The development also contains a 136-acre Nature Preserve and Wildlife Conservation area with five miles of groomed trails for walking, jogging and biking.

Homes in the community will range from $599,000 to over $3 million, including lots, interior furnishings, pool and spa package, landscaping and irrigation. The course will allow limited public access during the membership build-out period.

For more information, call 352/465-4000 or visit www.juliettefalls.com.