“Florida’s Sweetest Attraction” See how Florida’s finest citrus is grown and harvested, watch Mixon’s packinghouse in operation from the visitor’s observation area. Bring your camera and enjoy Southern hospitality at its finest.
Let Mixons treat you to a FREE cup of fresh squeezed Orange Juice, Grapefruit Juice or Lemonade, made right here in our packinghouse…Where you can watch the juice being made!
Stop at our Homemade Fudge Counter for our unique & delicious Fudge Flavors…Made fresh daily! Be sure to enjoy one of our famous Orange Swirl Ice Cream Cones.
Discover some of Florida’s finest treats while browsing the 14,000 sq. foot Gift Shoppe. Our Shoppe is filled with unique Florida Gifts, Gourmet Specialties, Teas, Honey, Marmalades, Salsas and much more.
Store hours are Monday through Saturday, 10:00am to 5:00pm. You’ll find Gifts for every occasion…Jewelry, colorful Ceramic Home Decor, Cards, Children’s Books & Games, intriguing pictures and more.
Don’t miss the Wine Sampling Counter for a wonderful selection of award-winning Florida Wines. Some are made with Florida-grown Muscadine Grapes and Mixon Oranges.
Stay for lunch…Choose from an array of delicious Sandwiches, Soups, and Salads in our Groveside Cafe. We now offer Javarama Coffees. How about a Cappuccino, Cafe Mocha or Latte?
We’ve got lots to see and do all year round. May through October, our delicious citrus is growing and preparing for another great season. November through early May, we’re in season! You can sample the many varieties of seasonal Citrus as you begin your visit.
Dean and Janet Mixon are happy to share a portion of their citrus grove with Wildlife Inc. for a Florida Wildlife Care & Education Center. We provide much needed land and shelter for orphaned and injured Birds, Animals and Reptiles. Our mission is to rehabilitate Florida wildlife for release back into the wild, and to promote education, appreciation, and respect for wildlife.
The Orange Blossom Express Tram goes through the grove and you learn about the Mixon history and then stops at the Wildlife Education & Rehabilitation Center Inc. where they will let you get up close to the animals and talk to you about how to protect them and yourselves.