Boating, a classic year-round Florida’s Adventure Coast pastime, is enjoying renewed popularity as the perfect choice. Fresh air, sunshine and open water deliver thrills and memories to last a lifetime.
The month of March is designated as Florida Bicycle Month; comfortable weather and sunshine make Florida’s Adventure Coast, Brooksville-Weeki Wachee an ideal place to bike throughout the year.
Florida’s Adventure Coast has an abundance of parks, preserves and state-managed lands to explore, with excellent hiking trails providing a passage into Hernando County’s natural beauty.
Contrary to popular belief, Florida’s largest attraction isn’t a theme park, but rather its natural resources. On Florida’s Adventures Coast, Brooksville-Weeki Wachee, travelers are captivated by the trails, springs, rivers, forests, and wildlife.
Considered Florida’s Adventure Coast’s ‘Best Kept Secret’ by those who frequent and volunteer at the Nature Coast Botanical Gardens and Nursery, this secret oasis provides the beauty and serenity that comes with a walk in the garden.
Last Spring, when the Governor limited the seating capacity of restaurants to 25%, local restaurants found it difficult to stay afloat. Many of the restaurants did not have the ability or space to offer outdoor seating to accommodate more guests,
Nestled along a beautiful canal in Hernando Beach on Florida’s Adventure Coast, Brooksville-Weeki Wachee, the Silver Dolphin Restaurant captures the essence of “Old Florida.”
In the tiny town of Richloam, population 12,000, sits Richloam General Store. A true piece of American History which has endured since the early 20th century.