What began as a fruit and citrus stand in the 1960s, Boyette’s Grove and Citrus Attraction has evolved into a classic roadside attraction on Florida’s Adventure Coast, Brooksville-Weeki Wachee.read more..
Nestled along Florida’s Adventure Coast, Brooksville-Weeki Wachee, the Hernando Beach Motel and The Captain’s House offer families a unique, home away from home experience.
The Hernando Beach Motel is a charming, small hotel, with a semi-tropical setting with boat access to the Gulf of Mexico. A kitschy.read more..
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.read more..
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.read more..
In recognition of Florida’s 7,000 miles of shared-use and hiking trails, February is celebrated as Florida Hiking Trails Month, and Florida’s Adventure Coast, Brooksville-Weeki Wachee, offers some of the best hiking in the Sunshine State. Hiking is safe, socially distant, a great source of exercise and offers year-round enjoyment.read more..
As temperatures gently dip, nudged by fresh fall breezes beneath dazzling blue skies, there’s no time better to celebrate room-to-roam riches and no place better than here, in Nature’s Place to Play. Lose the roadways and find joy exploring our wide open spaces and vast trail network.read more..
Florida’s Adventure Coast is known as Nature’s Place to Play. Thanks to unique land and waterscapes, it’s home to an unmatched array of plant, animal and aquatic life. From pristine forests to flowing freshwater and the vast Gulf of Mexico, this natural world invites your exploration by foot,.read more..
The tapestry of natural areas, parks, and preserves along Florida’s Adventure Coast support a spectacular diversity of flora and fauna. Spread along the Gulf of Mexico, the region offers 200,000 acres of protected parklands to explore, along with pristine rivers, swathes of old-growth forest, and the beautiful waters of the Gulf. From birding walks to family cycling trips.read more..
Ample sunshine and fair weather make Florida’s Adventure Coast an excellent place to hike and bike throughout the year. Northwest Florida not only boasts great weather, but it’s also home to a vast network of trails that wind through parks, preserves, and wildlife areas. Some are paved paths along former railroad beds that give cyclists safe, convenient places.read more..
Home to some of the Sunshine’s State’s most iconic attractions, Florida’s Adventure Coast has been enticing visitors for decades. The region is teeming with natural wonders, from inviting freshwater springs to wildlife-rich woodlands to sun-soaked stretches of shoreline. The area also has a captivating history, and reminders of the past still dot the local landscape—especially in historic Brooksville.read more..