We wish you a warm welcome and thank you for your interest in our community. When considering how and where to spend your time, Florida’s Adventure Coast, Brooksville – Weeki Wachee offers a range of enjoyable options with safety in mind.
As we continue to monitor the local COVID-19 situation, we want to share with you status updates on business re-openings and those whose operations remain paused. Re-Opening Round-Up listing here.
Many Spring and Summer events were cancelled but many – particularly outdoor events – are resuming as we enter Fall. Please continue to check our event listings as we continue to update them. When in doubt, contact the event host or business and visit their website. Social media is a great place for status updates as well.
There are many ways to enjoy Nature’s Place to Play while still practicing social distancing. Browse our round-up of videos, virtual tours and online ideas. Check often as more virtual adventures are added.
All Hernando County park and beach locations, including Alfred McKethan/Pine Island Park and Rogers Park beach area, are open to public use. Residents are encouraged to follow CDC guidelines for social distancing.
Boat ramps and marinas remain open for public use. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for social distancing are recommended.
For a current list of known business openings, click here.
Restaurants and food establishments in Hernando County may offer indoor dining at full capacity, as well as outdoor dining with recommended social distancing.
Here is a list of Florida’s Adventure Coast restaurants offering take-out or delivery service.
In all cases, if you feel sick with fever, cough or have trouble breathing, please seek medical care and avoid contact with others.
While conditions requiring social distancing are challenging, Florida’s Adventure Coast is Nature’s Place to Play. Filled with open spaces, trails and waterways to explore, there are many ways to safely enjoy the beautiful outdoors.
Governor Ron DeSantis has issued the following Executive Orders to mitigate the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).