Being part of the "Nature Coast", this area is also known for its outstanding attitude towards
preserving Florida wetlands and forests in their natural state. The WeekiWachee Preserve, a 6,000 acre
protected wildlife area, separates Hernando Beach from the inland areas of Spring Hill. Lying just West
migratory birds and other wildlife. County plans to develop the spring fed lakes within the preserve
include a future swimming beach and fishing areas. This huge, heavily forested preserve provides a
natural green belt along Hernando Beach that gives residents the Gulf on one side and protected forests
on the other.

Parks near Hernando Beach and in Hernando County:

Parks:
Rodgers Park
, Hewrnando Beach
Jenkins Creek Park, Hernando Beach
Hernando Beach Park, Hernando Beach (picture)
Pine Island, near Hernando Beach
Bayport Park, near Hernando Beach
Bud McKethan Park, off US 41
Delta Woods Park, Deltona Blvd., Spring Hill
Ernie Wever Youth Park, Shoal Line Blvd. Hernando Beach
Hernando Park, downtown Brooksville on Ft. Dade
Hernando Veterans Memorial Park, Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill
Kennedy Park, Kennedy Blvd. Brooksville
Lake Townsend Regional Park- Withlacoochee Trail Access
Little Rock Cannery/Library, Citrus Way in Brooksville
Lonnie Colburn Park, Oliver Street of 41
J.Earl & Francis Miller Memorial Gardens
Nobleton Wayside Park
Pioneer Park
Ridge Manor Park
Chinsegut National Wildlife Refuge
Withlacoochee State Forest

 


Observation tower in the Hernando Beach Park



Bayport Park, Hernando Beach Fishing Pier

Grass flats and Shoal Line Blvd going North from Hernando Beach

canoeing down Weeki Wachee River


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