Bordered by the Gulf of Mexico and the Withlacoochee River, Hernando County offers a cornucopia for nature enthusiasts. Rolling hills, sawgrass salt marshes, crystal clear springs, whispering forests, parks and trails provide hiking, biking, birding, water recreation including canoeing, kayaking, boating and fishing, golf, camping, and breathtaking sunsets. Brooksville's hometown atmosphere renders oak-canopied streets, unique shopping, history, art, events and cozy dining. Be enchanted by the world-famous Weeki Wachee Mermaids and enjoy Florida's only natural spring water park, Buccaneer Bay. Come see how we do Florida....naturally!
62nd ANNUAL HERNANDO COUNTY FAIR AND YOUTH LIVESTOCK SHOW
April 03, 2015 - April 11, 2015
Note the dates on your 2015 calendar! The Hernando County Fair will be in full swing with expos, car shows, live entertainment, rides, and games. For more details and the full schedule as it becomes available, visit www.hernandofairgrounds.com .
Visit historicDowntown Brooksville and enjoy a fun-filled day of cheering on the cycling racers. You'll be able to shop for art, crafts, produce and more. The casual "Open Ride" (9:00am-9:30am) on the Good Neighbor Trail is open to cyclists of all ages and abilities. The race donation is $5.00 per rider. Register before the ride at the "Get Healthy Zone. Helmets are required. Following the Open Ride, the exciting and action-packed street racing begins. For more information on the weekend's schedule and activities, visit the Facebook page, Brooksville Cycling Classic.
Those deep indigo, juicy orbs will be ripe for the picking before you know it! Make Brooksville, Florida, your destination for a fabulous weekend for all things blueberry! April 11 and 12, 2015, marks the celebration of the blueberry season, with live entertainment, games, food, fine art, crafts, wines, car and bike shows, and of course, blueberries! Brooksville, recently declared the official home of the Florida Blueberry Growers Association, will be transformed into a blueberry mecca for two full days. Over 100 retailers, 75 or more artisans, fresh-produce growers, and a variety of food concessionaires will delight, entertain and feed fes
ival patrons, serving up the likes of blueberry pancakes, ice cream, and shortcake! Visit Hernando County for the weekend, and experience the best of Florida … an area rich in history, natural beauty, front-porch hospitality, and the tastiest blueberries ever!