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Weeki Wachee NorthWhy choose Weeki Wachee North and Brooksville

The most important aspect of buying a home is its location! Weeki Wachee North is centrally located on the west coast of Florida, 15 miles east of the Gulf of Mexico, 45 minutes north of Tampa and 60 miles west of Orlando.We are conveniently located off U.S. 19, north of Hwy 50, and six and a half miles north of the Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, home of the “Live Mermaids.” We are part of Hernando County, Florida’s Adventure Coast, the center for outdoor activities. Hernando County has an abundant amount of conservation lands, wildlife refuge parks, and nature preserves. The coast is known for some of the best fresh and saltwater fishing, boating, canoeing and kayaking in the state. If golf is your game, Hernando County has 17 well-designed golf courses. Florida’s Adventure Coast is a great place to find the best outdoor fun and adventures to fit your active lifestyle!

About the Hernando County Area:

  • Hernando County Parks and Recreation Department offers many programs in a variety of locations throughout Hernando County as well as providing a quality park system and leisure activities for all residents
  • The Hernando County Public Library is an excellent library that was awarded the “Florida Library of the Year Award for 2013”
  • The World Woods Golf Club is a 5-Star Public Golf Course located 15 minutes north east of the Community; it is known as the “Best Practice Facility in the World” and Golf Week Magazine (2013) has rated it as the “Best Course You Can Play in Florida”
  • Sherman Hills Golf Club, located in Brooksville, offers 18 holes of golf on a course designed for all levels of skill
  • Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge is located at the edge our Community; The Refuge provides opportunities for you to canoe, kayak and bike and is made up of 31,000 acres of saltwater bays and marshes and is home to over 250 species of birds, 50 species of reptiles and amphibians and 25 different species of mammals
  • Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge Park is home to the endangered Manatees, the “Gentle Giants”; you can swim and snorkel with the Manatees in their natural habitat; Crystal River is within 20 minutes from the Community north on U.S. 19
  • Pine Island Park is located just 20 minutes from the Community; This beautiful three-acre park set among palm trees includes Pine Island Beach, a white sand beach with swimming area, plus picnic tables, barbeque grills and a concession area
  • Weeki Wachee Springs State ParkThe City of Live Mermaids” located along the Gulf Coast of Florida, just 6 miles from the Community is Florida’s only spring fed waterpark, Buccaneer Bay with white sandy beaches, thrilling flume rides, beach volleyball, lazy river rides, coves and much more
  • Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park is a part of the Florida State Parks and is just 12 miles from the Community; the park showcases native Florida wildlife; it is one of the best places in the state to view manatees, while also showing, black bears, bobcats, white-tailed deer, American alligators, American crocodiles, and river otters
  • The Chassahowitzka River is a spring-fed 5-mile long river running through 5500 acres of wildlife preserves in Homosassa Florida, a short 15 minutes from the Community; it has great sport fishing, camping, hiking, bicycling, bird watching, boating and paddling
  • Bayport Fishing Pier is located in Spring Hill at the end of State Road 50 in the 7 acre Bayport Park; you can launch your boat and head out to the Gulf of Mexico for some great fishing
  • Hernando Sportsman’s Club is located within the Chassahowitzka Wildlife Management Area in Hernando County only 5 minutes from the Community; the club provides an opportunity for firearms enthusiasts to enjoy a wide variety of shooting activities
  • Howard’s Flea Market is the largest Flea Market in Citrus Country with 800 covered booths covering 55 acres; they have been awarded “The Best of Best” by the Citrus County Chronicle every year since 1996
  • There is plenty of Shopping with a large number of “Big Box” Stores located 8 miles south on U.S. 19 and 5 miles east on S.R. 50
  • Gulf View Square Mall located off of U.S. 19 in New Port Richey includes major retailers like Macy’s, Dillard’s, J. C. Penney, T.J. Maxx and Sears plus more than 100 specialty shops and a food court
  • Hernando County has numerous Restaurants, over 100 chain eateries from Hooters to Applebee’s but there are also a number of great local eateries with distinctive regional recipes, individual creative flare and are recognized by the locals as the  “best home town fare”; the Community Office has the list of “Secret Eateries”
  • The Show Palace Dinner Theater, located in Hudson, is a short 20 minute drive from the Community; the theater offers the magic of live theatre and gourmet dining all in one place
  • Two Movie Theatres, 15 minutes from the Community areGTC Beacon Theatres – Brooksville, and Spring Hill Theatre
  • The Citrus County Speedway is the “Friendliest Track in the South” located in Inverness, two miles south of S. R. 44 on U.S. 41 at the Citrus County Fairgrounds
  • The Stage West Theater is a Community Playhouse located in Spring Hill, a quick 15 minute ride from the Community
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