Hernando Beach

  • Flamingo Blvd.
    Hernando, FL 34607

Hernando Beach FL located in Hernando County is found on the far west coast with many waterfront residential opportunities. Weeki Wachee is to the north and Spring Hill is south east of this small rural community. This tight-knit neighborhood has a laid back and relaxed lifestyle on the waterfront. Offering homes with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico, as well as, the Weeki Wachee River. The living is easy in these large and small homes on the water. Homes vary from classic Florida style homesites to new construction with deep fresh water canal and indirect gulf access. It is within  minutes to the open water for all water activities and still convenient to all the major amenities US Highway 19 has to offer  including shopping, restaurants, entertainment, and medical facilities.

Custom-built and stilt-homes are dotted along the network of manmade canals in Hernando Beach, all are navigable by boat and open to the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Offering great value for the money, homes in Hernando Beach consist mostly of single-family homes that, compared to other waterfront properties in the Tampa Bay Area, are quite affordable. This location has some of the best and most desirable waterfront living in Florida. The canals are lined with many existing upscale homes that feature waterfront dockage for your boat, kayak, or paddle boards. Hernando Beach offers largely undeveloped beauty with many waterfront home sites that are still available to build your dream home.

The Nature Preserve and man-made lakes across from Hernando Beach offer serene hiking trails for bird watching, and bike riding paths for the outdoor or exercise enthusiast. A quick 5-minute drive north takes you to the 135-acre Linda Peterson Park, formally known as Hernando Beach Park, and Jenkins Creek. Both public parks are host to outdoor favorites that include fishing piers, picnic areas, manatee watch zones, and a 40-foot observation tower. There are plenty of areas available for shoreline fishing and photographing the eagles and ospreys that call Florida’s Adventure Coast their home.

 From Hernando Beach you can paddle in kayaks and canoes to nearby Weeki Wachee and Withlacoochee Rivers, the Gulf shallows and backwaters. There are fantastic sunsets every evening and during the day you can find natural coastal wildlife. Hernando Beach itself has seen a rapid growth of local businesses and restaurants that include outdoor dining, local establishments that offer live music and several marinas to provide its residents with all of their recreational needs.

Discover Hernando

The city and county of Hernando is known as the Adventure Coast for the boundless opportunities to explore natural Florida.