(699342) Lot 15 Smallman St. Webster, FL. 33597
Lakefront Vacant Lot
81 x 299
24,219 sqft lot
2020 Taxes: $155.95
Don't let the cozy, relaxing feel of Hernando County fool you. When it comes to things to do in the county, it's not all lazy days and lemonade; there are plenty of fun and adventurous activities worth climbing out of the hammock for.
The Weeki Wachee live mermaids at Weeki Wachee Springs State Park Hernando County's most famous attraction have been providing underwater entertainment for over 60 years. Enter the underground theatre of Florida's newest state park to watch real mermaids lip-sync, eat bananas, drink cola and dance ballet all while under water.
After enjoying Weeki Wachee's live mermaids, play with the kids at (or cool off at) Buccaneer Bay Florida's only spring-fed water park for waterslides, beach volleyball, sandy beaches and lots of family fun.
Soak up the serenity by gliding down the crystal-clear waters of the Weeki Wachee River on an endangered manatee tour, or scuba dive a 140 ft. underwater cave at Hospital Hole. Outdoor excursions through the Withlacoochee State Forest and Chinsegut Nature Center show off Hernando's eco-friendly attitude and abundance of natural attractions.
Get in some ATV riding at Croom Motorcycle Area, Florida's only state-run off-road park, is located 40 miles north of Tampa along I-75 at exit 301 at SR50. Nestled in the Withlacoochee State Forest, this 2600-acre riding area features a campground, two day-use parking areas and enough variety of terrain for all skill levels
Indulge in some retail therapy at one of several major department stores or discover the unique experience of downtown Brooksville with its antique stores and quaint eateries.
From a mermaid show, a canoe adventure, pristine wilderness experiences and excellent fishing, to down home hospitality, Hernando County offers experiences that are fun, relaxing and memorable.
From antebellum home tours to Civil War museums and downtown art shows, music, art and history play a strong role in the culture of Hernando County.
Tucked away in the rolling hills of Historic Brooksville, discover the heritage and life style of 150 years of History. Sense the aura of the 19th and early 20th century rural Florida. The stately lady better known as at the Hernando Heritage Museum sits aristocratically atop one of the seven hills of Brooksville. The twelve rooms of the seven gabled, gingerbread trim house takes you back in time as you explore each and every room full of historic treasures & stories. Witness the largest Civil War reenactment in Florida as Confederate and Union soldiers recreate the famous Brooksville Raid of 1864. The modern day re-enactment delivers a visual picture of what life was like during the Civil War. The 3,000 or so re-enactors that participate are noted for their dedication to exacting detail. Many spend the weekend eschewing modern conveniences, preferring to sleep in canvas tents and cooking meals in iron pots over open fires.
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