Parks & Recreation
16161 Flight Path Dr.
Brooksville, FL 34604
Phone (352) 754-4031
Phone (352) 754-4027
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
8 AM - 4 PM
Did you know you can rent certain Park Fields and Park Facilities?
To learn more about how you can rent and what the terms are, visit our Facilities Rental page.
All Hernando County park and beach locations will
Enjoying Hernando County Parks
Hernando County offers an impressive park system, with over 20 developed parks on 424 acres and 452.5 acres of open space. Our well-maintained county parks support a wide array of recreational activities, from casual strolling to active sports such as baseball, soccer, boating and swimming.
Parks range from those with Gulf and beach access and boat launches in the west, to community parks throughout the county offering activities for citizens of all ages, to a central district park hosting baseball and soccer events, to a regional park with horseback riding trails, to river access facilities on the Withlacoochee River on the east.
All county parks are ADA handicapped accessible
- No alcoholic beverages permitted
- No pets (except service animals) are permitted in county parks (except for those areas specifically designated for dogs)
- No lifeguards on duty - swim at your own risk
Pioneer/Stewy's Skate Park: Minor children are required to have parent consent to use the skate park.
No Pets are allowed in any County Parks.
Parks Ordinance #3006-01 Section 25 Pets- Pets shall be excluded from all parks except for designated dog parks. Domestic animals are prohibited on beaches and waters of swimming areas.
- Bird Watching
- Boat Ramp
- Fishing Pier
- Parking Fee
- Picnic Shelters
Newly renovated and expanded Bayport Park sits on the Gulf of Mexico at the end of State Road 50 west. Includes picnic tables, pavilions, barbecue grills, fishing pier and two boat ramps. Formerly just 1.5 acres the park now boasts 7 acres with a new Boardwalk with panoramic views, an overhauled boat ramp and additional parking for cars and boat trailers.
Launch your boat and head out to the Gulf of Mexico and spend a relaxing day on the water.
Please Note: No Lifeguards on Duty - Swim at Your Own Risk.