Hernando Beach consists of 3 sections. The North section is everything north of Companero Entra. The canals lead directly to the Gulf of Mexico. This was the first section to be dredged by developer Charlie Sasser starting in 1959 and has the deepest and widest canals.
The Central section of Hernando Beach consists of all roads off of Hermosa Blvd. Hernando Beach South can be accessed by Bluefish Dr. or Jewfish Dr. Both the Central and the South sections of Hernando Beach offer residents Indirect access to the Gulf of Mexico through the Community Boat Lift. Only the South section has deed restrictions and a mandatory HOA. HOA fees are minimal and the deed restrictions are in place to maintain the pristine appearance of the community.
Nature is evident throughout the area which boasts a lush estuary where the Gulf waters, lavish canal systems, lakes, rivers, tidal marshes, and flats host abundant wildlife such as the manatee, dolphin, otter, Sandhill cranes, herons, ibis, and egrets, wild turkeys, Bald eagles, osprey, flamingos, and more. Offshore, you can find a variety of fish, sea turtles, shellfish, and other marine life.
Hernando Beach offers up a variety of local restaurants and the basic conveniences. It is home to full-time residents and part-time residents. Throughout the year, you may also encounter vacationers, seasonal visitors, and first-time visitors. Inland, Spring Hill, Brooksville, and other local communities offer an abundance of shopping, medical care, schools, restaurants, and entertainment.
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