Florida's Adventure Coast Blog

Our american white pelicans

Florida’s Adventure Coast is home to colonies of American White Pelicans. You can often spot them soaring above and gathering around area lakes and wetlands.

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featured upcoming events April

April 1, 2017Annual Brooksville Cycling Classic and Fitness Festival

1:00pmHistoric Brooksville, 20 North Main Street, Brooksville 34601

Watch the exciting Criterium Racing through the historic streets of downtown Brooksville. Enjoy vendors and the Main Street Fitness Festival - food and fun...

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your grapefruit great fruit adventure

Feast your eyes and taste buds on grapefruit’s sweet-tart juiciness in shades of light pink, deep rose or almost crimson. For those who love this golden-skinned fruit, mid-March is prime time for grabbing your share of this fresh Florida treat. Harvest season runs September through June.


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Adventure Coast In the News

Enjoy this digest of March 8 through March 21, 2017 stories curated from various media and online mentions. 

9 Spring Getaways that will Bring Excitement for the Warm WeatherThe Sophisticato.com

Everyone has their favorite seasons and I'm not sure which one is your favorite, but none-the-less,...

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flying under the radar: our brazilian free-tailed bats

Brazilian free-tailed bats are not just agile evening aviators, they’re astonishingly fast too, clocked at speeds up to 100 miles per hour!

Free-tailed bats average 3.5 inches long and weigh in at about 0.43 ounces. Average wingspan is 11-inches. At almost half its total length, the bat’s tail...

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New Area Dining Adventures

Please enjoy this round up of area restaurants new to Florida's Adventure Coast. 


Chipotle13208 Cortez Blvd., Brooksville, FL 34601352-597-4356

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Adventure Coast In the News

Enjoy this digest of February 23 through March 7, 2017 stories curated from various media and online mentions. 

A Tail of a Time: Mermaid Camp Teaches Visitors to Fin Like a ProThe Wall Street Journal

HERE’S a packing dilemma for you: What should a grown woman bring for a weekend of playing...

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Tiny raptor: Southeastern American Kestrel

A raptor, the Southeastern American Kestrel is the smallest of the falcons. Colorful males flaunt plumage of blue-grey wings, russet accents on the back and with black spots and white undersides with black barring. The female, slightly larger than the male, displays muted shades of brown with...

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