- TripBuzz found 89 things to do with kids in or near Brooksville, Florida, including 73 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Spring Hill, Homosassa, Inverness and Dade City.
- From Citrus Attraction At Boyett Groves to Boyett's Grove, the Brooksville area offers 88 different types of family activities, including: Golf, Bowling, Zoos and Farms & Ranches.
- A short drive from both Tampa and Orlando, Brooksville is a quiet community in Florida. Home of the Withlacoochee State Forest, the city is also known for outdoor recreation such as fishing, hiking, canoeing, camping and wildlife watching. The city further provides historical sites including both a Train Depot and Heritage Museum.
86% 66 votes
15602 Pioneer Museum Road, Dade City, FL 33523 MoreLess Info
Pioneer Florida Museum & Village was created when a prominent citizen of San Antonio, Florida offered a variety of old farm equipment to the Pasco County Fair Association. They accepted thirty-seven vehicles and tools of yesteryear and the attraction has grown every day since.
90% 770 votes
MM 47.5, behind Porky's Restaurant on the Bayside, Marathon, FL MoreLess Info
Maximize the fun of any vacation by spending the day with Spirit Snorkeling. Snorkel along the third largest barrier reef in the world and swim among exotic tropical fish, great for beginners and non-swimmers as well.
Dade City's Wild Things is an ecotourism zoo that brings you a closer than ever look at some magnificent animals on their guided Sunken Jungle Trek or Jungle Safari Rides. The tours also offer amazing personal encounters with tiger cubs, monkeys, and more.
For an educational experience that is both unique and beautiful, visitors enjoy Homosassa Butterfly. The exhibit features up close and personal encounters with various species of colorful butterflies as well as on-site dining options.
69% 55 votes
3100 South Old Floral City Road, Inverness, FL 34450 MoreLess Info
Fort Cooper State Park is home to the crystal waters of Lake Holathlikaha and a fort for the First Georgia Battalion of Volunteers. The historic spot now offers camping, picnicking, hiking, birding, and more.