Hernando Beach

Hernando Beach, Florida


Hernando Beach is a small Gulf Coast community located just minutes away from multiple access points to get quickly on the water. Whether you want to explore the waterfront canal community of Hernando Beach and then venture out to the warm Gulf waters, or head a few minutes north to the Weeki Wachee area and enjoy cool, spring feed waters, there are plenty of options for exploring and making your own unique adventure.

WakeRack Locker Location

How it works

Pick-up and drop off your rental at the WakeRack lockers outside The Weaver Group Realty, Inc. The access code to retrieve your paddle board or kayak is provided in an email one hour before your reservation.

Each rental includes everything you need in a duffel bag, even the life jacket!


Rogers Park

Rogers Park is about 6 minutes away, straight up Shoal Line Blvd, from where our locker is located. It is a great location with a 3-acre beach park on the Weeki Wachee River, where you can swim, canoe, fish, launch a boat, or maybe even spot a manatee! Includes boat ramp, canoe launch, swimming area, showers, seasonal lifeguards, observation deck, restrooms, picnic tables and shelter, playground, barbecue grills and a volleyball court. Parking does cost $10 per vehicle, unless you have a Hernando County Park Pass

Hernando Beach Public Boat Ramp

Only a mile up the road, the public boat ramps for Hernando Beach allow you to put in and paddle through the waterfront canal community and work your way out to the open waters of the Gulf. There is a paid parking area, directly across the street, or various other parking areas nearby.

Bayport Park

Bayport Park, while a bit further at about 13 minutes away from our locker, is located on the Gulf of Mexico where the Weeki Wachee Rivers ends. Along with a put in location, the park offers picnic tables, pavilions, bathrooms, barbecue grills, a boardwalk, and a fishing pier. Parking does cost $10 per vehicle, unless you have a Hernando County Park Pass

Weeki Wachee Springs State Park

About 13 minutes away, Weeki Wachee spring offers 200 acres of natural attractions and a waterpark with an underwater theater for entertainment. If you want to do a one-way trip from the start of the springs and down the river, there is a private launch location at the park that does require a prior reservation for use of the launch as well as scheduling shuttle services, if needed, to get back.

Linda Pederson Park & Jenkins Creek

Both Linda Pederson Park and Jenkins Creek are less than 5 minutes away from our locker. There is plenty to do for family fun at Linda Pederson park, along with water access, there is a boardwalk that connects to Jenkins Creek, pavilions and restroom facilities, playgrounds for the kids, as well as an observation tower that you can climb for a panoramic view of the marsh and a view out over the Gulf of Mexico. Parking is free at Linda Pederson Park but does require a fee of $10 across the street at Jenkins Creek.