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Brooksville is considered an incorporated city in the region of Hernando County, Florida, in the United States. Hernando County is a rural area engulfed within the Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area, Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater.

Preston Brooks, for whom Brooksville was named in 1856, was a congressman from South Carolina. His town, Brooksville, is home to notable structures and habitations including the homes of previous Florida football player Jerome Brown and Governor William Sherman Jennings.

Brooksville has many private business groups. There are a few current therapeutic offices in the region including Brooksville Regional Hospital. Spring Hill and Oak Hill Regional Hospital and the grounds of Pasco-Hernando State College are at the edge of the city. The business segment incorporates Hernando County Airport, eleven strip malls and an open airplane terminal that is found six miles south of the city. There are three city parks with trails for strolling or jogging, picnicking areas, and also a nine-hole green and a library.


The Brooksville Raid was an invasion that Union troops dispatched into Hernando Province, Florida, amid the Civil War. It is recognized every year by what is called the biggest Civil War re-enactment in Florida.

Official documentation in regards to the invasion is inadequate, but it is said that Captain Henry Bowers, a staff officer in Key West, reported that the assault started on July 1, 1864, when 240 men boarded transports at Fort Myers, Florida.

DeSoto was based on top of an overwhelming limestone bed, a certainty which they were unconscious of at the time, and this made it exceedingly hard to acquire water, along these lines bringing about this area to be abandoned as a group site. Accordingly, in the mid-1840s, the populace moved around three miles toward the south where a settlement initially shaped by the Hope and Saxon families got to be known as Pierceville. About this time, another group around two miles northwest of Pierceville, named Melendez, was framed.

Unfortunately, Brooksville has a past filled with lynching and a few African-Americans were executed in the 1870s and 1920s. Arthur St. Clair, a pioneer of racial tolerance, was assaulted in the 1870s after he oversaw an interracial marriage. After the murder of Arthur St. Clair, the legal investigation was frustrated by nearby activities with regards to the white men denounced in his executing. In 1882, shootings occurred. The 1920s saw a resurgence of lynching and the infamous Ku Klux Klan. Many African Americans were forced to leave the area for their own safety and comfort. Brooksville established a zoning law isolating neighborhoods in 1948.


As indicated by the Census Bureau of United States, Brooksville has an aggregate range of 5.0 square miles. 4.9 square miles of it is area and 0.04 square miles of it is water. The geographic focal point of Florida is found twelve miles northwest of Brooksville. Brooksville is likewise called "Home of the Tangerine" as it was previously a noteworthy territory for growing that citrus fruit.


The ordinary weather at the (Brooksville in the United States) Hernando County Airport weather station through the span of a normal year ranges from warm and muggy to hot and humid. This is based on authentic records from 1999 to 2012. Prior records are either destroyed or inaccurate.

Brooksville, Florida has a warm muggy calm atmosphere with hot summers and no dry season. The zone inside of 40 km of this municipality is surrounded by croplands, backwoods, oceans and seas and meadows (14%).

Brooksville, Florida, gets 55 inches of a downpour for each year. The normal averages 37 across the country. Snowfall is 0 inches. Conversely, the normal US city gets 25 inches of snow for every year. Some years, the quantifiable precipitation was as much as 107.

By and large, there are 240 sunny days for each year in Brooksville, Florida. The July high is around 90 degrees. The January low is 49. People may use a “comfort index”, which measures the feeling of stickiness amid the hot months. In Brooksville, it is a 27 out of 100, where higher is more agreeable. The US normal on the “comfort index scale” is 44.


Brooksville is one of the greatest places to visit and buy a variety of things. Here are some of the places where you could use your spending money.

  • Sam’s Club - 13360 Cortez Blvd Brooksville, FL 34613- (352) 592-4737 
  • Walmart - 7305 Broad St Brooksville, FL 34601- (352) 796-5996 


A great many of the places are available where you can have a pleasant breakfast, lunch or dinner. There is dishes of all kinds for any time of day. Try these for starters!


Places for a great nightlife experience are available in this town for those who want a dose of nocturnal excitement. In Brooksville, you will get a variety of places where you can have a lot of fun when the lights go down. Visit these hot spots if you’re in the mood.

  • Red Mule Pub - 1208 S Broad St Brooksville, FL 34601- (352) 796-9650 


This is a very important part of life. People new to Brooksville will be pleased with the schools available in this region. Good schools mean a great future. Here are some examples for you.

  • K & S Ballroom - 809 W Dr M L King Jr Blvd Brooksville, FL 34601- (352) 754-4390 


Here in Brooksville there are a number of places which are considered landmarks.

  • Red Mule Pub - 1208 S Broad St Brooksville, FL 34601- (352) 796-9650 
  • Jersey Cafe - 12993 Cortez Blvd Brooksville, FL 34613- (352) 596-1424


The makeup of the town’s families is measured as 3,220 family units out of which 23.7% had youngsters less than 18 years old living with them, 40% were couples living respectively, 14.0% had a female householder with no spouse present, and 43% were non-families. 38.5% of all family units were comprised of more than one person and 19.1% had somebody living alone who was 65 years old or more seasoned. The normal family unit size ranges between 2.14 and 2.82.

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