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Hernando Reopens Pine Island Observation Deck

Pine Island Observation Deck | Hernando County | Places to Go

The deck was destroyed by Hurricane Hermine in 2016.

SPRING HILL – The Pine Island observation deck, destroyed by Hurricane Hermine in 2016, has been restored and is now open to the public.

The observation deck is a popular spot for holding weddings and watching sunsets.The total project cost was about $27,000.

The Alfred McKethan/Pine Island Park, 10840 Pine Island Drive just west of Weeki Wachee on the Gulf of Mexico, is a 3-acre park on the Gulf of Mexico includes beach and swimming area, picnic tables, shelters, barbecue grills, observation point, volleyball court, playground and concession stand.

Hernando County Parks and Recreation offers more than 20 developed parks on 424 acres and 452.5 acres of open space. The county’s parks support a wide array of recreational activities, from casual strolling
to active sports such as baseball, soccer, boating and swimming.

Photo of the Pine Island Observation Deck courtesy of Hernando County.

 

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Hernando Reopens Pine Island Observation Deck
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Hernando Reopens Pine Island Observation Deck
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The deck was destroyed by Hurricane Hermine in 2016.
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