City of Brooksville, Florida

The city hosts an annual Blueberry Festival in its downtown area with music performances. They hope to someday rival the famous Strawberry Festival in Plant City. The famously haunted May-Stringer House (now a historical museum) is also located in Brooksville. The 158-year old house is one of the oldest buildings in the area. A contractor named John L. May purchased the Brooksville property in 1855 and built a home for his family. His wife, Marena, died in childbirth while delivering their daughter, Jessie Mae, who died three years later. Ever since Hernando County began restoration attempts, they reported cold spots, unexplainable mist, objects moving, and a young girl’s laughter coming from an upstairs bedroom. Some have even heard a child wailing and crying for her mother, though there were absolutely no children allowed on the restoration site.

Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport & Technology Center is a multi-use economic development and public-use aviation facility. Covering 2,400-acres that is well-suited for both commercial and industrial development, this prime property is the largest airport north of the Tampa Bay-St. Petersburg/Clearwater region.

April 22-23, 2017

Location: Brooksville

Brooksville celebrates Florida’s fastest growing specialty crop of edibles at the Sixth Annual Florida Blueberry Festival featuring 2 stages of live concerts, kids zone, water slide and vendors with yummy blueberry-infused decadence. 

May 18-21, 2017

Location: Sertoma Ranch in Brooksville, Florida

This well-known music fest features 60+ bands including Florida's best in several genres. Bring your RV's, tents and stay for this 4 day event and enjoy the complete experience.