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Spring Hill

The modern Spring Hill was founded in 1967 as a planned community, which was developed by the Deltona Corporation and the Mackle Brothers. The developers originally wanted to call the community Spring Lake and used that as the working name through the development process.

Things to do:

Linda Pedersen Park

Linda Pedersen Park occupies 65 acres along the east side of the road, with 12 developed acres. It offers picnic pavilions, tables, a kayak launch, playground, restrooms, and lookout tower. Swimming is permitted in the bayou, and showers are available. There is a large sandy beach area (that does not extend into the water) available for sunbathing.



High schools

  • Central High School
  • Frank W. Springstead High School,
  • Nature Coast Technical High School
  • Weeki Wachee High School
  • Hernando High School

Middle schools

  • Fox Chapel Middle School
  • Gulf Coast Academy of Science and Technology, a charter school
  • Gulf Coast Middle School, a charter school
  • Powell Middle School
  • West Hernando Middle School

K-8 schools

  • Challenger K-8 School of Science and Mathematics
  • Explorer K-8
  • John D. Floyd K-8 School of Environmental Science
  • Winding Waters K-8

Elementary schools

  • Chocachatti Elementary School
  • Deltona Elementary School
  • Pine Grove Elementary School
  • Spring Hill Elementary school
  • Suncoast Elementary School
  • Westside Elementary School
  • Notre Dame Catholic School (Pre-K to grade 8)
  • Spring Hill Christian Academy (Pre-K to grade 12)
  • Wider Horizons School,
  • West Hernando Christian School

Located an hour’s drive north of Tampa, Spring Hill, Florida offers a wide range of choices for family activities.  From water parks, beaches, a wildlife survival sanctuary and botanical garden, there is something for everyone within close proximity of Spring Hill.