Rutland Cemetery

The Rutland Cemetery is located in Western Sumter County. Starting from SR 44 and Interstate 75, proceed West on SR 44, for 7 miles. Turn right on Half Moon Wildlife Management Area Rd. (CR 247), go about 2/10 mile and the cemetery is on the right, approximately 100 feet from the roadway. You have to go through a gate. The cemetery is surrounded with a concrete fence and there are three gravesites on the outside of the concrete area. We have not yet determined what year it was established. The oldest recorded date is 1863 and there are 22 graves.

Florida Bass Conservation Center

The FBCC is the site of the old Richloam Hatchery and is the major freshwater fish production hatchery in the State. In addition to supplying various types of fish, the FBCC also conducts research on aquaculture methods.

Withlacoochee State Park

The Withlacoochee State Park gives visitors an opportunity to experience Florida’s unique natural treasures: the Withlacoochee River, Little Withlacoochee River, and Jumper Creek, all designated Outstanding Florida Waters. The most notable is the Withlacoochee River which meanders through 13 miles of the forest.

Beville’s Corner Flea Market

Open year round Mondays from 6 a.m. – 5 p.m. Wholesale auctions are held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month. The fleamarket is located two miles north of Webster.

William L. Lovett VFW Post 10137

VFW Posts are integral to every community. They provide a space for Veterans to gather and support one another with a common bond: Proudly serving the United States military. The William L. Lovett VFW Post 10137 is located just two miles north of the Florida National Cemetery. Events such as karaoke and friday night dinners occur weekly.