About thirty years ago, the Al Meyer, King Heile, Judy Vincent and their spouses visited a small town, near Cedar Key, just north of us, to try, to get some ideas for a fundraiser. They were having a Mullet Fish Fry. Thus was born the Hudson Seafest.
Most people pass right on through Hudson because from its main street, US 19, it looks unremarkable in comparison to its neighbors, Port Richey, New Port Richey, Holiday, etc. Yet, once you turn left or right off US 19, you find yourself in a different world from the seemingly endless strip of suburban commercial enterprise you were driving through. West is the waterfront village, and east are the nicely landscaped master-planned communities, such as Beacon Woods. Hudson is a jewel in the rough and recently featured as, nationally, one of the top 3 places in the United States for a vacation home.