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Parks & nature in Pasco County

Beach
“This park hosts different events. A day at the beach just sitting in the sand. Small beach area. The Lift Adventure Park offers aquatic attractions, wakeboard dable, paddlesport rentals and the lare Aqua Park. The rentals are very reasonable and is a great place for first timers to try paddlesports.”
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Harbour / Marina
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“A slice of Florida heaven tucked away along the Cotee River in Port Richey. Tiki Bar and Grill and sit back and relax while enjoying our locally inspired dishes, fresh seafood and cool signature cocktails that are sure to quench your thirst. Enjoy waterfront dining along the Cotee River! We offer seating among the trees dripping with Spanish moss, or you can pick a sunny spot near the water. Our large screen TVs ensure you'll never miss a minute of the big game!”
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Park
“A very nice beach and park a very short distance away (5 minutes by car, 10 minutes by bike, 20 minutes walk). Free parking.”
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“The giraffe ranch is tons of fun for kids and adults alike! It's quite the experience and I highly recommend it! ”
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“Close park with walking and bike trails that connect to the Suncoast Trail and Pinellas County bike trail, which spans the State of Florida! ”
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Nature Preserve
“11,206 acre preserve offers hiking and biking trails, fishing and boating if you own a non-gasoline engine craft.”
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“A great, paved bike trail through the wilderness, with water stations along the way. ”
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“Interesting Wildlife area with kayaks to rent, or have your kayaks included when you book at The Otter Pod, Hudson, FL”
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Lake
“Wonderful waterfront park. They have concerts, music and other live events from time to time. ”
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“This is a great spot to take the kids and let them play. The water park is perfect for little ones where they can cool off without the dangers of deep water”
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“45-acre beachfront & a 650-foot boardwalk with mangroves, picnicking & a wildlife observation tower.”
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“80-acre, riverfront preserve offering many birds & other wildlife, 2 miles of trails & a playground.”
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“Great local beach with playground for a family picnic or to enjoy the sunset from the patio of Sam's Beach Bar.”
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“There is a small trail that goes around the lake. The park is always clean and there are frequent events hosted by the city. There is a small area with exercise equipment. It is close to downtown, so you can walk to the park from several businesses.”
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