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#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Hudson
Developed on a former limestone mine, there is a 70 acre spring fed lake, beach, aqua park, wake boarding cable park, as well as kayaks and paddleboards.
It's a great place to go an chill with family an friends, nice staff cool inflatable thing an you can waeck boarding witch looks super fun!
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Hudson
neighborhood park with recreation center, indoor basketball, outdoor basketball, soccer and baseball fields, 2 mile paved trail and an olympic size community pool
The park furnishes the equipment, including paddles for those just beginning and wishing to see if it is a game they wish to continue.The restrooms are kept clean and the office personnel is friendly and helpful.
#3 of 4 Nature & Parks in Hudson
We think it is a GREAT SANCTUARY and if the birds could all talk , they would tell her every day how much they love being there !! Wonderful Place!! Susan & Delaney M
They now have 750 parrots, macaws and other species who now have "The Freedom To Just Be A Bird" and will live a long healthy & happy life amongst their own kind.
#4 of 4 Nature & Parks in Hudson
Great view of the gulf and great sunsets for sure.
Sam's Beach Bar is in the middle of the park and they have good eats, adult libations, and live bands.

Sims Park

New Port Richey 8.0 mi away
#1 of 7 Nature & Parks in New Port Richey
Throughout the year you'll find numerous concerts, craft events, Native American celebrations, and in between all these offerings, it's a great place to just hang out or to take a relaxing stroll along the river.
- Plenty of large old oaks with hanging moss - Plenty of ducks and birds to feed - A veterans memorial - Free Movies in the Park Events - Plenty of Dog walking space including Dog waste containers It is also a ver...

Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park

New Port Richey 8.4 mi away
#2 of 7 Nature & Parks in New Port Richey
What a beautiful little piece of paradise nestled in the woods we love this park great for picnics the bike trail is wonderful you'll see animals like birds, snakes, possums such a beautiful place so peaceful we l...
Looking for large campsite close to Tampa for some tent or cabin camping the park is beautiful and lots to see and do bring your bike and adventurous heart and the staff/ranger is the sweetest guy you'll ever meet...
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Port Richey
There was an option to go into the open Gulf and see the dolphins instead we stayed around the inlet waters and watched birds and flying fish. 2 hours and quite affordable!
What a great little park!!! Plenty of walking/hiking available along very scenic waterways and meadows.
#3 of 9 Nature & Parks in Spring Hill
The Nature Coast Botanical Garden is a place well taking care off by local residents and offers a vast variety of plants and gardening designs that people enjoy in every visit.
Bring a picnic or drinks and relax in the picnic area, delight in the Asian Garden where you'll find Asian statuary, and a covered archway with an inviting bench to rest on in the shade.

James E Grey Preserve

New Port Richey 8.7 mi away
#4 of 7 Nature & Parks in New Port Richey
Beautiful boardwalk trail along the river, shelters for picnics, areas to fish, birdwatching, places where you can set your kayak or canoe in the river.
Some species that can be found throughout the park include manatee, gopher tortoises (we actually assisted one across the road nearby), deer, turkey, squirrel, and so many species of birds it's impossible to keep...

Robert K Rees Memorial Park

New Port Richey 8.5 mi away
#5 of 7 Nature & Parks in New Port Richey
very nice small beach and park...playground for young kids, nice nature walking trail, small beach but nice, and yes you can swim.
On the north side of the park, we took a walk on the beautiful boardwalk which makes its way through the mangroves.

Crews Lake Wilderness Park

Spring Hill 9.4 mi away
#5 of 9 Nature & Parks in Spring Hill
We came here for the Central Pasco and Gulf Railroad Easter event and while yes, the train ride makes this park extra special and unique, the park itself is quite beautiful and unique too!
This serene park has many available parking spaces, covered pavilions with grilling facilities, clean washrooms, trails, and easy to navigate terrain.