: HWY 19
: Sunset Beach
: Innisbrook Golf Club
Sunset Beach, at the end of the street, is a palm tree lined beach where you can launch a small boat, kite surf, wind surf, paddle board & kayaks. (We provide 2 kayaks and a Stand Up Paddleboard). It's also a nice beach to go fishing, cook out, swim and sunbath. The Pavillion hosts bands weekly. It has the best sunsets on the Gulf of Mexico! Keep an eye out for the green Quaker Parrots known to frequent the beach and surrounding area.
Howard Park, located 4 blocks away, has many personal cookout spaces for family parties. This park also has a very nice beach with tons of palm trees and beautiful views of the gulf. You can also rent kayaks and watercraft here.
Tarpon Springs is home to many beautiful bayous teaming with Manatees!
Nearby in Honeymoon Island State Park, there is an exceptionally beautiful Dog Beach to enjoy the day with your best friend. You can also take a ferry to Caledesi Island known for its white sand beaches and find treasures of sand dollars and beautiful shells that line the beach.
You will find several Golf Courses in Tarpon Springs including the world renown Innis brook Golf and Resort Club. A beautiful and more affordable option, is Tarpon Springs Golf Course.
Tarpon Springs is home to the largest population of Greeks, outside of the country of Greece. It boasts a Mediterranean atmosphere and you will find signage in both English and Greek throughout town. The Sponge Docks is home to the historical sponge industry that made this area famous. You can also take boat tours, ride the Jolly Trolley, enjoy some shopping and visit their Aquarium. The main attraction is the delicious and authentic Greek food, Greek Traditions and friendly people!
Tampa is conveniently located about 40 minutes away. Clearwater and St. Petersburg are 30 minutes south of Tarpon Springs. Orlando is an hour and half away. Local Amusement parks and Attractions nearby: Busch Gardens, Lowry Park Zoo, Clearwater Marine Aquarium (home of Winter the dolphin), Suncoast Primate Sanctuary, Tampa Aquarium, Ybor City, Ruth Eckerd Hall and St. Pete Times Forum.