Siesta Key Beach
You can't come to Siesta Key and not experience the beach. In fact, there are three named beaches here on this 8-mile stretch of coastline ? Siesta Beach, Crescent Beach and Turtle Beach. All offer a fantastic island experience, with coral formations, white sand that stays cool under your feet and fantastic shelling opportunities. If you are looking for a great family beach, this is it.
imberlane RV Park and Resort
The newest RV park in the area this park keeps an old Florida feel with natural lakes and vegetation mixed around the huge RV sites. With friendly owners and easy access to area beaches this out of the way park is a great respite during your RV rental trip.
Home of some of the fiercest roller coasters in the state, Busch Gardens is also full of African animals, some rare and endangered. The theme park has something for visitors of any age, from thrilling rides for adults and older children to milder attractions for small children.
EG Simmons Regional Park
A county park with some of the most amazing RV sites in the country. Camp amongst mangroves with the Bay waters as your backyard. A very popular destination make sure to book your site early. The park is very family friendly and very easy to navigate to and within in your RV rental. Hookups are available including water and electric. A great get away without going to far away.
Lee's Travel Park
Lee?s Travel Park is an adult only community conveniently located 7 miles to the Gulf coast beaches with miles of sugar white sand, beautiful clear water and some of the most exciting events in the area. If you?re a sports fan or have one in the family, you will be very close to Bright House Field, the spring training home of the Philadelphia Phillies, Steinbreiner Field, spring training home for the NY Yankees, Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg and Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. Great theatres, museums and Busch Gardens are all within 20 miles. The St. Petersburg/Clearwater Airport is just 10 minutes away with Tampa International Airport 30 minutes. We are also within walking distance of supermarkets, restaurants, drugstores and churches. Lee?s Travel Park has 155 full service sites (water, electric & sewer). Telephones and cable T.V. can be obtained from the local phone and cable companies. Heated swimming pool, laundry facilities, library with WiFi and pool tables.
Marie Selby Botanical Gardens
A world class research and education center, it is also a frequented horticultural exhibition. Visitors come to learn and experience the living collection of tropical plants. There are 15 acres encompassing 12 buildings, which include the Children?s Rainforest Garden, which is the only outdoor elevated rainforest display in the world, where you can feel what?s like to live in the canopy, visitors can also enjoy the Towering Bamboo Garden the Banyan groves, and so much more.
Tampa Bay Automobile Museum
Pinellas Park, FL
Whether or not you are a car buff, you will enjoy the Tampa Bay Automobile Museum. The cars are a private collection, and you might even meet the owners who will tell you all about the cars. If not, the other members of staff are very knowledgeable and will give you all the information you need. You will see cars from the earliest examples of the 1770s to the futuristic cars of the 1960s. You will be amazed that some of the things associated with cars are not as modern as we like to think; for example, electric cars, aluminium bodies and engines, and rotary engines. None of the exhibits are roped off, so you will have the opportunity to examine them closely. They are all accompanied by informative panels. Most of the cars here are European, many are one-of-a-kind, and they are driven regularly. There is a shop next door, where they restore cars.
Sunburst Vacation Village RV Park
If you are interested in exploring Pinellas Park, Florida, and need somewhere to stay, you won't go far wrong choosing Sunburst Vacation Village RV Park in Largo. It's only three miles away from Pinellas Park, so you won't have far to drive. The park offers full hookup and WiFi, as well as restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities. You're not far from the beach and all sorts of water activities, but if you want to spend a day at the resort, there is lots to do to stop you from getting bored. There is a lovely swimming pool here, where you can cool down or take an aerobics class, shuffleboard courts, billiards, volleyball, and sand badminton. There is a clubhouse which offers activities, such as line, country and western, and swing dance classes, exercise classes, bingo, and arts and crafts. When you go to Pinellas Park, you will find many restaurants and bars, walking trails, and museums.