- TripBuzz found 196 things to do with kids in or near Land O' Lakes, Florida, including 190 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Tampa, Tarpon Springs, Spring Hill and Dunedin.
- From Tampa Bay Sporting Clays & Archery to Capt. Clay Fishing Charters, the Land O' Lakes area offers 93 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Natural Landmarks, Recreation Centers and Archery.
- Several small towns now make up what is known as Land O' Lakes, Florida. This small city is home to many outdoor parks and recreational spaces, including the Cypress Creek Preserve. Along with walking and hiking trails, the park also offers many different species of plants, trees and wildlife. The city is further known as the home of Artix Entertainment, developers of video games.
An eight-screen movie theater, Touchstar Cinemas - Seminole 8 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and sound. The theater provides a game room with arcade games and an air hockey table along with a snack bar.
An entertainment and performing arts venue, the Mahaffey Theater hosts various live music shows and events, and also provides spaces as well as event planners and coordinators for weddings and various social and corporate events.
The Dali Museum is a privately owned museum dedicated to the art and life of surrealist painter Salvador Dali. Considered the official American home of Dali's work, the museum offers tours, gift shop, and educational programs year round.
Lakeland, Florida's Hollis Garden is a large, elaborate formal garden. It features sculptured bushes, elegant floral arrangements, exotic plants, intricate fountains and tasteful statues. There are also numerous places to sit and relax. Admission is free.
Hollis Garden is a large lakeside botanic garden placed within a neo-classical architectural environment. The garden is populated with artistically patterned flower beds, public art, and several running ornamental fountains.
Boga Ciega Millennium Park houses a 35-foot wooden observation tower that offers a panoramic view of Boga Ciega Bay. A canoe launch, fishing access, nature trail, playground, dog park, and picnic shelters are also available.
Featuring a small lake, Seminole City Park is home to waterfowl and turtles and provides an access point to the Pinellas Trail. The park has picnic shelters with grills, a bandshell, children's playgrounds and restroom facilities.