- 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.
Alpaca Magic USA is a combination petting zoo and store. The facility features live alpaca, and welcomes visitors to interact with them and pet them, and also offers a wide variety of alpaca related products for sale.
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10175 W Fishbowl Drive, Homosassa, FL 34448 MoreLess Info
As an RV park and marina, Manatee Campground Marina & Pub offers visitors spaces and slips for their vehicles. Visitors can also rent pontoon boats to take out on the water or visit a pub that hosts community events.
90% 770 votes
MM 47.5, behind Porky's Restaurant on the Bayside, Marathon, FL MoreLess Info
Maximize the fun of any vacation by spending the day with Spirit Snorkeling. Snorkel along the third largest barrier reef in the world and swim among exotic tropical fish, great for beginners and non-swimmers as well.
95% 41 votes
4150 S Suncoast Blvd, Homosassa, FL 34446 MoreLess Info
Home to West Indian manatees, Homosassa Springs State Wildlife Park also houses alligators, crocodiles, river otters, black bears, bobcats and white-tailed deer. The park offers boat tours, picnic areas, a nature trail, concessions and a children's education center.
Honored as one of Florida's best national parks, Homosassa Wildlife Park provides many programs to the public. Visitors enjoy the park's manatee, alligator, and hippopotamus programs that shed light on the lifestyles and nature of the species.
69% 55 votes
3100 South Old Floral City Road, Inverness, FL 34450 MoreLess Info
Fort Cooper State Park is home to the crystal waters of Lake Holathlikaha and a fort for the First Georgia Battalion of Volunteers. The historic spot now offers camping, picnicking, hiking, birding, and more.
Built in 1912, the Old Courthouse Heritage Museum is listed on the national register of historic places. Exhibits include those devoted to the county's early pioneer days and the impact of the film industry on central Florida.
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104 Dr Martin Luther King Jr Avenue, Inverness, FL 34450 MoreLess Info
A place called Cooter Pond Park features a boardwalk, scenic overlooks, and picnic areas for kids and adults. It is a place where nature is observed and wildlife is housed, but feeding and disturbing them is prohibited.
The Shallow Grave is a haunted attraction popular among those who love the thrill of being scared. During visits to the attraction, guests are haunted by the frightening costumed individuals that fill the attraction's haunted hills.