- TripBuzz found 193 things to do with kids in or near New Port Richey, Florida, including 179 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Clearwater, Tarpon Springs, Spring Hill and Dunedin.
- From Captain Dustin Fishing Charters to Lane Glo Bowling, the New Port Richey area offers 93 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Theaters, Bowling and Mini Golf.
- A suburb of Tampa, New Port Richey provides sweeping riverfront views wrapped in a small town experience. The beautiful gulf waters provide the perfect backdrop for scuba diving, boating and fishing. Proud of their strong government and tightly knit sense of community, the city is home to the Chasco Fiesta, a festival held each March in celebration of rich Native American culture.
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Estela's Family Cantina Tampa Bay Area MoreLess Info
Mexican favorites such as chicken enchiladas with mole sauce and tacos served alongside a handful of vegetarian entrees
100% 8 votes
11824 castine Street, New Port Richey, FL 34654 MoreLess Info
Captain Dustin Fishing Charters leads a variety of fishing trips in the Tampa Bay area. Fishing trips offered depend on the season, and fish targeted range from tarpon to red fish to cobia.
74% 27 votes
CR 54, New Port Richey, FL MoreLess Info
Fun for all ages can be found at Lane Glo Bowling in New Port Richey. The bowling alley features regular gaming, league play and the exciting cosmic bowling with party lighting and music.
56% 27 votes
6429 US Highway 19, New Port Richey, FL 34652 MoreLess Info
Monster Mini Golf is a monster-themed, indoor, 18-hole miniature golf course popular with kids, teens and adults. The indoor course are both playable and challenging, and there is an on-site DJ playing live music.
94% 62 votes
New Port Richey, FL MoreLess Info
Anclote Island is one of four islands in the Anclote Key Preserve State Park. The island features a white sandy beach and is popular for sun bathing, picnics, swimming and camping under the stars.
92% 52 votes
Plathe Road, New Port Richey, FL MoreLess Info
The James E. Grey Preserve is 80 acres of pure Floridian nature. The preserve is most popular for its walking trails and bird watching, as the site is home to over 140 species.
93% 243 votes
10500 Wilderness Park Boulevard, New Port Richey, FL 34655 MoreLess Info
Favorited for its tree lined trails by walkers and cyclists is the Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park. The park also features beautiful camp sites and is a premier spot for bird watching.
63% 70 votes
4835 Green Key Road, New Port Richey, FL 34652 MoreLess Info
Located on the Gulf of Mexico is the sandy, sun-soaked Robert K Rees Memorial Park. The park features a play area and a boardwalk that leads visitors through mangroves and the areas wetlands.
80% 15 votes
5051 US 19, New Port Richey, FL 34652 MoreLess Info
Operating pontoon and fishing boats, Island Paradise Charters Day Tours offers group pleasure cruises and fishing charters in the waters off New Port Richey. Whether fishing, sightseeing or an island cookout, the boat crew is ready with information and assistance.
100% 3 votes
Bank St & Main Street, New Port Richey, FL 34652 MoreLess Info
Named for one of New Port Richey's earliest promoters, Sims Park offers recreation on both land and water. The park features a riverfront walk, boat dock, playground, covered shelter and an ampitheater.
100% 1 votes
4499 Strauber Memorial Highway, New Port Richey, FL 34652 MoreLess Info
With 17 developed acres and 661 acres of conservation land, Eagle Point Park offers visitors activities surrounded by nature. The park features a canoe and kayak launch, fishing dock, walking trails, playground and picnic areas.