- TripBuzz found 245 things to do with kids in or near Tarpon Springs, Florida, including 221 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Tampa, Clearwater, Largo and Dunedin.
- From Fred Howard Park to Sunset Beach, the Tarpon Springs area offers 91 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Aquariums, Beaches and Boat Tours.
- Home to the largest population of Greek Americans than any other US city is the city of Tarpon, Florida. The Greektown District has become a tourist attraction, drawing visitors from around the country to enjoy the culture and attractions of the scenic waterfront city. Visitors can enjoy the traditional Greek cuisine, the local beaches and the accessible off-shore islands.
Providing areas for picnicking, swimming, and boating, Sunset Beach also hosts live music events between April and November. Other nearby parks include Fred Howard Park, a 150 acre park with similar amenities. No pets or alcohol are allowed at Sunset Beach.
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850 Dodecanese Blvd., Tarpon Springs, FL 34689 MoreLess Info
With a 120,000 gallon tank which houses more than 30 species of fish, live corals and sponges, Konger Tarpon Springs Aquarium offers its visitors the chance of observing marine wildlife in its natural habitat. It also houses alligators.
Discovery Playground is a large playground built out of wood-like composite lumber. The playground is castle themed and features many common playground attractions, such as tunnels, handlebars, a tire swing, and slides.
The Tarpon Springs Aquarium has numerous species to see and even some to touch: feed nurse sharks and touch and feed stingrays. Admission includes free access to a kids play area as well as frequent dive shows.
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1441 Wegman Drive, Tarpon Springs, FL 34689 MoreLess Info
A family oriented paintball complex that emphasizes safety as well as fun, Jungle Games Paintball features a wide array of in-game props and obstacles. The course welcomes weekend players as well as parties.
With Odyssey Cruises, visitors have the opportunity to spot dolphins, manatees, and other sea creatures. The cruise takes visitors through the Anclote River and lands on an island where visitors can go shelling.