- Our list of the best things to do in Riverview, Florida, features the top 142 nearby activities — including 58 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Riverview, FL has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Water Activities, Amusement, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 6 things to do within the city of Riverview, FL , followed by 136 popular activities in nearby cities, including Tampa, St. Petersburg, Pinellas Park, Ruskin, Plant City, Lakeland, Brandon, Clearwater, Land O' Lakes, Wesley Chapel, Largo, Seminole and Zephyrhills
Two separate areas compose the Happy Tails Dog Park, including a two acre section for large dogs and a restricted half acre area for smaller dogs. Both of the sites are completely fenced in and contain dog drinking fountains, litter bags, and benches.
Small batch sizes allow the Barley Mow Brewing Company to have a broad selection of beers available at all times in their on-site tap room. This nano brewery and tavern has 14 taps and rotates their beer with other craft brews and ciders from Florida.
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.
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4600 Alternate Highway 19, Palm Harbor, FL 34683 MoreLess Info
Suncoast Primate Sanctuary Foundation, Inc. is located in Palm Harbor and is open to the public Thursday through Sunday. The organization is home to over 70 animals and visitors are free to pet and feed the animals at a low cost.
The Capitol Theatre is a 750 seat venue that hosts a variety of entertainment from musical groups to cultural dance troupes. Built in 1921, it has an outdoor balcony that wraps around the building with views of the Clearwater Causeway.
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1404 Manatee Ave E, Bradenton, FL 34208 MoreLess Info
Celebrating life before the time of modern convenience, Manatee Village Historical Park, is a collection of restored buildings from an earlier era. Children and history buffs alike will enjoy the self-guided tour through the schoolhouse, smokehouse, church, and more.
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.