Visiting the Suncoast Primate Sanctuary, strolling John Chestnut Sr. Park, golfing and fishing are some fun activities in Palm Harbor, Florida. Some of the activities are free, while others require a fee.Continue Reading
The Suncoast Primate Sanctuary is home to many species of great apes and smaller primates, including orangutans, chimpanzees, baboons, macaques and spider monkeys. Lemurs, capuchins, vervets and squirrel monkeys inhabit the grounds as well. It is also home to a variety of birds, including parrots, cockatoos and macaws, and its reptile residents include snakes, alligators, turtles and tortoises. The sanctuary is open from Thursday through Sunday and requires a donation for admission.
John Chestnut Sr. Park is a 255-acre park and nature preserve located in the cypress swamps along the shores of Lake Tarpon. The park is home to a variety of wildlife and has several trails, 13 picnic shelters with grills, playgrounds, a boat ramp and a canoe trail.
Golfers can test their skills on the famous Copperhead course at the Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club. The course is home to the Valspar Championship on the Professional Golfers' Association Tour. Innisbrook is also home to a professional golf academy for those who wish to improve their game.
Saltwater and freshwater fishing is available all around Palm Harbor. Fishermen can walk the banks of Tarpon Lake or the Gulf of Mexico shoreline. They can also charter fishing boats for a guided ocean fishing trip.Learn more about Geography