Fish And Relax At Eagle Point Park S01-E08 || Explore Florida
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This park is a hidden jewel, great place to fish, workout, or just relax. With covered picnic tables and charcoal grills, it is a wonderful place to take the family. There is also plenty for kids, with a well-maintained playground and great trails with a workout path. If you have love rocks this is a great place to leave your mark by exchanging with other lover rocks you may find.

Danielle and I were going to go explore a more beachy location, but with spring break in full swing, plans change. There were 2 million more people in Tampa for spring break than last year, but there was plenty of room and parking at this park. We even tried to work out, we're not as young as we where in our Army days. LOL 

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Eagle Point Park
4499 Strauber Memorial Highway
New Port Richey, FL 34652

Hours of Operation
Open 7 days a week from dawn to dusk

Park Information
This is one of our newest passive parks and consists of 17 developed acres and approximately 661 acres of conservation land. There is canoe/kayak access to the Gulf of Mexico and you can fish off one of the three docks. There is a shell lined fitness trail with five fitness stations to exercise and a playground for the children to enjoy. There are plenty of picnic benches and charcoal grills throughout the park as well as two picnic shelters and restrooms. The shelters are on a first come-first serve basis, we do not take reservations for this park site.  It is absolutely a beautiful and peaceful park that you and your family can enjoy.

Park Amenities
17 Acres
Picnic Area/Shelters
Canoe/Kayak Launch
Benches Though Park
Fitness/Walking Trails
Fishing Pier/Dock
Open Space
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