Palm Harbor has plenty of things to do. There are the normal fun things, like Wall Springs Park, the various beaches, boating, fishing and golf. Soak up the sunshine, enjoy the sunsets.
And there are other events to consider as well.
Sunday, August 18 at Pop Stansell Park, starting at 10 am there is an open air market with fresh produce, baked goods, live music and more. Enjoy the open air market and the out of doors environment at Pop Stansell Park, a truly neat place to go. Come back in the evening to watch the sunset.
Then there is a dog manners training class starting on August 24 for teaching dogs how to behave. It will be a 6 week course and teaches dogs (and the owners) basic good doggie manners, like sit, stay, walk on the leash, and much more. It will be at the Palm Harbor Community Center on 16th St. in Palm Harbor. It is only $70 for the peace of mind a well-behaved dog can bring. Professional dog trainer Janice Skinner works to ensure a good experience by limiting the class to six dogs.
Or try a Palm Harbor restaurant for a pleasant weekend dinner. The newly remodeled Bob Evans on US 19 has a fresh look inside, a new menu, and is very tasty. Also, Carrabba’s on US 19 just finished its own refurbishment and is now better than ever. There is the oh so popular Lucky Dill Deli on US 19 with its mountainous sandwiches that are simply wonderful. For truly local Palm Harbor flavor, head a little west down Tampa Road across Alt. 19 towards the Gulf, to Molly Goodheads for a true Florida eating experience. Mingle with the locals for a really fun experience. Sit on the open porch, enjoy a beverage and have a freshly prepared meal.
Or visit any of the local restaurants in Old Palm Harbor, such as the Thirsty Marlin or Peggy O’Neils for a fun dining experience. You can sit outside at both of these eateries, enjoy a beverage and have a delicious dinner.
Come to Palm Harbor. Visit to enjoy the ambiance, or find a home to live in so you can take advantage of the Palm Harbor life style everyday.