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Robert K Rees Memorial Park, New Port Richey

(3/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • We have visited this park a few times once for a picnic and the other times just to go for a walk. It's a nice boardwalk to walk along with a viewing station. We saw several turtles. It has a nice pla...  more »
  • Pasco County has very few beaches. This is one of them. Very shallow water even at high time. Clean little park at the end of the causeway. Good place for a picnic in summer-sea breeze and shade.  more »
  • clean ,small, enjoyable area,nice walk area but not much to see there. Nice to sit and watch out on the water. Not a busy area so enjoyable to spend time here  more »
  • Not impressive at all. The water is only ankle high and the sand walking through the water is like mud or quicksand. Worst beach I've been to by far.
  • Quiet during the week for bird watching, and pic taking! Sunsets abound, and the cause way is fun leading up to the park!
  • Secluded without all the hassle of clearwater beach. An au natural location with the luxury of lush vegetation. Family oriented. The nicest beach I have ever seen. The boardwalk was clean and has amazing views of the tops of the mangroves. I was so grateful to find it.
  • Nice little beach at high tide. Playground for kids.
  • Water stays shallow, even at high tide. If you have small children, this is a great spot with a play ground and has a small concession stand ( ice crea/pops; hot dogs)