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Robert K Rees Memorial Park, New Port Richey

(3.1/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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  • Wife had to work so I spent a couple hours at this nice little beach. Granted it's not big but it's kept clean including the bathrooms. There's also a vendor there for dogs and a little more. 
  • This small, clean beach is a nice place to spend an afternoon or have a picnic. There is a playground, pavilion, and bathrooms (although they were under construction the last time we went). $2 for par...  more »
  • We visited family in New Port Richey over the Christmas break and were looking for something fun to do with the kids. We almost didn't come to this park because other reviewers said there wasn't much ...  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)