Good thing there were not very many visitors as there are few parking spaces at this location. Your $2 must be used to maintain the restrooms, and possibly the playground area. I found broken glass in several locations just off the shoreline. Tranquility is available if you are willing to stroll the coastline just off shore. Thrilled that the mangroves... 更多
Like lemmings to the sea, my posse returns year after year to bike out to Green Key. There's a plethora of marine life to explore and engage. Last year a dolphin joined us while we were wading, swooping by us - mere inches away. This is more than a Key, iit is a life's touchstone. If you're here at sunset,... 更多
Whilst staying in the area we found this beach and park close by thanks to Trip Advisor. Our first visit on Saturday and although it's a small parking area ($2), we had no problem and joined a mix of families, couples and solos enjoying the beach and surrounding area. Our aim was to relax in the sun but there's shade... 更多
This is a very small park with a little beach and covered picnic area. It has wonderful sunsets with many birds on the sand. My favorite New Port Richey sunset photo opportunity.
I'm a local. I've been going here for years. Back in the day it was just Green Key Beach, now it's named after Robert K. Rees. I has a nice area for kids to play. You can't beat the view, and it's a wonderful place to catch a sunset. There is a cute boardwalk that lends a great view of... 更多
They did their best , but this park comes up short for Florida. Its a nice small place for the kids and sun worship. but does not offer alot compare to local parks 30 to 45 minutes south.It will do if your short on time. I prefer to head south
We enjoyed our time relaxing in our lawnchairs in the sun and just having young families and elderly people our age in the park...no loud uncontrolled guys ...it was a pleasure to be here. We also enjoyed hot dogs and ice cream from the gentleman who makes his living there selling hot dogs and drinks. Hope to visit again soon.