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When you are starting your search for an RV in Pasco County, you’ll need a place to park and stay, and you will enjoy looking at the Holiday Travel Park Campground. The campground features a swimming pool, recreational facilities, fishing, a library, and a game room with billiards. Special events and activities take place year-round and include shuffleboard tournaments, line dancing, Bingo, arts and crafts, casino trips, holiday dinners, and much more. Other campground amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, recycling, and WiFi.
Sites at the RV park may be back-in or pull-through. Sites offer full hookups, 30/50 amp service, patios, and picnic tables. Sites can accommodate vehicles up to 40 feet.
You’ll be near the Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park when you are camping at Holiday Travel Park Campground. The salt spring is over 350 feet deep, and there are four miles of coastline. Bald eagles, grey foxes, roseate spoonbills, gopher tortoises, migratory songbirds, wading birds, and even dolphins make their homes here. There is no swimming and no beach access here because mangroves line the shore. Boating, paddling, and fishing are allowed, and canoes and kayaks are available for rent in the park. There is a half-mile nature trail.
Near Tarpon Springs, Lake Tarpon is another nearby area where you can explore the great outdoors with your Holiday camper rental. This 2,500-acre lake is one of the top ten bass lakes in the state of Florida. It can be accessed through A. L. Anderson Park, John Chesnut Sr. Park, and Canal Park. Fishing guides, fishing gear rentals, bait, and boat rentals are available. Anderson Park offers boardwalks, nature trails, picnic areas, and restrooms. Chesnut Park has a canoe trail, a boardwalk, nature trails, picnic shelters with grills, restrooms, and a dog park.
You can check out the Anclote Key Preserve State Park when you are RV camping at the Holiday Travel Park Campground. It covers 11,773 acres and is made up of the four islands of Anclote Key, North Anclote Bar, South Anclote Bar, and Three Rooker Island. Dozens of species of birds, including the bald eagle, American oystercatcher, and piping plover, live here. There is also a 110-foot 1887 lighthouse, picnic areas with grills, and compostable toilets. Recreational activities include beaches, swimming, snorkeling, fishing, boating, and shell collecting. The park is part of the state’s Junior Ranger program. Anclote Key Preserve State Park is only accessible by ferry, and visitors must bring their own drinking water and other essentials.
There will be plenty of ways to play in Holiday when you're camping in a motorhome rental at Holiday Travel Park Campground. There are numerous beaches and lakes such as Lake Tarpon, Lake Conley, Lake Nash, and Saint Joseph Sound. Fishing boat and gear rentals are widely available. Parks include the Anclote River Park, the Robert Crown Wilderness Area, and the Key Vista Nature Park.
Other attractions include the National Comedy Hall of Fame and the Brooker Creek Preserve & Environmental Education Center. Pasco County is known as the home of Florida’s Sports Coast, so athletes and adventurers will have great fun exploring all that there is to do and play, such as golf, water sports, and other challenges. For those who are interested in a different kind of adventure, shopping destinations include the Shops at Wiregrass, a premium outlet mall, and antiques and boutiques. Make sure to check out Visit Florida and the Pasco County Office of Tourism for the latest on local happenings.
If you’re more in the mood for big-city attractions and amenities while camping at Holiday Travel Park Campground, head over to Clearwater. Clearwater has been named America’s #1 Beach. In addition, here you’ll find destinations and attractions such as the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, a revitalized downtown, museums and galleries, retail therapy, and plenty of nightlife. Sunsets at Pier 60 is a nightly festival with music, street performers, crafts, and more. Special events every year include the Clearwater Jazz Holiday, the Clearwater Beach Taste Fest, the Sugar Sands Festival, and Restaurant Week. For up-to-date information on area attractions, events, and visitor guides, make sure to check out Visit Clearwater.
You’ll have no problem finding plenty to eat when you’re staying at one of the RV parks in Holiday as the local area is packed with casual family-friendly choices, grill fare, pizza, ethnic eateries, and more. You’ll also probably need to refill your rig while you’re here, and you can find either gasoline or diesel fuel easily at any of the service stations, truck stops, or convenience stores nearby.