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Howard Park Tarpon Springs FL - A stunning and delighted memory

Updated: May 15, 2019


As soon as I reached Fred Howard Park Tarpon Springs FL, I felt like they could have made this into a private beach just to soak in the setting sun. I regretted bringing my beach chair.




Unlike other #white sand #beaches I had explored, this was not a commercial beach. It is suitable for those who want to spend a quiet, relaxed evening, watching the sunset.


The privacy and peace it offers around the island are amazingly breathtaking.

#Fred #Howard #Park is located on the west coast of Florida in #Tarpon springs. It is connected to the mainland with almost a mile long causeway which in itself is a treat to watch.






There is an option to park vehicle free of cost on the mainland and talk a mile long walk OR drive your way directly to the beach and get a paid parking ($5).




#Beach side

It is a nice spot to take kids and have a bit of a picnic of your own. The really small waves (or lack of it) makes the beach quite #soothing and safe for kids to play around.

I created my own area after placing my #beach #towel and got relaxed for the upcoming sunset.

The palm trees kind of decorates the beach with the aura of their own.


Crowd

There was hardly any person present there when I went on one of the sides of the beach. It's a great spot to enjoy your long walks and having a bit of a place to yourself.



Panoramic view of Howard Park beach



There were #calmness and peace around the minute island, the #striking #sunset and #palm trees make it a worthwhile venue to visit.


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I had been a Software Engineer for half a decade doing my 9 to 5 job. Always craving to have new experiences with the help of travel, I started exploring places for a while. Now I love to roam around (or 'roll around' I would prefer) and share my experiences, with folks around. :) 

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