Top Family Adventures at Innisbrook Resort
It’s Tee Time
Start your day right with a championship golf experience you won’t forget. Innisbrook is home to four award-winning courses, including the Copperhead course which welcomes the world’s finest players each March for the PGA TOUR’s Valspar Championship. Just learning to play? Ask about the year-round golf instruction programs for juniors, beginners or even the more advanced player. With opportunities for every skill level, your family is bound to make memories on the green.
Rent and Ride
Active families will love the Loch Ness bike rentals. Grab your helmets and take to exploring this scenic property. Decide whether to ride solo with cruiser bikes for adults or children or as a pack with tandem bikes. Feeling adventurous? Try out the Surrey bikes for a group ride where everyone works together as a team.
It’s a Match
Bond over improving your game and sign up for a tennis clinic to teach your family proper technique, positioning and movement. Once you have your strategy down, try out these new skills with a competitive match on the courts. The award-winning facility offers 11 clay courts, with seven lighted for night play, in addition to three racquet ball courts.
Pool or Beach Time
Innisbrook is located just minutes from beautiful Gulf beaches where you can collect shells, go kayaking, take a sail or enjoy a family stroll under the Florida sunshine year-round. Take a complimentary shuttle to Honeymoon Island, a guest favorite for all ages. In addition to some of country’s finest beaches, the resort features six different pools. The Loch Ness Pool is a kid’s paradise with two winding water slides, a 15-foot waterfall and plunge pool with bubbling jets and fountains.
Lowry Park Zoo
Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo is one of the most popular zoos in the southeast. Trek to discover endangered Florida wildlife, then board a boat for a family journey along a flowing stream to experience the three-story splashdown at Roaring Springs. Afterwards, check out the Birds of Prey show or take the Expedition Africa Safari tram ride to see elephants, okapis, and more.