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Bay Aire RV Park

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2242 US Alt 19 Palm Harbor, FL 34683

Phone (727) 784-4082
Fax (727) 785-9698

To your getaway nestled on the Florida Gulf Coast where the air is clean and the sun shines year round.  We offer a relaxing setting where you experience small town friendliness in a thriving community with big city culture and attractions just a short distance away.  You will enjoy all the advantages of a major metropolis while living in an attractive suburban setting.

Palm Harbor was recently selected in an AOL survey as one of the top 20 retirement communities in the country.
We are a 'pet friendly' park limited to no more than 2 pets per site.
Come as a guest and leave as a friend.

Open year round, we have 160 sites accommodating RVs up to 42 feet with full hookups, patios, and picnic tables.  We also have several mobile home sites. Located on Pinellas Trail that offers more than 35 miles of hiking, biking, and blading.  Only three miles from Dunedin Beach where you can enjoy shelling, swimming and sunsets. 

All sites have full hookups 30 & 50 amp service available


Whether you decide to relax on your patio, enjoy our heated pool, read or browse out Library, meet with friends in the Rec Hall or just stroll the grounds and socialize with your neighbors, we believe you will have an experience of a lifetime here at Bay Aire RV Park.

You may participate in the monthly Picnics or Potlucks sponsored year round by the park. There are many planned activities available during the Fall and Winter Seasons including dinners and dances.  The Golf and Bowling Leagues are always looking for new members. There is never any shortage of things to do and enjoy.

Some of the amenities & activities that can be enjoyed are:

  • Bingo, Shuffleboard, Cards & Games, Swimming, Hiking, Group Socials, Church Services, Potluck Dinners,
  • Dancing, Library, Planned Activities, Biking, Petanque, Blading, Rec Hall Gatherings, Nearby Boat Launch

  • There is a boat launch ramp across the street from the park that gives direct access to the Gulf of Mexico. Crystal Beach is within easy walking distance.  It is only 3 miles to gulf beaches for shelling, swimming and sunsets.  With nearly 365 days of sunshine here, most days encourage the enjoyment of the outdoor recreation. Proximity to both fresh and saltwater facilities give our guests a wide choice of water oriented recreation. Freshwater anglers enjoy good fishing in Lake Tarpon while saltwater fisherman head to the Gulf of Mexico. Water sports enthusiasts water ski, jet ski and cruise or sail either the Bay, Lake Tarpon or venture into the Gulf waters and beyond.  Locally you will find our white sand beaches ranked among the best in the country.



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