Palm Harbor Neighborhood Guide

 
  • Palm Harbor is roughly 45 minutes north of downtown St. Petersburg and west of Tampa. It is a largely residential community with several concentrations of commerce. Downtown Palm Harbor, north of Tampa Road between U.S. Highway 19 Alternate and Omaha Street, hosts many small shops and eateries along with a handful of historic buildings.  U.S. Highway 19, a mile or two east of downtown, offers access to higher concentrations of commerce, with an array of national chain restaurants and retailers. One entrance to Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club, a nationally-regarded golf course, is found on U.S. 19.
  • Palm Harbor is known for its excellent public schools. All are rated “A” by the state and have scores of 9s or 10s from GreatSchools.
Palm Harbor Neighborhoods
  • The historic downtown district of Palm Harbor has numerous festivals and craft fairs.  “Palm Harbor’s First Friday Celebrations” are a popular community event.  There are rides and games along with opportunities to dine on food from the many local restaurants, enjoy local artists and crafters displaying and selling their wares. 
  • Palm Harbor has various recreational amenities for residents and visitors. The area is home to John Chesnut, Sr. Park, located in the East Lake region, as well as H.S. “Pop” Stansell Park, located to the west of Palm Harbor Boulevard and overlooking St. Joseph’s Sound. The Palm Harbor Community Services District also manages several sport complexes in the community: Steve Putnam Park, Palm Field, and Sunderman Recreation Complex.
Palm Harbor Neighborhoods

PALM HARBOR SUBDIVISIONS