Loch Ness Monster Pool
Our largest pool, the Loch Ness Monster Pool, is an overwhelming favorite with kids and families who love the water slides and the scheduled family pool activities and crafts. The five other pools provide quieter areas of respite for relaxation, reading, and enjoying the warming Florida sunshine.
The Loch Ness features:
• Two sand beach areas
• 15-foot waterfall
• Two winding water slides
• Separate plunge pool with bubbling jets and fountains
• Grille for casual poolside dining
• Water volleyball
• Sunbathing areas
• A monster-sized spa that seats up to 36 people
• Sand volleyball court
During the summer months and holidays, the younger crowd is sure to enjoy the many poolside games and family activities hosted by our friendly staff.
The entire Loch Ness complex is designed to complement our resort’s lush landscape and wooded acreage. With special concern for the environment, the design of the pool is centered on the conservation of existing green space, mature pines, and stately magnolias. The Copperhead, Island, and Loch Ness pools each feature a hot tub along with food and beverage service for your enjoyment.
All pools open daily
Loch Ness Pool | Open 10 am - 6 pm
Loch Ness Waterslides | Open 11 am - 5 pm
Loch Ness Bike Rental Pricing
Men’s & Women’s Cruiser Bikes and Children’s 20-inch Bikes
Starting at $12 per Hour
$26 for 4 Hours
$32 for 8 Hours
$60 per 3 Days (72 Hours)
$85 per 5 Days ( 120 Hours)
$100 per week (7 days)
Single Surrey Bikes | $27 per Hour
Single Bench- Seats up to 3 Adults
Small Front Carrier Seats 2 Small Children
Double Surrey Bikes | $37 per Hour
Double Bench- Seats up to 3 Adults Each
Small Front Carrier Seats 2 Small Children
Deuce Coupe | $27 per Hour
Low Riding 2 Seated Cart (3 Wheel)
Small Back Carrier Bench Seats 2 Children
Tandem Bike | $20 for one hour, $35 for 4 hours or $45 for 8 hours
Traditional 2 seated bicycle with double set of pedals.
*ALL Surrey Bikes, Deuce Coupe, and Tandem Bike Rentals MUST be OPERATED ONLY by an individual Age 16 and up with Valid Driver’s License/ID.
*Helmets are provided at no extra cost*
Prices do not include sales tax.
Innisbrook provides the perfect venue whether the goal is to build relationships with exciting games and challenges or prove you’re the best with head to head competition. Located in the beautiful Tampa Bay area, our 900 rolling acres becomes your personal playground.
Benefits of Group Activities and Team Building
• Improve productivity • Promote problem solving • Increase motivation • Encourage creativity • Develop group cohesion • Create lasting memories
For more information contact 727.942.5573
For those who enjoy a challenging set of tennis, Innisbrook’s Tennis Center offers 11 Har-Tru® courts, with seven lighted for night play. Advanced reservations required. Please call the Tennis Center at 727.942.5241.
Director of Tennis: Joe Mattingly
Head Tennis Professional: Judi Alford
The Tennis Center also boasts a pro shop and 3 racquetball courts.
Each member of our professional tennis staff is USPTA certified and available for private tennis lessons in Tampa, Florida as well as customized clinic programs, seven days a week. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced player, we have the program for you. Resort Clinics are also offered daily. If you’re looking for a tennis match during your stay at this Tampa resort, our tennis staff has a pool of players to call upon.
Tampa's First Zip Line Course
Adventure awaits! Offering an unforgettable experience, Empower Adventures offers a fun day for the whole family. Just a short drive away, thrills await!
The Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail is a linear park and recreation trail currently extending from St. Petersburg to Tarpon Springs and is a multi-use trail everyone can enjoy. The Trail, created along an abandoned railroad corridor, provides a unique, protected green space for walking, jogging, skating and biking.
Busch Gardens® Tampa Bay is the ultimate theme park providing unrivaled excitement for the perfect family vacation in Florida, including a unique blend of world-class roller coasters, live shows and more than 12,000 animals.
Ybor City is a historic neighborhood in Tampa, located just northeast of downtown. It was founded in the 1880s by Vicente Martinez-Ybor and other cigar manufacturers and was populated by thousands of immigrants, mainly from Cuba, Spain, and Italy. For the next 50 years, workers in Ybor City's cigar factories rolled hundreds of millions of cigars annually. Today, Ybor is a great place to visit if you're interested in cigars, food, nightclubs, and shopping.
Main Street in Dunedin boasts a number of unique shops, art galleries, and restaurants that exhibit the city’s distinctive Scottish ambiance. The city hosts numerous arts and crafts festivals, parades, concerts, farmers markets, and other events. They also have antique stores, clothing stores, and gift shops. Along with the wonderful selection of terrific restaurants, you’ll also find several taverns and clubs that give the area a bit of nightlife. Parking can sometimes be tricky, there are some free lots, but do come prepared to pay for parking if need be.
As a top year-round destination, Clearwater offers a seemingly endless supply of entertainment, natural beauty, and outdoor activities both on land and at sea. No one can afford to miss this ultimate destination, ideally situated on Florida's stunning West Coast and offering something for every visitor and every budget.
Clearwater Marine Aquarium
The Clearwater Marine Aquarium is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of sick and injured marine animals, public education, and animal-assisted therapy and research. Clearwater Marine Aquarium opened in 1972 at its current location on Clearwater Beach, in a former water treatment plant (the large pools being well-suited for rehabilitation operations). Numerous forms of marine life are permanent residents at the aquarium, all of which have serious injuries that prevent their return to the wild. The aquarium's best-known permanent resident is Winter, a bottlenose dolphin who was rescued in December 2005 after having her tail caught in a crab trap. Her injuries caused the loss of her tail, and the aquarium fitted her with a prosthetic tail which brought worldwide attention to the facility. Winter later starred in the 2011 film, Dolphin Tale, and the sequel, Dolphin Tale 2, shot partially on location at the aquarium.
Breweries of Tampa Bay
With more than 40 small breweries making beer in the greater Tampa Bay area, the region's craft brew renaissance shows no sign of slowing down. It's a great time for the beer-loving traveler to visit and quench their thirst. The camaraderie and mutual support that helps define the craft brewing community ensures each and every visitor will be welcomed with open arms - and full pints!
Lowry Park Zoo
Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo is one of the most popular zoos in the southeastern U.S., with over 1 million visitors annually. The Zoo originated in the 1930's as a municipal department with a small number of Florida native species. It grew gradually throughout the next four decades, but struggled to meet the developing professional standards of modern zoos.
We are located in Downtown Tampa at Channelside. Visitors to the Aquarium can also take advantage of all there is to do in the Channel District. Channelside has unique shops and restaurants and is within walking distance to our Aquarium.Take a stroll on the waterfront and watch the Port of Tampa at work, or see a concert, watch a fast paced hockey game, or relax over a quiet dinner.
Tampa Bay Downs
Start with an afternoon of world-class Thoroughbred racing. Then, check out the high-stakes action in The Silks Poker Room, or bring your clubs to the state-of-the-art Downs Golf Practice Facility, where a staff of PGA Class A professionals are eager to help lower your Handiicap. Breakfast, lunch and dinner options are available throughout the facility, and families can hang out in the picnic area during the races. Groups are always welcome and musical concerts are staged periodically throughout the year.
Built on an abandoned gravel lot in a city that was lacking cultural offerings, the Straz Center began as the dream of a community. Today the Straz Center is the largest performing arts center in the Southeast.
Ruth Eckerd Hall
Ruth Eckerd Hall is a 73,000-square-foot performing arts venue, located in Clearwater. Often showcases different Broadway, dance, and concerts.
Salvador Dali Museum
Discover the life and legend of Salvador Dali, and get to know the people, places, and events that transformed this Spanish son into a surrealist sensation. This trip to the Museum will probably take about half of a day, but there is still plenty of fun things to do in the surrounding St. Pete area, including food, art, and beaches. - See more at: http://thedali.org
Prime Outlets Ellenton
Home to 130 designer and brand outlet stores for the whole family, Ellenton Premium Outlets is conveniently located off I-75 and US-301 in Ellenton, Florida. This outdoor mall features covered walkways, lush, tropical landscaping and flowing water fountains. Ellenton Premium Outlets is a perfect shopping stop for the area residents and visitors looking for a delightful wallet-friendly shopping experience any time of the year. The entire team at Ellenton Premium Outlets hopes to see you soon!
Shopping at International Plaza
International Plaza, adjacent to Tampa International Airport, is the most distinctive shopping and dining destination of Florida's West Coast. Three fashionable department stores, over 200 specialty shops and Bay Street at the Plaza an open-air village of fine restaurants and small boutiques.
Historical Greek Village of Tarpon Springs
Located just a few miles outside of our gates, the charming fishing village of Tarpon Springs was named for the fish found in abundance in nearby waters. But it also is known as the "sponge capital of the world," and for its 51 miles of waterfront allure.
Tarpon Springs' charming downtown center is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors to the Historic District can stroll along brick streets while browsing in art galleries, antique stores, and specialty shops housed in buildings dating from the late 1800s. For the culturally-minded, the Tarpon Springs Performing Arts and Cultural Centers offer theater, art and historical exhibits, concerts, and other quality programs.