Quality Inn Central
20162 US 19 N.
Clearwater, FL 33764-5008
Phone: (727) 799-6133
Fax: (727) 726-6564
20162 US 19 N. , Clearwater, FL, US, 33764-5008
- Phone: (727) 799-6133
- Fax: (727) 726-6564
Eddie C. Moore Softball Complex is named after the Clearwater Bombers' former manager and player. All in all, the complex has 7 fields, 3 for practice and 4 for games, spreading across Drew Street and McMullen Booth Road. An addition, two more softball fields are available further down the road at Vendor Arena near Eisenhower Elementary School. The field is completely equipped with top drawer training facilities and batting tunnels. Basic facilities such as restrooms, benches and concession stands help you spend the day better.
Field of dreams for home run fans. Finished in 2004, the Bright House Networks Field is home to the Clearwater Threshers, the Phillies' Class A affiliate in the Florida State League and the Philadelphia Phillies. The Phillies currently hold their spring practice here, rather than Carpenter Field. Bright House field comes fully equipped with 7000 fixed seats with grass berm seating for an additional 1500, a tiki-hut pavilion in left field, group picnic areas, party suites, children's play area and state-of-the-art video scoreboard.
Cove Cay Country Club golf course is open to the public during the slow season from May through October. A par-70, 5651 yards from the blue tees, the course has water on 12 of its holes, along with the usual dose of Florida sand. The course is both well kept and pretty. The par-5s are all approximately 520 yards long from the black tees (6002 yards). There is one par-4 that is more than 400 yards long from the same tees, while the par-3s are very short from all tees. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only.
This par-63, 4350-yard executive layout has a quality pedigree and is anything but dull. The fairways yo-yo between narrow and wide with many of them framed by trees. The greens are small and accept only well played shots. The course is prettier than most executive tracks and will provide a reasonable challenge. Clearwater Executive Golf Course is a public golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged.
Book your Tampa fishing charter with a third generation local captain. Tampa Fishing Charters has phenomenal inshore fishing for tarpon, snook, red fish, trout, king fish, Spanish mackerel, flounder, sharks, black drum, sheepshead and many other species depending on the time of year. Fish inshore during the late spring and summer to feel the exhilaration of catching large tarpon on light tackle. Family fishing is one of their specialties. Whether it is a birthday, vacation or just a day to spend with your child, they want to make your day enjoyable and peaceful.
At Celebration Station there's plenty of fun activities for the whole family from gaming at their arcade area with more than 100 video games, to batting cages, where beginners and experts can practice their swing. Take off on the quarter-mile Go-Kart track for some hot races, then cool off with the Bumper Boats as you splash around the pool. You can play a round of 18-hole Miniature Golf or try your luck at the Laser Tag Arena. For the littlest visitors, there's plenty of rides and entertainment at Playland. Their restaurant offers pizzas, sandwiches, appetizers and desserts to satiate hungry souls after an exciting experience at this amazing place!
Glen Oaks Golf Course is one of two Tampa-area courses operated by the Chi Chi Rodriguez Youth Foundation. It has narrow fairways leading to tiny greens. There are only two holes with substantial water hazards. There is also a creek that makes an occasional appearance. Holes range from 77 to 162 yards in length with the entire par-54 layout at 1929 yards. This is a public golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged.
Use of this par-33, 1661-yard course is limited to those owning homes in the surrounding community and their guests. The small greens on this course offer a variety of slopes and there is also a bit of sand. The par-3s are from 100 to 160 yards long. The par-4s are very short; the longest of them is 234 yards long. On Top of The World Golf Club-Executive Nine Course is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
Clearwater Country Club course, originally designed by Herbert Strong in 1920, has weathered several redesigns. At par 72,6010 yards from the white tees, it remains a short course of average difficulty. However, the greens are small and the fairways are plagued by sand traps, and there is occasional water. Only one of the par 5s tops 500 yards. The par-4s, with one exception, are under 400 yards long from the blue tees (6231 yards). The par-3s are varied from long to short. This is a semi-private golf course. Only soft spikes are allowed.
At par 71 and with a length of 5967 yards from the white tees, the 18 hole East Bay Golf Club Course isn't difficult. It does boast 14 holes with water and the average amount of trapping for a Florida course. The fairways bend gently through stands of trees and the greens are forgiving targets for iron shots. The par-3s and par-5s are short even from the 6451-yard championship tees. There are two longish par-4s. This is a semi-private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged.
Philip Jones Park is a famous sight among Clearwater locals. This vast space is ideal for family gatherings, picnics and hanging out with friends. Many sports fanatics can be found cheering for their favorite league, as this place also hosts football, hockey and other tournaments. So come by for true source of enjoyment and relaxation.
For a good way to beat the heat and get some exercise at the same time, think ice-skating. For those who aren't accustomed to Florida's heat and humidity, a day at Clearwater Ice Arena may be just the answer to heat exhaustion. Open skating to music is the usual routine, but instruction is available at "Learn to Skate" classes. There is a snack bar here. So put o your skating accessories and have a blast at this skating rink!