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Palm Harbor, Florida, 34684
1 Bedroom$705 - $790
2 Bedrooms$785 - $995
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Palm Harbor, Florida, 34684
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Playing in Palm Harbor
Depending on the part of town you're looking for an apartment in, and how gorgeous the view is, there can be a considerable range in rental rates in town. Take a look at all the available options so you can choose the best one for the money. American settlers first arrived in Palm Harbor over a hundred and fifty years ago. It was valued for its mild weather, fertile land, and warm, freshwater springs. Today, you can visit the historic downtown area and visit some of the city's first buildings. It’s all within reach of your new apartment. The older buildings around town help give Palm Harbor some of its charm, setting it apart from other similarly-sized, sprawling suburban towns. Renters will also enjoy the unusually hilly topography of this city which gives renters from all over great views of the town and the Gulf of Mexico.
A Day at the Harbor
You can spend a day at sea whenever the mood strikes you. As its name suggests, there is a protected ocean inlet making it a great place to charter a boat from. In the morning, you can head into the deep waters of the gulf to fish for sea bass, grouper, snapper and other large ocean fish. Occasionally, monsters as big as cars are pulled out of the gulf here, though most are the perfect size to filet and serve for dinner. In the afternoon, you can hop on a sailboat to chase down the setting sun as it sinks into the gulf. Beach goers may not have any sandy spots right in town, but there are beaches just a little north or south. The waters of the gulf are warm and usually calm, making it perfect for swimming and snorkeling in search of fish. When the surf is up, the long sandy beaches are the perfect place to learn to surf or kite board.
Most people who move here do so because of the natural beauty and perfect year-round weather. Despite the natural beauty all around, or perhaps because of it, many of the people who live here can't seem to stop creating more beauty of their own. This city is home to a number of art shows and fairs, including the Harbor Art Fine Arts and Crafts Festival in December. Local artists can submit their paintings, sculptures, and decorations to the festival in hopes of winning one of the grand prizes. Appreciators of the arts can pick up a few new pieces to liven up their apartments and attract the attention, and possibly the envy, of their neighbors.
A Sporting Good Time
With so many days of beautiful weather, it's hard not to spend all of them outdoors. Fortunately for you, there are a variety of sports teams to get involved with right in town. Baseball, tennis, soccer, golf and volleyball are all popular sports in the area and joining up with a group is a great way to meet to friends. You can also head into nearby Tampa Bay to catch a live Buccaneers, Rays or Lightning game.
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Palm Harbor Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Palm Harbor have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In February the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Palm Harbor apartment cost $832. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Palm Harbor apartment was $1,047 in February. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Palm Harbor rentals listed below.
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Why should I move to Palm Harbor?
Situated in the heart of Florida's beautiful Sun Coast, Palm Harbor is one of the most affluent communities in the Tampa Bay area with a gorgeous year-round climate, affordable homes, excellent schools, and some of the finest parks and recreational facilities in the state. Part of the Tampa Bay metro area, Palm Harbor is conveniently located within commuting distance from Tampa and St. Petersburg. The Gulf of Mexico is also nearby offering beachside activities such as boating, fishing, and diving. Palm Harbor also hosts its own community cultural events throughout the year including Palm Harbor's First Friday Celebrations, held on the first Friday of every month, and the Taste of Palm Harbor festival, held every year on the first Sunday in October.
Are there big sporting events that people in Palm Harbor enjoy attending?
While there are no big sporting events that take place within the city of Palm Harbor, Tampa is nearby with a plethora of professional sports teams. The NFL Buccaneers play in Raymond James Stadium and the NHL Tampa Bay Lightning play in the St. Pete Times Forum. The MLB Tampa Bay Rays play at the Tropicana Field in nearby St. Petersburg. College sports are also very popular with many local college teams in the area including the University of Tampa Spartans and the Division I USF Bulls football team.
How far is the airport from downtown Palm Harbor and can I get there easily and cheaply?
Located 12 miles from downtown Palm Harbor in Saint Peterburg, Florida, the closest major airport to Palm Harbor is St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport (PIE). The next closest major airport is Tampa International Airport (TPA), which has international and domestic flights from Tampa, Florida and is 16 miles from the center of Palm Harbor. Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport (SRQ) has international and domestic flights from Sarasota, Florida and is 49 miles from Palm Harbor. PIE requires a 30-minute drive or over two hours on public transportation; TPA can be reached by car in 40 minutes, or about three hours by public transportation; and SRQ can only be reached by car after about an hour and 15 minutes.
Do most people in Palm Harbor rely on public transportation?
Yes, you probably will need a car in Palm Harbor. The number of people who take public transportation in Palm Harbor, Florida is 48 percent less than the Florida average and 56 percent less than the national average, meaning the public transit system isn't widely used. Public transportation in Palm Harbor and all of Pinellas County is provided by the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA), which runs 37 bus routes in the area. For more information regarding system maps and timetables, consult the PSTA website.
Are there museums in Palm Harbor or nearby?
The sole museum in town is the North Pinellas Historical Museum, which was built in in 1915 and features a variety of exhibits on the history of the Palm Harbor, Crystal Beach, and the Ozona and Curlew communities. However, there are many other museums outside the city limits. Nearby Dunedin is home to the Dunedin Fine Art Center, the Dunedin Historical Museum, and the National Armed Services and Law Enforcement Memorial Museum. Located 10 minutes north of Palm Harbor, Tarpin Springs is home to a slew of museums, including the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art, the Safford House Museum, and the Tarpon Springs Heritage Museum. Clearwater, located about 20 minutes south of Palm Harbor, is home to the Clearwater Marine Aquarium.