Just 30 minutes South of Weeki Wachee, Pasco County is home to endless outdoor adventures, including treetop aerial experiences, sunset island cruises, river kayak trips, and Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP) excursions. With all the family in town for the holidays, these adventures so close to GlenLakes provide an outlet for residents to show their family why Florida’s Nature Coast is truly magnificent for everyone!

Among acres of ranches and pastureland in eastern Pasco County, nestled within a shady, oak-canopied forest, you’ll find Treehoppers, a zip-line aerial adventure park. At check-in, pick up your equipment and receive an instructional briefing, then gear up for thrilling fun. Harnesses with various safety clasps are provided and designed to create a safe environment so that you can become immersed in your adventure.

Pasco Stilt Houses
Originally constructed as wooden fishing camps elevated over water on deep pilings, these historical stilt houses date back to the early 1900s. They are fascinating reminders of Florida’s past and are still being used by local families today. You can view these nine surreal stilt houses situated off the shores of New Port Richey on the Pasco County coast. Towering over clear shallow water, with pelicans and cormorants perched along the railings while mullet jump, these structures provide a platform to enjoy the thriving marine life below.


At GlenLakes, we encourage a love for natural living and with nature all around, These adventures will make the holidays memorable. Discover the natural curiosity within you. To become a GlenLakes resident or simply explore the neighborhood, click here for more.