There is a wonderful neighborhood in Palm Harbor, Florida called Indian Trails.  The houses are very well kept, there are mature live oak trees to provide lots of shade on summer afternoons and the location is excellent.  Palm Harbor is one of the most desirable communities in the Tampa Bay area, with its relaxed lifestyle, right on the Gulf of Mexico, and Indian Trails is one of the nicer neighborhoods in Palm Harbor.

Crystal Beach and Wall Springs Park are just a quick bike ride away.  Of course there is the Pinellas bicycle trail for a short ride to a nearby park, or for the hearty and serious rider, a trip to Tarpon Springs or Honeymoon Island is not too far.  The closest airport is the St. Pete-Clearwater International airport, only 13 miles away.  And the Dunedin Blue Jays play all summer only 6 miles away.  Spring training facilities for the Toronto Blue Jays, Philadelphia Phillies and New York Yankees are all just a short drive, with the Yankees the farthest, at less than 30 miles from Indian Trails in Palm Harbor.

There are 14 schools, 6 public and 8 private, within 2 miles of Indian Trails, including Palm Harbor University High School, the Palm Harbor Montessori Academy, elementary and middle schools, day care and several other private schools. 

Shopping, for both food and other things, is easy.  There are 8 grocery stores, including Winn Dixie and 7-Eleven, and 4 department stores, including Steinmart and Walmart within easy driving distance of two miles or less.  And just so you don't have to worry about dining out, there are 32 restaurants within 2 miles of Indian Trails, from fine Italian dining at Casa Ludovico, to the camaraderie at Peggy O'Neills Irish Pub and Eatery, to pizza at Westshore Pizza.

Indian Trails is truly one of the nicest neighborhoods in one of the nicest towns along the west coast of Florida.