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Highlander Park
Highlander Park, with approximately 70 acres, is the City's second largest park. It is a multi-use recreation area which features the Dunedin Communit... more >>
Philippe Park
Philippe Park is a historical site that overlooks Old Tampa Bay. The park is named for Odet Philippe, who claimed to be a surgeon for Napoleon. Phi... more >>
Safety Harbor Waterfront Park
A new 13 acre waterfront park in Safety Harbor... more >>
John Chesnut Sr. Park
Has something for everyone from boating, fishing and water skiing to relaxing in a shady spot under the trees. It covers approximately 255 acres an... more >>
Pinellas National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1922 as breeding grounds for colonial bird species. The refuge consists of Indian key, Tarpon Key... more >>
Tarpon Key
Tarpon Springs Reef consists of large expanses of live productive bottom. Construction has been limited in order to avoid destruction of the live bott... more >>
Clymer Park & Beach Boulevard Complex
Gallery showcases with street musicians & complimentary refreshments on the first Friday & third Saturday of each month.... more >>
John R. Bonner Nature Park
A spot of green in urban Pinellas County, this small park’s cool, shady hammock attracts migrating songbirds. Hike the trails looking for hooded... more >>
Indian Rocks Beach
Lay of the Land: A throwback to old Florida, Indian Rocks Beach features beautiful dune-lined expanse dotted with small motels, vacation cottag... more >>
Hammock Park
The Hammock is a unique 75-acre natural park inhabited by various forms of wildlife and plant life. It has five miles of nature trails, three picnic s... more >>
Mule Key is a mangrove island in southern portions of Boca Ciega Bay, within the city limits of St. Petersburg, Florida. Mule Key is one of several... more >>
Three-Rooker Bar
Three-Rooker Bar is a small, semicircular island that has emerged within the last decade. The fact that sand has been accumulating at this location... more >>
Egmont Key State Park
Now a wildlife refuge, Egmont Key is a natural island escape with significant history. It was a camp for captured Seminoles during the Third Semino... more >>
This leash-free dog park is 1.5 acres enclosed by a 4-foot chain link fence and includes a faucet and water bowl area, disposal bags for feces, and a ... more >>
Lake Seminole Park
A gorgeous two-mile recreational trail winds through a pine flatwoods area, popular for jogging, hiking, biking and rollerblading. A public boat ra... more >>
Sunset Beach Pavilion
Sunset Beach Pavilion is an example of Florida Vernacular architecture. The park lies directly of the Gulf of Mexico and features playground equipm... more >>
Moccasin Lake Nature Park
Come explore this 50-acre park, which  features an environmental and energy education center with a lake, upland forest, wetlands and lots of nativ... more >>
Wall Springs Park
The park features a three-story lookout tower, four fishing piers, covered playground and four shelters to reserve up to a year in advance.... more >>
Ridgecrest Park
A 5-acre fresh water lake welcomes anglers of all ages at this park nestled in the Ridgecrest neighborhood. The park has 3 picnic shelters. For she... more >>
Walsingham Park
Walsingham Park is situated on 354 acres, divided by 100-acre Walsingham Lake, one-quarter mile west of the Pinellas Trail. There are entrances on Wal... more >>
A.L. Anderson Park
Boating, scenic views and access to Lake Tarpon are highlights of this park. Play in wooded areas, hike nature trails, have a picnic, or romp on th... more >>
Largo Central Park
Largo Central Park is a beautiful, 70-acre park located in the heart of Largo. Its rolling grounds, fountains and landmark clock tower have set it ... more >>
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