Parks & Conservation Resources adds another popular mobile parking app to payment options at parks, beaches, boat ramps

Pinellas County Parks & Conservation Resources is adding the ParkMobile mobile parking app for parking payments beginning on Monday, June 26 at Fort De Soto, Sand Key Park and Fred Howard Beach access locations, all Pinellas County boat ramps, and the Sutherland Bayou, Belleair and Park Boulevard stand-alone boat ramps. The new addition enhances the choices visitors have when they pay to park, including the Flowbird mobile parking app and using a credit card at existing pay-by-plate terminals.

The ParkMobile app is widely used in the Tampa Bay area and across Florida.  It is available for both iPhone and Android devices and can also be accessed through a mobile web browser. The app is simple to use and offers easy to follow instructions about how to pay for parking. The app also offers a phone payment option. Signage at each parking location will also notify patrons about all the accepted methods of payment and how to use each one.

Mobile parking supports the County’s overall cashless initiative and removes the stress of unnecessary parking fines when receipts are not displayed properly. Mobile parking also prevents counterfeit currency attempts.

To learn more about parking at Pinellas County parks, beaches and boat ramps, visit