Pinellas County Parks

The Parks and Conservation Resources Department maintains more than 20,000 acres of parks and preserves. Picnic shelters, camping, playgrounds, boat ramps and trails are among the many amenities enjoyed by our residents and visitors.

Beach at Fort De Soto Park beach

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a heron walks near the lake at A.L. Anderson park

A.L. Anderson Park

A.L. Anderson Park 39699 U.S. 19
Tarpon Springs, Florida 34689 United States

A.L. Anderson Park is 135 acres nestled off U.S. 19 in Tarpon Springs. This park provides wooded areas for exploring, cypress trees along the trail shoreline and beautiful vistas overlooking Salmon Bay and Lake Tarpon.  Photos Amenities fishing boat ramp (fee charged) dog park boardwalks, nature trails playground restrooms 9 picnic shelters Lake Tarpon, Pinellas County:open…

Fantastic scenery and fun things to do at Boca Ciega Millennium Park

Boca Ciega Millennium Park

Boca Ciega Millennium Park 12410 74th Avenue North
Seminole, Florida 33772 United States

Boca Ciega Millennium Park is 186 acres in Seminole and is accessible to the Pinellas Trail. This park provides an observation tower to enjoy panoramic views of Boca Ciega Bay. The park is also recognized by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation as part of the “Great Florida Birding Trail.” Other highlights of this park include…

Pinellas County Parks and Preserves Brooker Creek boardwalk

Brooker Creek Preserve

Brooker Creek Preserve 3940 Keystone Road
Tarpon Springs, Florida 34688 United States

At about 8,700 acres, Brooker Creek Preserve is a significant conservation area in the northeastern corner of Pinellas County, where the management of its natural resources (including the protection of its drinkable water supply) is a priority. Pinellas County government and Southwest Florida Water Management District own the preserve, and Parks & Conservation Resources manages…

A father and daughter walking in Eagle Lake Park

Eagle Lake Park

Eagle Lake Park 1800 Keene Road
Largo, Florida 33771 United States

Eagle Lake Park is 162 acres set in the heart of Largo. This park provides a wetlands section that has been restored with native plants. In keeping with the tradition of the land’s former use of citrus growing, many of the amenities have a citrus grove theme. Photos Amenities Six Picnic Shelters Three Restrooms Playground…

red white and pink roses at Florida Botanical Gardens

Florida Botanical Gardens

Florida Botanical Gardens 12520 Ulmerton Road
Largo, Florida 33774 United States

Learn How Florida Grows Visitors to the Florida Botanical Gardens can relish the natural wonder of Florida while enjoying a walk through 150 acres of formal gardens, scenic landscapes, and native habitats. Visit the Florida Botanical Gardens Foundation’s website to learn more about the park and view upcoming events. Admission / Hours Admission is free….

Fort De Soto Park

Fort De Soto Park 3500 Pinellas Bayway South
Tierra Verde, Florida 33715 United States

Whether you are sitting on the beach or kayaking near the still water’s edge at Fort De Soto, you find yourself absorbed in the abundance of natural beauty as far as the eye can see. The complexity of the ecology is not immediately apparent, but the park offers the greatest diversity of systems just about…

Fred Howard Park beach

Fred Howard Park

Fred Howard Park 1700 Sunset Drive
Tarpon Springs, Florida 34689 United States

Fred Howard Park is 155 acres of park and beach located off the Gulf of Mexico in Tarpon Springs. There is a 1-mile causeway from the park to the white sandy beach for swimming and sunsets. This park provides homes to wildlife including eagles, gopher tortoises and fox squirrels.  Photos Amenities Nine Picnic Shelters Six…

Heritage Village Photo Guidelines photo fo Log Cabin

Heritage Village

Heritage Village 11909 125th Street
Largo, Florida 33774 United States

Heritage Village is your home for Pinellas County history. Our mission is to inspire exploration of Pinellas County’s story by designing unique programs and exhibits, facilitating research, and collecting and preserving local history. Visit the Heritage Village website to take virtual tour of the park, plan your visit, and learn about donation and volunteer opportunities.

Board walk at John Chestnut Sr. Park

John Chesnut Sr. Park

John Chesnut Sr. Park 2200 East Lake Road South
Palm Harbor, Florida 34685 United States

John Chesnut Sr. Park is 255 acres of multiple nature trails that sits adjacent to Lake Tarpon in Palm Harbor.  Lake Tarpon can accommodate boats with combustion engines. This park is home to a variety of wildlife. The canoe trail is a landlocked waterway connected to an interior lake, but can only accommodate non-combustion engines.Swimming…

Pinellas County Taylor Park

John S. Taylor Park

John S. Taylor Park 1100 8th Avenue Southwest
Largo, Florida 33770 United States

John S. Taylor Park is 156.5 acres that connects to the Pinellas Trail and is tucked next to a 53-acre freshwater lake in Largo. The park provides a full disc golf course, a tree-lined shell trail and a lake to take a boat out for fishing. Photos Amenities Ball Field Boat Ramp (Non-Motorized) Disc Golf…

Pinellas County residents enjoying a beautiful day at Lake Seminole Park.

Lake Seminole Park

Lake Seminole Park 10015 Park Boulevard North
Seminole, Florida 33777 United States

Lake Seminole Park is 258 acres of designated wildlife habitat and sanctuary located in Seminole. The park is home to raccoons, alligators, hawks, eagles, turtles and more. The park provides benches and swings that are placed to view the lake. Photos Amenities 13 Picnic Shelters Ball Field Boat Ramp Fishing Multipurpose Trails Restrooms Playgrounds Water…

beach, water, and plants at Mobbly Preserve

Mobbly Bayou Preserve

Mobbly Bayou Preserve 423 Lafayette Boulevard
Oldsmar, Florida 34677 United States

At the north end of Upper Tampa Bay, the preserve encompasses a wide diversity of upland and coastal plant communities. The 396-acre preserve is managed with the city of Oldsmar, which oversees two recreational areas. Amenities Picnic ShelterHiking TrailsFishing PierObservation PlatformCanoe LaunchParking AreaRestrooms

Water view

Philippe Park

Philippe Park 2525 Philippe Parkway
Safety Harbor, Florida 34695 United States

Philippe Park is 92 rich-in-history acres. This is the oldest park in Pinellas County and is located in Safety Harbor. The majestic shade trees and the Native American mound welcome visitors to the park.  The Temple Mound was built by Native Americans known as the Tocobaga. It is the largest remaining mound in the Tampa Bay region and is…

Bandstand at Pinewood Cultural Park.

Pinewood Cultural Park

Pinewood Cultural Park 12520 Ulmerton Road
Largo, Florida 33774 United States

Pinewood Cultural Park is home to Heritage Village, the Florida Botanical Gardens, the Pinellas County Extension, the Parks and Conservation Resources administrative offices, and Creative Pinellas. Parks & Conservation Resources Office The public can visit the administrative site for permits, to make shelter reservations and to purchase county boat ramp annual passes. Parks and Conservation…

lake, cattails, and ball filed at Ridgecrest Park

Ridgecrest Park

Ridgecrest Park 12000 Ulmerton Road
Largo, Florida 33774 United States

Ridgecrest Park sits by a 5-acre freshwater lake and is 23 acres nestled in the Ridgecrest neighborhood of Largo.  This park provides a ball field and a playground area for outdoor fun. Photos Amenities Three Picnic Shelters with GrillsFishing – A freshwater license may be required. (Inquire with the Tax Collector’s Office.) PierPlaygroundBall FieldRestroomsWater Fountain…

Pinellas County Sand Key Park

Sand Key Park

Sand Key Park 1060 Gulf Boulevard
Clearwater, Florida 33767 United States

Sand Key Park is 95 acres with two distinct areas of beach and park in Clearwater. This park has a white sandy beach with seasonal lifeguards and sea turtles that nest from April – October. The park also provides benches for viewing the salt marsh that sustains the native wildlife. Photos Amenities Concession Boardwalk, Nature Trail…

Beautiful Sawgrass Lake Park in Pinellas County, Florida

Sawgrass Lake Park

Sawgrass Lake Park 7400 25th Street North
St. Petersburg, Florida 33702 United States

Sawgrass Lake Park is 400 acres in the Lealman community of unincorporated Pinellas County and is the result of a unique cooperative agreement between Pinellas County Parks & Conservation Resources and the Southwest Florida Water Management District. This park has one of the largest maple swamps on the Gulf Coast, which allows people to view…

Aerial view of Shell Key Preserve

Shell Key Preserve

Shell Key Preserve 2187 Oceanview Drive
Tierra Verde, Florida 33715 United States

This 1,800-acre preserve protects sensitive marine habitats. It includes one of the County’s largest undeveloped barrier islands (Shell Key) as well as numerous mangrove islands and expansive seagrass beds. Shell Key is one of the state’s most important areas for shorebird nesting and wintering and serves as an important study area for these species. It…

Bridge over Wall Springs

Wall Springs Park

Wall Springs Park 3725 Desoto Boulevard
Palm Harbor, Florida 34683 United States

Wall Springs Park is 210 acres that connects to the Pinellas Trail in Palm Harbor. This park provides a viewing area and boardwalk of the natural spring that once was used as a spa and bathing area. There is also a 35-foot observation tower to enjoy views of the Gulf of Mexico. The Wall Springs…

dock and lake at Walsingham park

Walsingham Park

Walsingham Park 12615 102nd Avenue
Seminole, Florida 33778 United States

Walsingham Park is 354 acres with a 100-acre lake in Largo. This park has two entrances: one on Walsingham Road and one on 102nd Avenue N. The park also provides a 6-mile trail, a playground and a fitness area. Photos Amenities Boat Ramp Fishing Parking Dog Park Fishing Platform Playground Equipment Restrooms 6-Mile, Shared-Use Trail Fitness…

War Veterans' Memorial Park

War Veterans’ Memorial Park

War Veterans’ Memorial Park 9600 Bay Pines Boulevard
St. Petersburg, Florida 33708 United States

War Veterans’ Memorial Park is 112 acres in St. Petersburg. The focal point of this park is a landscaped Memorial Center featuring five plaques with official armed forces flags that commemorate each of the United States’ military branches. This park also has a Battlefield Cross, a Sundial and an Army Tank.  The park provides many…

A small example of the lush vegitation at Weedon Island Preserve.

Weedon Island Preserve

Weedon Island Preserve 1800 Weedon Drive Northeast
St. Petersburg, Florida 33702 United States

A Place to Remember Weedon Island Preserve is an expansive 3,000-acre natural area on Tampa Bay in north St. Petersburg. It is comprised mostly of marine ecosystems with some uplands. Indigenous peoples, including those during the “Weeden” (alternate spelling) Island Cultural Period, lived at this site for thousands of years. A varied modern history is…