Lake Seminole ParkLake 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.
Mechanical Vegetation Fuel Reduction
Pinellas County Parks & Conservation Resources has hired a contractor to conduct ecological restoration. The contractor will be using heavy equipment to reduce overgrown vegetation. For the safety of our patrons while the equipment is in use, some trails and picnic areas will be closed until the work is complete.
For more information on this land management process, please visit Managing Lands in Pinellas – YouTube
The mechanical vegetation fuel reduction will take place mid-November.
- 13 Picnic Shelters
- Ball Field
- Boat Ramp
- Multipurpose Trails
- Water Fountains
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Lake Seminole, Pinellas County: Open to Fishing.
- Trotlines may be used from sunset until 9 a.m.
- No Bag Limit for Channel Catfish
Open 7 days a week, 7 a.m. to sunset
County Parks are closed two days throughout the year, the day after Thanksgiving and December 25.