Pinellas Park, FL

Travel Guide
Pinellas Park featuring signage and an administrative buidling
Hiking trails and sports grounds combine with exotic food, fantastic shopping and art galleries in a Florida neighborhood with appeal for all interest.

Surrounded by popular attractions, Pinellas Park is a great city base for discovering Florida’s Gulf Coast. In this largely residential area, you’ll find beautiful parks and restaurants loved by locals. Follow hiking trails or play a round of golf, then browse shops and antique stores between dining stops.

Sawgrass Lake Park offers an elevated boardwalk with viewing platforms for wildlife-spotting. Wander through the maple swamp and take panoramic photos from the observation tower. For more nature views, tee off at Mainlands Golf Course, a par-67 course designed in the Florida Links style.

Formerly called Pinellas Square Mall, Shoppes at Park Place is the spot to fill your shopping bags with souvenirs or necessities. Dine at the restaurants and watch a movie at Regal Park Place. Visit Pinellas Arts Village to see the works of local muralists along Park Boulevard. Monthly art walks and workshops here feature a festive block party atmosphere.

Families with kids love Youth Park. Play soccer, softball or basketball and take small children to the tot lot playground. Pack a picnic to enjoy at dedicated areas before hitting the batting cages and disc golf course.

Spend time at Helen Howarth Park and Equestrian Trail, with racquetball courts, a nature trail and picnic pavilions. If you prefer racecars, Showtime Speedway delivers the fast action of professional racing.

Cypress Breeze Farm takes you on horseback-riding adventures, with tours to suit beginner through advanced riders. Learn about the history and ecology of Tampa Bay along the way. Find more history at the Tampa Bay Automobile Museum, which showcases engineering innovations from the 1920s and 1930s. Discover more than 80 vehicles, including a reproduction of the world’s first self-propelled vehicle, a 1770 steam-powered cart.

As you explore, watch for the Vietnamese restaurants Pinellas Park is known for. Fly to St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport to get to Pinellas Park in about 15 minutes. If you’re not driving, use public transportation to travel to the exciting attractions.

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