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Boca Ciega Millennium Park, Seminole

Boca Ciega Millennium Park, Seminole

“The park supports seven natural communities: pine flat woods, coastal oak hammock, mangrove swamp, salt marsh, bay head and wetlands. Boca Ciega Millennium Park is recognized by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s “Great Florida Birding Trail”…”

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Seminole Waterfront Park, Seminole

Seminole Waterfront Park, Seminole,

“Lake Seminole Park is a designated wildlife habitat and sanctuary. Raccoons, alligators, various waterfowl, hawks, bald eagles, black vultures, tortoises/turtles, snakes, etc. reside in this park, and provide many pleasant hours for nature enthusiasts and families…”

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Clam Bayou Nature Park, Gulfport

Clam Bayou Nature Park, Gulfport

” This nature park/estuary provides several environments; from the upland natural vegetation, marsh and mangrove forests, to the deeper waters of Boca Ciega Bay.These areas provide habitat and food to a variety of species such as fiddler crabs, clams, wading birds, small animals, dolphins and manatees…”

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War Veterans Memorial Park, Bay Pines

War Veterans Memorial Park, Bay Pines

“Honoring military veterans is the focal point at this park with a landscaped Memorial Center featuring five plaques with official armed forces flags that commemorates each of the military branches of the United States. Walk the boardwalk and nature trail for great views and educational information…”

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Weedon Island Preserve, St.Petersburg

Weedon Island Preserve, St.Petersburg

“Weedon Island Preserve is an expansive 3,190-acre natural area located on Tampa Bay. This coastal system, comprised of aquatic and upland ecosystems, is home to numerous species of native plants and animals, an educational facility and a rich cultural history…”

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Gandy Beach, St.Petersburg

Gandy Beach, St.Petersburg

“Located just off of Gandy Boulevard, the Gandy Beach Mangroves offer a laid back and low key way to experience Tampa Bay’s waterfront. Whether wading, fishing, or launching a boat, kayak, or paddle board, this beach offers the public an easily accessible way in to Tampa Bay…”

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Fort Desoto Park, St.Petersburg, FL

Fort Desoto Park, St.Petersburg, FL

“The largest park within the Pinellas County Park System, Fort De Soto park consists of 1,136 acres made up of five interconnected islands (keys). These keys are home to beach plants, mangroves, wetlands, palm hammocks, hardwoods and scores of native plants…”

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Pop Stansell Park, Palm Harbor

Pop Stansell Park, Palm Harbor

“…In memory of Pop is a park with his name on it. It is located at the corner of 8th Street and Florida Avenue.  Pop Stansell Memorial Park is a 5 acre waterfront park that sports a boat ramp to the intercostal and a fishing pier.  The park is a venue for many things including Movies in the Park where families gather to enjoy an evening. …”

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Live Oak Park, Palm Harbor

Live Oak Park, Palm Harbor

“ Crystal Beach Florida lies along the shore of St Joseph’s Sound, just west of Palm Harbor. This beautiful little community is home to Live Oak Park and a lovely fishing pier. The Pinellas Trail runs through Crystal Beach, connecting north and south Pinellas County for bikers and those who enjoy long walks in our tropical paradise…”

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