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Parks

A.L. Anderson Park:

Off US 19 on Lake Tarpon, covered picnic areas, boat ramp, playground. 727-937-5410

H.L. Pop Stansell Park:

Five wooded acres on the Gulf of Mexico complete with covered picnic pavilions and fishing pier. 727-785-9862

Palm Field:

Corner of Nebraska Ave. & Riviere Rd. - 2.5 acres - baseball fields, batting cage, soccer field.

CSA Palm Harbor - The Centre:

1500 16th St. - 727-771-6000 8.5 acres with a 15,000 sq ft building and 10,000 sq ft building; Banquet/Activity room - 5,000 sq ft

John Chestnut Park:

Located on the eastern shore of Lake Tarpon - boat ramps, nature trails, and thousands of feet of boardwalks around the lake. 727-669-1951

Fred E. Marquis Pinellas Trails:

This County-wide linear park runs from Tarpon Springs to St. Petersburg. The paved path is used by bicyclist, skaters, and walkers during daylight hours. 727-464-3347

Putnam Park on Riviere Road:

799 Riviere Rd.10 acres - tennis courts, baseball/softball field, playground, concession stand, multi-purpose room, soccer fields.

Sunderman Recreation Complex:

1631 9th St. 14 acres - baseball/softball fields, batting cages, hockey rink, concession stand, beach volleyball courts, golf training area and meeting rooms.

Wall Springs:

Located directly on the Pinellas Trail at Alternate U.S. 19 and north of Crystal Beach.

Other nearby parks include:

Fred Howard Park on Sunset Drive, Tarpon Springs; and parks on both Honeymoon and Caledesi islands

 
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