The Pinellas County Parks and Conservation Resources Department maintains more than 20,000 acres of parks and preserves. That's right. 20,000 acres. That's a lot of park! Picnic shelters, camping, dog parks, beaches, boat ramps and trails are all easily accessible through the park system all across our beautiful county.
How would you like to skate across the county? Well, if you are lucky enough to live in Pinellas County you can do it easily! One of the coolest features of the park system is the The Fred Marquis Pinellas County Trail. This trail is linear and extends all the way from St. Petersburg to Tarpon Springs. The trail was created along an abandoned railroad corridor provides a unique and protected greenspace for walking, biking, jogging and skating. The County even provides a free pocket sized flip chart map to the Pinellas Trail so that you can easily navigate your way. The guide details rest stops, service stations, restaurants, pay phones, bicycle ships and much more along the entire length of the Trail.
To find out more about the beautiful parks in Pinellas and find out how you can get your free pocket guide to the Pinellas Trail, click here.
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