Tag Archives: Park

A December Walk In The Park

It was a cool 55º as I strolled through Wall Spring Park, a county park on the Gulf coast between Tarpon Springs and Palm Harbor.  Considering the weather and only 6 days before Christmas, it was surprisingly busy. Click any … Continue reading

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DeLeon Springs State Park

This is a great park with wonderful walking trails, beautiful grounds, eco-boat tours, and the Old Spanish Sugar Mill Restaurant. The restaurant, pictured here, features built-in griddles on the tables so you can make your own pancakes.  Park Website Link Tech … Continue reading

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Martyrs Park, Memphis Tennessee

This riverfont park is tucked away off I-55 with some of the best views of the Mississippi River. The park is named after those who did not flee from Memphis’ yellow fever epidemic in 1878 to help those infected. The … Continue reading

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The Nature Of Honeymoon

It’s sunny and 81˚ on the 20th of February. A perfect day to explore the nature trails on Honeymoon Island State Park.

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Michigan Avenue

Three miles north of downtown in the little city of Dunedin, Florida is Michigan Avenue. Running along the south side of the residential street for 6 blocks is Highlander Park.  The park features a pond with wading birds and an … Continue reading

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Anderson Park, Fish and Dine with the ‘Gators

Anderson Park, operated by Pinellas County,  is located the City of Tarpon Springs.  Like most of the county parks, Anderson is well maintained and admission free.  One of it’s delights are these solo picnic areas built on secluded little peninsulas … Continue reading

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Historic and Beautiful Philippe Park

First visited by the Spanish in 1539, the northwest corner of Tampa Bay became known as Safety Harbor because pirates didn’t venture there. That body of water and a city on its western shore still bear the name. Fierce Tocobaga … Continue reading

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