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Wall Springs Park

3725 Desoto Blvd, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
+1 727-582-2100
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Another Great Pinellas Park!

The wonderful thing about Pinellas County is the resources they devote to their county parks and... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Tampa, Florida
Wandering at Wall

Talk about a hide-out. Bring the kids, bring your bike, bring a lunch. The history lesson behind... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Kathryn B
Lutz, Florida
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3725 Desoto Blvd, Palm Harbor, FL 34683
+1 727-582-2100
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The wonderful thing about Pinellas County is the resources they devote to their county parks and Wall Springs is no exception. The park consists of a boardwalk and trail that circles the head springs and wanders out to an observation pier and tower, two shaded...More

Thank TampaTrips
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Talk about a hide-out. Bring the kids, bring your bike, bring a lunch. The history lesson behind the site is an interesting piece to add to the flavor. The bike trail is well kept and smooth-sailing, and the trails are short an accessible. The tower...More

Thank Kathryn B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There are so many neat things to do at this little park that's tucked away from it all....something for everyone. Great playground for the kids, clean restrooms, nature trails, a ton of pavilions, springs & lake with fish and ducks, bike trail, etc. Pack a...More

Thank DivingGurl
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Park has Bike Racks , Boardwalk , Nature Trail , Fishing Pier Multi-purpose Trail , Parking , Playground , Restrooms and Picnic Shelter & Grills . There is also Wildlife Observation Tower . The park includes a historical natural spring which was used as a...More

Thank Al Y
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Nice playground for kids and biking and walking trails. Disappointed that they don't allow fishing. Had an overlook that was nice but burned down But I heard that they have since rebuilt it.

Thank pag44987
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

they have a natural spring (you can't go in it) that is so nice to look at, awesome concrete pathways for walking. Everyone can enjoy this.

Thank grismons
Reviewed 7 May 2017 via mobile

Beautiful passive park with spectacular views of our bay and estuaries. Such a wonderful place with great Pinellas County history. This is where the kids learned to swim in the 40's and 50's before public pools and home pools. Delightful on a cool day.

Reviewed 11 April 2017

this is a cute short visit, but don't plan a day around it, unless you are planning to just hang out in the park. Nice place for a kids birthday.

Thank russ w
Reviewed 8 April 2017

We drove up from Largo, lured by the glowing reviews and lovely pictures, only to find out much of the park is closed. We were told by a nice park official that it will be closed for a year. We showed up to high fences...More

3  Thank 541PaulL541
Reviewed 22 March 2017 via mobile

This park has it all for young and old. Enjoy! They have a fabulous play area for the kids and wooden walkways that take you around the park.

Thank jeanne p
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John G
Hi. Where can I go to see those 3 old photo'/maps of the park? I'm told that our Mobile Home Park next door (604 Hillsborough Street) to Wall Springs has it's old Post Office as our Clubhouse??
25 March 2017|
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Response from Sara M | Reviewed this property |
If I am thinking of the same old maps/photos that you are of the park, they are posted around the decks at the spring source. Right within the park! I can't remember what's on each of them exactly, but it's all of the... More
jess g
Is there a park fee to get in like a state Park or is it free?
17 December 2016|
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Response from Les K | Reviewed this property |
state parks have a fee. but wall springs is a county park. There is no fee to get in
I would like to know the depth of your springs at wall springs. If not specific a average will do. We went the other day and lovers it the question asked all day was how deep are these spring? You have a nice place Thank you S.E.Ackley...
24 August 2016|
Response from Ray F | Reviewed this property |
Wall Springs was all but forgotten, until it became part of the park system almost twenty years ago. It has an average temperature of 74 degrees, has 2850 gallons a minute spewing out, and is 20 feet deep at the spring... More