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Wall Springs Park, Palm Harbor

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • 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 ...  more »
  • 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, ...  more »
  • 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, spr...  more »
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  • Great park - playgrounds are covered, bathrooms are clean and located conveniently next to playground. Also, there are 2 nice shelters next to park that would be great for get-togethers/barbecues. FYI, the spring was neat to check out, but the observation tower and trail are currently shut down for renovations.
  • We have been coming to this park for years. The play area is sheltered and padded, always clean. There is a large paved walking path, multiple piers and docks. The spring area has large fish that love to be fed and usually ducks and their babies in the spring. We've even seen otters play there. It's also right next to the Pinellas trail so you can bike or skate from there.
  • Good place for short trip. When I went there it was under maintenance. Nature trail and tower were closed. Head Spring shape looks great.
  • Nice, huge covered playground!! There is also a trail that goes around the old natural swimming pool from the early 1900's. Along the trail there are some very eclectic benches too look like different things. My children loved them!
  • Came across this park as it is along the Pinellas Trail, what a great find! Has lots of parking, a natural spring head, and an easy flat wide loop trail out to several lookouts over the bay. The benches in the park are artistic - some are wood and some are metal - one shaped like a dolphin. Unfortunately both times we visited the lookout tower was still closed and being re built due to a fire. On the walk we saw spoonbills, and many other wading birds feeding as it was low tide. We had hoped to see Manatee but due to the springs construction they can not swim up to the spring. There is a great group of photos around the spring showing how it had been developed when it was private property.