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Wall Springs Park, Palm Harbor

(4.4/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
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  • Lovely park with several fishing piers on the Gulf. There is also a nice trail, plus a kiddie area with swings and other equipment. There are many pavilions, plus picnic tables. 
  • First time to visit park, kinda a hidden gem. Met people fishing off a pier . . . filled us on the history of the park and the area. We didn't take the long walk, but will return to do that and see th...  more »
  • You have to walk a little, but not that much. Ideal for children. It's very beautiful and relaxing. There is not a lot of people, and it's free! Very clean, pretty decorated, maintained, this park contains no gaps. People in wheelchairs will not have too much trouble. There are lots of birds and landscapes to observe. It takes about 10-20 minutes to make, depending on your pace. This time when I went there, in January 2017, one of the observatories was being repaired.
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  • This is a beautiful park. The park has a lovely boardwalk that overlooks the spring, the Bayou and the gulf of Mexico. While we were there we observe squirrels, fish, and an Osprey, ducks, pelicans and two dolphins. We found the park to be very peaceful. It would be a lovely spot to bring the family for a picnic or let the kids play on the nice playground. It's hard to think of any needed improvements. However, the parks observation tower is currently closed for construction. Once this is open, ( planned for spring 2017), this part will be perfect.
  • A very beautiful park to walk through and enjoy. From the spring to Boggey Bayou. Plenty of shaded areas as well as sunny. Never a disappointment
  • Group primitive camping is great. Convenient to Pinellas Trail.
  • Great park! Looking forward to the observation tower reopening next year.
  • Work as a full-time nanny in the area and I take the children I watch you practically everyday. The playground is wonderful and she did which is perfect in the hot summer. They also have a walk that you can go on and see the Ducks and feed the fishes. Everytime we go there we see a flock of baby ducklings!