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Philippe Park, Safety Harbor
(4.9/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
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  • Great park for hiking, biking and kayaking. Also fun for picnics. Located on Upper Tampa Bay, this park has a boat launch for canoes, kayaks and small boats. Try hiking up the Indian mound. Playground...  more »
  • Enjoy going to this park to walk and view the bay through my Nikon lens. The trees always gently sway in the breeze and protect us from the sun. Lots of picnic tables, grills and play areas make for a...  more »
  • Philppe Park has something for everyone. Whether you like walking, boating, history or picnicking, Philippe Park is your place. 
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  • Enormous and beautiful waterfront park with something for everyone. Playgrounds, climbing walls, pavilions, open fields, boat ramp, kayak launch points, a small beach, the Tocobaga Indian mound, and even pedestrian connection to the Bayshore Trail.
  • A must see if visiting the area. The history of the mounds and the bay is very interesting. The park is a small piece of Pinellas County that is untouched (relatively) and a nice place to see nature away from the hustle and bustle of the sounds of the city.
  • Yet another example of a home run that was hit by Pinellas County! Located along the shoreline of old Tampa Bay, this is probably one of the oldest parks in the county. Named for Baron Odet Phillipe, it's also full of history. It also has some nice elevation changes which is rare for this part of the world. And lot's of shade, courtesy of the many, many oak trees. Good times.
  • Great park. Way bigger then it looks
  • A great local park that isn't crowded like the beaches. Enjoy a picnic, boating or just relaxing in the shade overlooking the bay. You can't beat the views of the water the the route 60 bridge.