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Hillsborough River State Park, Thonotosassa

Categories: State Parks, Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
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4.4/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
Hillsborough River State Park is located in Thonotosassa. Use our Thonotosassa trip builder to visit Hillsborough River State Park on your trip to Thonotosassa, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • If you want a nice relaxing day, that's the place to go. I believe there's a pool there, not positive. 
  • I've been going here for years, especially when I was a kid. Now I take my own family there. It's a very nice park with a large swimming pool that's not too deep so friendly for younger kids especiall...  read more »
  • Nice, clean sites with easy back in. Facilities were clean and up to date. Close enough to many of Tampa's attractions. Will definitely go back soon. 
  • One of the best places to enjoy nature. Kayaking at Hillsborough river is one of my favorite pass time events. Apart from kayaking, this park offers good walks on boards with really pretty views. The view point overlooks all the Canoe and kayaking people with good view in the background. Took walks around the walkway several times and would definitely recommend for others.
  • One of my most favorite parks. As a visitor myself, a request to all the other visitors, please sustain and maintain the beauty of the park for next many 100 years. This park is a treasure for all of us today and for all the generations of tomorrow. So, let us all protect and preserve it. When I am in the park, in nature, I turn off my cell phone. I want the birds, the bees, and the wind to talk to me instead. Peace and love to all.
  • Waking along rapids is a nice change of scenery. Something unique from most Florida State Parks. Plenty of trail to hike or bike, plus they're all dog friendly! 🐶 🚲
  • There is alot of problems here. To start you pay a fee to get in the park. You have to buy the fire wood from them and you have to pay extra to get in the pool. Over all I understand that the park needs to make money . I just wish they would have been upfront about it
  • I love this state park, river is very relaxing, pool on site is huge, kayak rental, bicycle and more available, cafeteria and plenty restrooms
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