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Seminole

Seminole is a city located in Pinellas County Florida, also home to St. Petersburg College. Well-known as a residential district, Seminole also has various great outdoors attractions that draw locals and area visitors to this community.It is surrounded by Pinellas County enclaves in all directions. Its closest neighbors are Indian Rocks Beach to the northwest, Largo to the north, Pinellas Park to the east, St. Petersburg to the south, and Madeira Beach to the west. Its main arteries are State Road 694 and Alternate U.S. Highway 19. It embraces the lower half of the lower limb of Lake Seminole.

In 1840, the initial white settlement in Seminole was made and the community was named after the Seminole Indians who occupied the place. In 1970, Seminole was incorporated. Seminole used to contain a water tower painted by artist Tom Stovall in 2000. The city began to demolish the water tower in July 2017 although residents exerted effort to save it as it made them feel Seminole’s distinction, it will be replaced soon by a public park to serve as a landmark for giving directions. read more…

Seminole is a city located in Pinellas County Florida, also home to St. Petersburg College. Well-known as a residential district, Seminole also has various great outdoors attractions that draw locals and area visitors to this community.It is surrounded by Pinellas County enclaves in all directions. Its closest neighbors are Indian Rocks Beach to the northwest, Largo to the north, Pinellas Park to the east, St. Petersburg to the south, and Madeira Beach to the west. Its main arteries are State Road 694 and Alternate U.S. Highway 19. It embraces the lower half of the lower limb of Lake Seminole.

In 1840, the initial white settlement in Seminole was made and the community was named after the Seminole Indians who occupied the place. In 1970, Seminole was incorporated. Seminole used to contain a water tower painted by artist Tom Stovall in 2000. The city began to demolish the water tower in July 2017 although residents exerted effort to save it as it made them feel Seminole’s distinction, it will be replaced soon by a public park to serve as a landmark for giving directions.

Seminole community features lots of nature parks for people to experience natural wildlife viewing. At Lake Seminole Park, guests can launch a boat or kayak into the lake; picnic and barbecue at the pavilions, jog or do brisk walking at the 1-2 mile paved trails, enjoy viewing the sanctuary for alligators and other wildlife with multi-purpose trails, picnic shelters and other water sports activities. Try also exploring Boca Ciega Millennium Park, a stop on the Great Florida Birding Trail. People can walk the tails, walk their dogs, enjoy kayaking or hang out at the playground. The mystical area of the park is the 35 foot observation tower where people climb up to savor the moment viewing Boca Ciega Bay extensively.

For beer fanatics, people cool themselves by stopping for a brew at Rapp Brewing Company where they offer their specialty small-batch ales.

Explore 2,200 acres of Florida Everglades at the Billie Swamp Safari located on the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation where your family and friends experience the wonders of nature. Explore the four different eco-systems preserved in their preserved condition by the Seminole Tribe of Floridaby gliding along the airboat rides through cypress domes to see alligators, turtles, birds, fish and raccoons among others. Ride through the wetlands on the Swamp Buggy Eco tour to witness native exotic animals such as wild pigs, water buffalos, bison, ostriches and other animals can be seen. The park also offers a Swamp Venomous Snake Show and Critter Show every day. Night excursions include swamp buggy rides and native storytelling with advanced reservations. Your authentic Native American adventure will truly be a memorable one.

In Indian language, Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki means “a place to learn.” Learn about exciting history and culture at the Museum of Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation where you will witness exhibits and artifacts as evidence of how Seminole ancestors lived in Florida swaps and Everglades back in time. The Museum film “We Seminoles” features the dramatic struggle of these ancestors to remain in Florida. Throughout the stunning 60 acre cypress dome, nature trails will lead you to a living village.

Settled in the peaceful and picturesque Florida Everglades, the Big Cypress RV Resort can be found on the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation which is owned and administered by the Seminole Tribe of Florida. Visitors are offered paved grassy RV sites with full hook-ups, air-conditioned cabins as well as tents, and relax under an authentic chickee hut.


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