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Safety Harbor Parks
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Art Park

Art Park is outside to the north of the library shaded by old oak trees. The Park has benches and picnic tables and some are painted with scenes of Florida wildlife native to the area.

Baranoff Park

Is a passive park located just outside the doors of the library. A great park to grab a book or enjoy the outdoors. This park features the historically registered Baranoff Oak Tree which is a Grand Tree: 300-500 year old Live Oak.

City Park

Is the largest city park with 21 acres. The park has the first certified municipal "Boundless Playground" in Pinellas County.

Daisy Douglas Park

Is our smallest city park at 1.25 acres located in the light industrial area of Safety Harbor.

John Wilson Park (Gazebo)

In the heart of downtown on Main Street, this popular venue is home to afternoon lunchtime concerts, weddings, farmers markets, holiday tree lighting and special events.

Marina Park / Veterans Memorial Park

Catch a glimpse of the beautiful upper Tampa Bay from our 1.5 acre Marina Park! (Amenities include: 3 small shelters, scenic views, wildlife views, butterfly garden, fishing pier, restrooms, boat ramp to upper Tampa Bay, kayak launch, Veteran's Memorial, commemorative bricks, marina wet slips.)

Marshall Street Park

Is an everyday naturalist park with 9.5 acres of true natural habitat. A great place to explore a little bit of beautiful nature along the creek, trees and boardwalk.

Mease Park

Is brought to our residents through a partnership with Mease-Countryside Hospital. The park is located on the North side of town near Mease Countryside Hospital.

Mullet Creek Park

Located just north of the Safety Harbor Resort and Spa on Philippe Parkway, this quaint neighborhood park features beautiful scenery where residents and visitors can enjoy Florida-friendly landscaping, learn about unique plants in a demonstration garden cared for by the Safety Harbor Garden Club, and relax in comfortable bench swings and chairs.

North City Park

Nestled between Harbor Woods and North Bay Hills. This "Neighborhood Park" is just over 9 acres of outdoor fun.