Boca Ciega Millennium Park

Boca Ciega Millennium Park was dedicated April 7, 2001. At the entrance to the 184.6-acre park is the Pinellas County Millennium Time Capsule with more than 100 items secured for future generations to find. For now, there is plenty of natural beauty for residents and visitors to discover.

This park features include fishing access to Bay, a canoe launch, 1.5-acre Paw Playground, 35-foot observation tower, .25-mile nature trail, boardwalks, playground, restrooms, picnic shelters and bicycle/pedestrian paths. Five ponds were added to treat stormwater water runoff and hydrate the wetland areas before the runoff reaches Boca Ciega Bay.

The park has been recognized by the Florida Native Plant Society for its use of natives in landscaping. Boca Ciega's natural communities include pine flatwoods, coastal oak hammock, mangrove swamp, salt marsh, bay head and wetlands. A wide variety of Florida vegetation and wildlife highlights Boca Ciega Millennium Park's delightful environs.

The park is a stop on the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission's "Great Florida Birding Trail". You can view shore birds, wading birds, birds of prey, upland birds & water fowl.

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Boca Ciega Millennium Park
12410 74th Ave. N. (Old Oakhurst Rd.)
Seminole, FL 33772
Phone: (727) 588-4882
Fax: (727) 588-4924