Boca Ciega Millennium Park
In this park, a 35-foot wooden observation tower offers a panoramic view of Boca Ciega Bay. 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. Visitors launch a canoe or kayak, or enjoy a picnic under a shelter. The park also has a covered, barrier-free playground for kids and a dog park for both small and large dogs. The small dog park includes an obstacle course for training.
The park supports seven natural communities: pine flatwoods, coastal oak hammock, mangrove swamp, salt marsh, bay head and wetlands. Boca Ciega Millennium Park is recognized by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's "Great Florida Birding Trail" park visitors can enjoy searching for shorebirds, waterfowl, wading birds, birds of prey and a myriad of upland birds. Boca Ciega Millennium Park holds the distinction of the first Pinellas County Park to have opened using only native plants throughout the parks formal landscaping.
fishing access to Bay
a canoe launch
1.5 acre dog park
35-foot observation tower
.25 mile nature trail
7 picnic shelters - Reserve Shelters Online
Five ponds were added to
treat stormwater water runoff and
hydrate the wetland areas before the runoff reaches Boca Ciega Bay.
accessible to Pinellas Trail via 74th Ave. N. (old Oakhurst Rd.), sidewalks provided
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