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Parks, Recreation and Conservation
Special Announcement:

The following Regional Parks are closed, due to flooding, until further notice:  Lake Park, Lake Rogers, Eureka Springs, Upper Tampa Bay Park, Upper Tampa Bay Trails, Lettuce Lake, Lithia Springs and all of the Wilderness Parks, including Flatwoods, Trout Creek, Morris Bridge, John B. Sergeant, Dead River, Veterans, and Harney Boat Ramp.

The Following Regional Parks are open:  E.G. Simmons, Edward Medard, and Alderman's Ford Park.

All ELAPP sites are closed, due to flooding, until further notice.

The Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department provides programs, events and activities to Hillsborough County residents on a year-round basis.

The department operates more than 176 neighborhood parks and playgrounds countywide, 265 athletic fields, 40 recreation centers, 10 regional parks, more than 727 miles of trail, as well as 61,000 acres of preserved lands acquired through the Jan K. Platt Environmental Lands Acquisition and Protection Program (ELAPP).

Hillsborough County Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department offers boating, bicycling, campsites, canoeing, concerts, cultural happenings, festivals, hiking, horseback riding, meeting facilities, nature study, picnic shelters, swimming, nature programs, and more. Leave life’s daily pressures behind and reconnect with nature and your family at a nearby County park.

Online Parks and Rec. Online Registration Click on the image on the left to build your online profile, and register for programs and services offered by the Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department.

Contact Information
Parks , Recreation and Conservation

601 East Kennedy Boulevard
23rd floor
Tampa, FL 33602

P: 813-635-3500
F: 813-635-3527

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