The staff of Hillsborough County's Conservation Parks (Regional Parks) and Nature Preserves is continuing the effort to get all of the parks and preserves re-opened after Hurricane Irma. Several parks and preserves will open Monday, September 18 and more will open Tuesday, September 19. All other Hillsborough County Conservation Parks and Natures Preserves will remain closed until further notice. Please continue checking back here for more updates. You may also call our administrative offices for more information, (813) 987-6240 or (813) 672-7876.
View our Park Closures page for the latest updates on all of the openings and closings for parks and nature preserves.
Whether you’re looking to escape the city crowds or just find a place to stretch your legs or your imagination, Hillsborough County has hundreds of parks waiting for you. You could canoe down the Alafia River alongside wildlife, take a long hike through Trout Creek Wilderness Park, or just have a stroll nearby in your neighborhood.