Contact Information: (727) 942-5618, 324 East Pine Street. Email: Cityhelp@ctsfl.us
For after hours please contact the Tarpon Springs Police Department (727) 938-2849
Most City Parks open at 7:30 am and close at dusk.
City Splash Park hours are below!
The City does not reserve space at any of its public parks. All shelters are first come, first served.
NOTICE: SPLASH PARK MAINTENANCE CLOSURE
The Splash Park will be closed January 1 – February 23, 2023 for annual winter maintenance. The park will re-open February 24, 2023.
City Park Information:
Craig Park, 5 Beekman Lane: Craig Park consists of 6.8 acres in the heart of Tarpon Springs. The site of the largest Epiphany celebration in North America also features a saltwater boat launch, restrooms, two lighted tennis courts, practice tennis wall, six shuffle board courts, playground, bandshell, picnic tables, benches and scenic walkway around beautiful Spring Bayou.
Live Oak Recreational Complex, 508 Live Oak Street: The Live Oak Recreational Complex features a Splash Park, Kayak Launch, Playground Equipment, Dog Park, Pavilion, Restrooms – all adjacent to North Pinellas Trail Fitness Park for outdoor exercise activities along the Pinellas Trail.
Dog Park, benches, shade sails, sanitation supplies, water sprinklers, bridges, tunnels and separate fenced facilities for small and large dogs.
Kayak Launch, facilities for launching kayaks along the southern bank of the Anclote River. No motorized boats may be launched.
Splash Park, The Splash Park features several types of spray features appropriate for children. Please observe the rules of the Splash Park (download Splash Park Rules here), and observe safe water park use. Absolutely no water balloons are permitted in the park. Capacity is limited to 90.
Splash Park Hours: 10 am – 6 pm Daily – NOTICE: SPLASH PARK MAINTENANCE CLOSURE January 1 – February 23, 2023.
N Pinellas Trail Fitness Park, a beautiful state of the art outdoor fitness park along the Pinellas Trail.
Highland Nature Park, 530 Highland Ave: Playground, Nature Trails, Board Walk, Picnic Tables and Restrooms. 6.95 acres
North Anclote River Nature Park, 55 Old Dixie: Playground, Nature Trails, Fishing Pier, Board Walk, Canoe Launch, Bike Trails, Picnic Tables, Benches and Restrooms. 77 acres.
Richard Ervin Park, 1700 Richard Ervin Pkwy: Lake Tarpon water views, Playground, Pavilion, Picnic Tables
Sunset Beach, 1800 Gulf Road: Playground, Boat Launch, Pavilions, Picnic Tables, Benches, Grills, Volleyball Court, Scenic Platform and Restrooms. 11.3 acres
Sports Fields and Playgrounds
Dorsett Park, 500 E Harrison St: Basketball Courts, Tennis Courts, Playground, Softball Field, Practice Field, Concession Stand, Pavilion, Picnic Tables, Benches, Grills and Restrooms.
Oak Leaf Village Playground, Timber Lane: Playground, Picnic Tables and Benches
Riverside Field, 833 Riverside Dr: Playground, Lighted Sports Fields, Lighted Tennis Courts, Concession Stand, Picnic Tables, Benches and Restrooms. 4.9 acres
Rotary Park, 400 S Banana St: Lighted Softball Field, Picnic Tables and Restrooms
Sisler Field, 711 Meres Blvd: Lighted Softball Fields, Concession Stands, Playground, Batting Cages, Picnic Tables, Benches, Bleachers and Restrooms. 7.5 acres
Sports Complex/Discovery Playground, 150 Jasmine Ave: Lighted Sports Fields, Concession Stands, Playground, Pavilion, Picnic Tables, Benches, Bleachers, Announcers’ Booth and Restrooms. 22.7 acres.
Trentwood Playground, 1104 Windsor Hill Way: Playground
Tarpon Springs Park Lands, Recreation and Open Space Summary:
- 294 acres of active City/County recreation
- 445 acres of passive City/County recreation facilities
- 387 acres of privately owned open space
- Total of all above acreage = 1,126 acres