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There are Many Exciting, Fun Things to Do Around Seminole

12/16/2020 (Permalink)

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Seminole Offers Residents Access to Fine Outdoor and Indoor Entertainments 

Seminole’s prime location near Florida’s Gulf Coast gives its residents access to numerous impressive entertainment options. While many of these, of course, involve the great outdoors, not all of them do. Close to the city are several exceedingly beautiful beaches that offer visitors a wide variety of experiences. Also nearby are quite a few parks and other natural areas where it is possible to bike, hike, kayak, fish, bird-watch, or commune with nature. In addition to all this, there are several cultural offerings, like museums and art galleries, for locals to enjoy. With that said, area shoppers can appreciate the sheer number of exciting shopping options to be found around Seminole.           

The Best Local Beaches and What Each Offers

The Gulf seashore, with its diverse beaches, is a mere five-mile drive from Seminole and is, therefore, within easy reach of those living in the community. Beachgoers of all types can also rest assured that they are likely to find a nearby beach that suits their tastes. Some of the more notable beaches that locals have developed an affinity for are:

Bellaire Beach: Northern waterfront area that is a popular place to kayak and windsurf

Indian Rocks Beach: Quieter beach with fewer tourists, but several excellent restaurants, that is great for relaxing, sunbathing, spending time with family, or boating

Indian Shores Beach: Site of the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary and an excellent place to visit if you are interested in bird-watching

Madeira Beach: Known for its superb fishing, a seafood festival, and a 1,100-foot boardwalk

Treasure Island Beach: A wide white sand beach that is busier than others, with a lot of attractions, hotels, and restaurants, where you can swim, snorkel, parasail, or do any number of other water-related activities

As you can see, the Seminole area has a beach for water sport enthusiasts, those seeking local weekend or holiday fun, families wanting to spend some quality time together, and people in search of a little peace and quiet.   

Picturesque Parks and Other Natural Settings Close to Seminole

Those wanting to partake in other outdoor activities away from the beach can also find what they are looking for within close reach. As an area somewhat removed from the urbanized settings of Tampa and St. Petersburg, Seminole boasts several parks and natural areas. They present residents with a wide array of natural habitats and have multi-use trails, boat launch points, fishing areas, playgrounds, and exercise stations, as well as cool shaded areas for them to use. A few nearby parks and gardens include:

  • Boca Ciega Millennium Park
  • John S. Taylor Park
  • Lake Seminole Park
  • Walsingham Park
  • War Veterans Memorial Park
  • The Florida Botanical Gardens

These natural venues give locals a place to refresh without them having to venture far from home and are available for use year-round.

Cultural Experiences Available Nearby

Not only do Seminole residents have easy access to a multitude of outdoor recreation options, but they are also in a region with countless cultural activities. These cultural opportunities, found across Pinellas County, range from arts center and museum visits to trips to parks with fully preserved pioneer homesteads. Specifically, our part of Florida is home to:

Morean Arts Center:  This nationally recognized center showcases modern and contemporary art, includes a children’s interactive center, and has a glass studio and workshop.

The Dali Museum: A museum with one of the largest collections of famed surrealist Salvador Dali’s artwork

The Florida Holocaust Museum in St. Petersburg: Contains an extensive library and permanent exhibits memorializing the Holocaust with various artifacts.    

Mahaffey Theater: This theater, a part of the Duke Energy Center for the Arts, hosts everything from Broadway-style plays to more contemporary entertainment forms

Downtown Clearwater: A trendy area with numerous retail and dining options that holds a monthly Art Walk and often has live entertainment  

Pinewood Cultural Park: An area inside the Florida Botanical Gardens that encompasses more than twenty acres of preserved historic buildings and grounds from the region’s pioneering past

Each of these activities represents a good day’s worth or more of affordable entertainment and are all within an exceedingly short drive of downtown Seminole.

As you can see, our region is an ideal place to work and live. Residents and visitors can enjoy a host of relaxing natural settings, various exciting outdoor recreations, and numerous culturally enriching activities. However, with all these attractions come increased risks. These risks are largely due to the area’s notorious storm season, and the water damage weather-impacted roofs and drainage systems can potentially cause.      

As your neighbors, SERVPRO of Seminole & Central Gulf Beaches would like to remind you that we are always here and ready to help you with water damage mitigation. Call us anytime at (727) 391-6212 for assistance.

What Makes SERVPRO Better Than Other Local Water Damage Mitigation Services?

Unlike other water damage mitigation services in the Seminole area, SERVPRO has both the expertise and equipment to do most jobs effectively. Our skilled technicians receive extensive industry training and have access to all the cutting edge tools of the water damage mitigation and cleanup trade. Our firm benefits from all of the following:

Technicians educated and certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) in specific fields like applied structural drying, applied microbial remediation, water damage restoration, carpet cleaning, carpet repair & reinstallation, floor care, upholstery & fabric cleaning, and odor control.

High-tech remediation equipment like air movers, Injectidry systems, refrigerant and desiccant dehumidifiers, ultra-low volume and thermal foggers, and a wide array of EPA-approved antimicrobials and deodorants

Local facilities and warehouses that make it possible for us to be onsite within four hours of your call, any time of the day or night, 365 days a year   

Equipped with all of these human and equipment resources, SERVPRO of Seminole & Central Gulf Beaches is in a better position to help you with water damage mitigation than other area services. With that said, contact us anytime at (727) 391-6212 for assistance.

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