Incorporated in 1970, Seminole is a Florida city in Pinellas County with a population of 17,233. Seminole is a growing city that has a lot to offer for those looking for a place to call home. Indian Rocks Beach is to the northwest, Largo is just north, and St. Petersburg is to the southwest, just a short deive away.
One of the things that many enjoy about the city is the “hometown” atmosphere that it provides. The schools have a great reputation, which parents love, and St. Petersburg College even has a campus in Seminole.
One of the popular places for the locals to visit is Lake Seminole Park. The park has place for the kids to play, places for the family to have a picnic, and even a trail for walking. Just relaxing in the park on a warm summer day is a nice activity for the entire family. Seminole’s location is another major factor for its popularity. The town is only a short distance from the other cities in Pinellas County, such as Clearwater and Tampa. Those who work in the larger cities will find that the commute from Seminole is easy, with easy access to 275 straight down Seminole Blvd..
Of course, you can find other popular areas of the state to visit that are just a short drivefrom Seminole as well. Tampa’s Busch Gardens and Adventure Island take only a short time to reach by car. The famed Pinellas beaches are just across the causeway. Orlando and all of its attractions are just about an hour and a half drive.
Homes in Seminole are popular with celebrity athletes as well. MLB players Bobby Wilson and Casey Kotchman have homes in Seminole. The late professional wrestler “Macho Man” Randy Savage had a home in Seminole as well. Seminole homes vary in price and size, making Seminole an ideal place for just about anyone who is looking for a nice place to live in western Florida.
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