Pinellas County, Florida – Lake Freshwater Fishing and Boating

Freshwater Boating on Lakes in Pinellas County:

Pinellas County, Florida  has three popular FRESHWATER public boat docks and boat launching facilities along Lake Tarpon and Lake Seminole for those Pinellas County area residents that enjoy fishing, waterskiing, jet skiing, kayaking, canoeing and more…

About Lake Tarpon: We are blessed to have Lake Tarpon located in Northern Pinellas County. This large popular freshwater lake is 5 miles long and one mile wide and is 8 to 12 feet deep on average so it can handle recreational boating of powerboats, jet skis as well as canoes and kayaks.

About Lake Seminole: This a large freshwater lake is found in the center of Pinellas County – close to the cities of Largo, Seminole and Pinellas Park.

Lake Seminole was actually created in the 1940s and has been used extensively since then for boating, skiing and fishing.

About Pinellas County Freshwater Boating Facilities:

A. L. Anderson Park – located at 39699 US Highway 19 North Tarpon Springs, Florida

  • This 123 acre Pinellas County Park is on Lake Tarpon;
  • Open 24 hours a Day;
  • Restroom Facilities Available;
  • Public Boat Dock & Launching facility;

John Chestnut Sr. Park – located at 2200 East Lake Road Palm Harbor Florida

  • This 255 acre Pinellas County Park is adjacent to Lake Tarpon;
  • Open Sunrise to Sunset – times vary based on seasons;
  • Restroom Facilities Available;
  • Public Boat Dock and Launching Facility;

Lake Seminole Park – located at 10015 Park Boulevard Seminole Florida

  • This 250 acre Pinellas County Park is on Lake Seminole;
  • Open Sunrise to Sunset – times vary based on seasons;
  • Restroom Facilities Available;
  • Public Boat Dock and Launching Facility;

Pinellas County Costs to use Boating Facilities:

Since late 2003 the county implemented a $5 per day Boat Trailer Parking Fee or if you are a frequent boater you may opt for the $100 annual pass. Otherwise the parks are FREE.

There is a Kiosk for you to pay your trailer parking fee.

Fishing in Pinellas County – You need a Florida Fishing License

Did you know that regardless of where you’re fishing or what you’re fishing for you need a license to fish in Florida.

Freshwater or Saltwater Licenses are currently $13.50 for one or $25.50 for a 1 year license for both Freshwater & Saltwater Fishing for Florida Residents. More about Pinellas County Fishing Licenses

Tampa Bay Waterfront Homes – Bring Your Boat

Are you looking to buy a Clearwater Waterfront Condo or Tampa Bay  Lakefront Home for your boat where you can enjoy fishing, yacht cruising and pull your power boat up to your dock out back? Here’s what some of our past clients have to say about how we helped them….

** CLICK ON PHOTOS BELOW TO SEE CLIENT VIDEO TESTIMONIALS **

Buyers tell us that selecting the best Clearwater Beach Real Estate Agent, online or from a distance, can be a challenge. Some of our past clients agreed to share their experiences and tell you why they think you should work with us.

Click on the photos below and meet some of our clients and now friends…we’d love to be YOUR choice too!

 

Want more info, click to Search all Clearwater MLS listings includes all the homes and condos for sale in the Tampa MLS! 

Click to Subscribe to Sandbars to Sunsets and get the Daily Digest by Email

Call us today at (727) 422–8901.

The above information and images are Copyright © 2007 Jack and Cyndee Haydon,  REALTORS and your Clearwater Beach Real Estate Consultants and may not be copied, reproduced, distributed, transmitted, displayed or published. All rights reserved. Plagiarism will be detected and is punishable by law.

Tags: tampa+freshwater+fishing, pinellas+county+freshwater+fishing, lake+tarpon+fishing, lake+seminole+fishing, pinellas+county+public+boat+ramps, tampa+bay+mls, tampa+mls
Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail
View All Fishing Posts

8 Comments

  1. Cyndee- Good information for boating and fishing in Pinellas County. Not something we think about much in the desert but as Winter nears and more people go south it’s good to have the information from a knowledgeable local real estate agent! – Ashley

  2. Tons of fishing and boating in Clearwater… fresh water too, who would have thought that. Great community post by a local real estate pro. Thanks Cyndee!
    Terry McDonald

  3. Clearwater sounds like a fisherman’s paradise! I’m not a boater of fisherman but those pics feel inviting. Great information about Pinellas fishing license requirements and available boat docks and launching facilities.

  4. I’m jealous of all the water you guys have out there! I love boating! I bought my first boat when I was 17. But in Colorado there is so little water, I get very few opportunities.

    Blog is looking great. I noticed that you placed the real estate voices script in the sidebar… I think it’s supposed to go in the single post file so people can vote for that individual post. Is it working in the sidebar?

    I opted against putting it on my site because there are just too many things going on within my site… I didn’t want to further confuse them.

    Have a great weekend!

  5. Lake Tarpon also has picnic shelters and FABULOUS play areas for the kids if they need a break while playing on Lake Tarpon! We love that Lake Seminole offers something for everyone! ~Susie Roscoe~

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.