Located 19 miles west of downtown Tampa. This quaint community of 17,000 people boasts a famous resort, distinctive shops, award winning restaurants & pubs and plenty of family fun.
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This historically rich park bears the name of Count Odet Philippe who introduced citrus culture to Florida.
Philippe Park is 122-acre park that is shaded by large oaks and other hardwood trees. The park offers picnicking, a view of Old Tampa Bay along 1 mile of shoreline, a boat launching facility, fishing, and play areas.
The Safety Harbor Fishing Pier is located just south of the Safety Harbor Spa.
You can fish off the pier, walk and enjoy the view to Tampa Bay form the Marina Park. While you’re there you can take a walk along the Bayshore Linear Park.
Safety Harbor Elementary
Safety Harbor Middle School
Safety Harbor is a city on the west shore of Tampa Bay in Pinellas County, Florida, United States. The area has a rich history dating back to the Spanish Explorers. Hernando de Soto searched for the famed Fountain of Youth in the area in the 1500s, pirates were prolific in the 1700s (the name Safety Harbor originated during this time as a result of interactions with pirates) and Count Odet Philippe is credited with introducing the grapefruit to Florida in the 1800s.