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Pinellas Park, FL

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The everyday atmosphere in Pinellas Park is on par with the town's small size of only 16 square miles, meaning relaxed and easy. However, the regularity of town-sponsored events and other activities makes it a socially and culturally engaged community. It may be a small town, but it packs a big punch, and its central location in the Pinellas Peninsula also means easy access to all that St. Petersburg, Tampa, and other nearby beach communities offer.

Getting Around in Pinellas Park, FL

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"Car-Dependent"
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The average commuter time in Pinellas Park is:
15 to 19 minutes
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  • Time Range
  • 25 to 29 minutes
  • 30 to 34 minutes
  • 35 to 39 minutes
  • Percentage of workers
  • 3.88%
  • 12.65%
  • 1.29%

Country in the Park

Every month in Pinellas Park offers at least one city-sponsored community event, including festivals, free concerts, arts programs, and trade shows and other exhibitions. County in the Park, a one-day, free festival held annually in March at England Brothers Park, is the crown jewel of Pinellas Park's annual festivals, entertaining residents and drawing visitors from all around for more than two decades. A car show, family-friendly activities a fair-style marketplace, and other events are all part of this summer celebration. Best of all, attendance is free, and nationally known recording artists headline the festival concert each year.

Rapp Brewery

Stop in for a glass of what is on tap, one of 20 craft brews, or plan your visit during one of the brewery's many special events, which include a range of ethnic food shindigs, new brew release parties, and holiday celebrations. Located on the northeast side of town, Rapp Brewery is a hometown favorite that often receives regional press attention as well. A micro-brewery with a cozy atmosphere, Rapp is an excellent spot for a night out on the town or a quick bit to eat, often serving up specially prepared dishes to go with its signature brews.

Seasons Cafe and Bake

If Asian fusion cuisine is a favorite, then Seasons Cafe and Bakery is bound to be as well. Here, you will find a combination of Thai, Laotian, Vietnamese, and other Southeast Asian flavors from which to choose, and there is even a full menu of vegetarian options available. The bahn mi and pad thai are to die for and both pair well with a steaming bowl of pho. A casual eatery with a small but impressive hot menu, signature teas, coffees, and bobas as well as an amazing desert selection, Seasons Cafe and Bakery is ideal for a quick lunch or a relaxed dinner.