Walsingham Reservoir Boat Ramp

History/Orientation: Walsingham Park is situated on 354 acres, divided by 100-acre Walsingham Lake, one-quarter mile west of the Pinellas Trail. There are entrances on Walsingham Road and on 102nd Avenue North.

Safety & protection for all: Pets and service dogs are welcome--must be on 6' leash and owners are required to clean up after them. An abundance of wildlife roam throughout the park; however, they are protected and may not be hunted, harassed, or fed. Additionally, it is illegal to remove, damage, or destroy plants. Intoxicants, firearms, and swimming are prohibited.

General Information:
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Facilities include: Eight picnic shelters (may be reserved up to one year in advance), grills, picnic tables, water fountains, restrooms, playground, dog park, and a boatlaunch area. The park provides pleasant, relaxing amenities for approximately 700,000 visitors to this park each year.

Features: Five habitat areas have been delineated within the boundaries of Walsingham Park:

1) botanical gardens,

2) pine flatwoods,

3) oak scrub,

4) Walsingham Reservoir with detention ponds, swales and wetlands; and

5) cleared areas.

Visitors picnic and enjoy recreation such as hiking, jogging, cycling, a 6 mile trail, a 10-station fitness area, bird-watching, observing many plant species, fishing an/or boating. (Boating is restricted to rowing, sailing, or electric engines--combustion engines not permitted.) Wildlife includes: snakes, tortoises, turtles, hawks, mottled ducks, herons, wrens, thrashers, warblers; as well as butterflies comprised of swallowtails, sulphurs, gulf fritillary, Carolina satyr, white peacock.

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Walsingham Park

12615 102nd Ave. N.

10601 125th St. N. (mail)

Largo FL 33778

Phone: 727.549.6142

Fax: 727.549.6144





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