Seminole Park

The pavilion in the center of the park

Seminole Park
2900-3rd. Ave. N.

Charles R. Hall, one of the top five real estate developers of early St. Petersburg, originally developed the Historic Kenwood Neighborhood in 1912. He donated one square block(approx. 10 acres) to the City of St. Petersburg to be used as Seminole Park, adding a family atmosphere to his development. This is between Burlington and 3rd. Avenues and 29th. and 30th. Streets.

Historic Kenwood has received two Neighborhood Partnership grants. One was used for street signs and the other was used for the pavilion at right.

For more pictures of the pavillion, click here.

Reservering the park or a pavilion for your event: The city has a permitting process this. Click here.
You can reserve either pavilion. The one in the middle is #1. The smaller green one is #2.

How many of you have seen the new Spectrum/Brighthouse commercial with our pavilion in it? Did you know that our Seminole park is a Brighthouse Wi Fi Hot Spot? Free if you are a Brighthouse customer or pay as you go. All you need is a computer with wireless capability, smartphone, or other wireless device.

Simply log on with your e-mail and password or account password.


Playground Equipment.

Hex-Block sidewalks:


Mature trees: