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The City of Seminole is a suburban community circling the shores of Lake Seminole, the second largest lake in Pinellas County. Seminole is known for great schools, youth athletics, family-friendly parks, playgrounds and trails. The area has a large, diverse housing market plus its quieter, relaxed culture makes it a great spot to raise a family, while still enjoying easy access to both downtown St. Pete and the beaches.

In fact, the renowned Indian Rocks and Belleair beaches, lined with plenty of fun bars and eateries, are just around the corner. There are also excellent shops and cultural attractions nearby, like Tyrone’s shopping complexes and the Heritage Museum. Lake Seminole Park is definitely the city’s largest attraction, stretching 250 acres along the lake’s eastern edge, and it’s a favorite spot for boating, waterskiing, jetskiing, hiking, and fishing. The City of Seminole also regularly sponsors family-friendly events like Winterfest and the annual Pow Wow Festival and Parade.

Seminole 2Seminole’s central location makes for an easy commute to Clearwater, St. Pete, Tampa and the beaches, mostly via the Park Boulevard corridor. Cyclists will enjoy the Pinellas Trail, a wide paved trail on a former rail bed extending from St. Petersburg to Tarpon Springs. And it’s not just for leisure – ambitious commuters can cycle right into downtown St. Pete.

Homes range from single-family to town homes and larger homes with big yards, and the area’s cost of living is 4% below the national average. Seminole is safe and friendly, and you’ll notice a great sense of community as residents enjoy evening and early morning walks. It’s also home to great schools like the well-regarded Seminole High School, as well as a campus of St. Petersburg College, which hosts regular arts and music events.

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