Whether youíre a power shopper looking for high-end specialty boutiques, seeking comfortable accommodations while visiting friends, or out for a night on the town, Pinellas Park, the Gateway area and its neighboring communities have an answer for any shopping purchase, overnight stay and dining preference. The area has commercial and industrial hubs scattered throughout, making shopping, dining and having a good time a simple matter.
Whatís more, Pinellas Park and the Gateway area are home to a diverse blend of locally owned private businesses and national favorites, creating a one-of-a-kind experience and ensuring that the area is always bustling with activity. As the residential areas developed over the years, independent businesses have increased in number and variety to meet the changing needs of the areaís residents.
If the right item canít be found in Pinellas Park and the Gateway area, neighboring communities also offer a wealth of options. Cars, trucks, sporting goods, groceries, books, electronics, clothing, jewelry and just about anything else is available in the immediate Pinellas Park and Gateway area.
Residents and visitors to Pinellas Park can attend a number of city-sponsored entertainment and cultural events, including the annual Country in the Park celebration, Oldies Concert, Harvest Festival, Puerto Rican Patron Saint Festival and more.
In nearby St. Petersburg, The Pier, a popular tourist landmark, features shops, restaurants, and a marine aquarium. Other popular attractions include Tropicana Field, home of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, the areaís Major League Baseball team. Tropicana Field is a 45,360-seat, climate-controlled domed ballpark with all-dirt base paths and artificial turf. Other popular professional sports teams within the immediate area include the 2003 Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the 2004 Stanley Cup champion, Tampa Bay Lightning.
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