Our 40-acre Natural Habitat Park on the Seminole Campus supports the Environmental Science Technology and Parks and offers recreation opportunities for the community.
Developed on land SPC acquired in 1969, the Natural Habitat Park was constructed using an
environmentally sensitive construction system designed to
protect the fragile ecosystems. Developed in collaboration with
the City of Seminole, phase one of the project was primarily funded
with a Department of Housing and Urban Development Grant. Future projects include extended trails, an environmental classroom building and a possible spur to the Pinellas Trail.
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