Parks and Recreation

To preserve, protect, maintain and enhance the city's parklands and recreational facilities and engage people in leisure activities that contribute to their quality of life.

Americans With Disabilities Act

A.D.A.

The Americans with Disabilities Act (A.D.A.) guarantees equal opportunity for individuals with disabilities. If you require special accommodations such as sign language interpreters, taped/braille materials, readers, or accessible transportation, please make request at least one week prior to the activity or program. People with hearing disabilities, may use Florida Relay Service 1-800-955-8771.

St. Petersburg Parks and Recreation has a team of staff members dedicated to Therapeutic Recreation. This division focuses on recreational activities for persons with physical, sensory and intellectual disabilities.

CAPI supports recreation for persons with disabilities. Below are some of the resources available to allow for inclusion and enjoyment of the recreational activities in the area.

Handcrank bikes and Tandem bicycles are available for rental by contacting the Therapeutic Recreation Office.

Beach Wheelchairs are available for use at St. Petersburg's Treasure Island Municipal Beach and at North Shore Pool. Arrange for use at other locations through the Therapeutic Recreation office, 893-7899.

The City of St. Petersburg swimming pools have been adapted to meet the needs of our disabled community. Please note to check with the Aquatics division for hours of operation and entrance fees: Pools

CAPI has supported the renovation of Dell Holmes Park. This park offers an all-inclusive playground, accessible fitness trails and more. Dell Holmes Park

The City of St. Petersburg is home to some of the best municipal golf courses in the nation. To help persons with mobility impairments enjoy the sport, CAPI has supported an adapted golf cart. Please call in advance to reserve the cart. Golf Courses

At Your Leisure Magazine

Our annual magazine that features recreation activities and things to do at over 150 parks and arts & culture venues in St. Petersburg, Florida.

At Your Leisure Magazine