The Eureka Springs Conservation Park is a beautiful and peaceful oasis from the rustle and bustle of Tampa. The park was first established in 1938 by botanist and traveler Albert Greensburg as a botanical garden of rare and unusual tropical plants. In 1967, Greensburg donated his prized site to Hillsborough County.
The Eureka Springs park includes a beautiful botanical garden that makes us of 31-acre of natural beauty.
Enjoy the park’s rose garden and orchid room, as well as stroll along walking trails and the boardwalks that wind through a forest of maples, cypresses, and tupelo. The board walk wraps around and takes you near the picnic tables and parking area.
This is a great spot for pictures and a great way to just enjoy nature with the family.
The park also features a greenhouse, picnic tables and shelters, a reservable Eureka Springs party pavilion, and interpretive trails.
- Picnic Shelters
- Room Rental
- Walking Trails
Fee: $2 per car.