For the active family looking to stretch their legs and explore the outdoors, Westshore is a perfect fit. Parks, trails and recreational facilities offer a variety of activities along with convenient spots to relax or have lunch close to the office.
Experience breathtaking waterfront views of Tampa Bay atop the 45-foot-high pedestrian bridge parallel to the Courtney Campbell Causeway. The 10.5-mile Courtney Campbell Trail with amenities connects Hillsborough and Pinellas counties and is a favorite among joggers, bicyclists and outdoor enthusiasts.
Enjoy stunning sunsets, gorgeous beach walks, dunes, beach wildflowers, and fishing opportunities at one of Tampa’s hidden gems. Cypress Point Park features a beautiful beach, nature trails, a playground, 18-hole disc golf course, canoe launch, picnic pavilions, free parking, and a trail with connections to the Courtney Campbell Trail and Skyway Park.
Fronting Tampa Bay and offering one of the first sights of sand for those entering Tampa via Tampa International Airport, Ben T. Davis Beach along the Courtney Campbell Causeway offers paddle boarding, kayaking, bike rentals, a public boat ramp, and picnic areas with grills and concessions.
Located near Tampa International Airport, the scenic, 18-hole Rocky Point Golf Course features a mix of tree-lined fairways and lakes. Grab lunch or enjoy happy hour at The Point Grille clubhouse.
Westshore Alliance is dedicated to beautification efforts that elevate the District. Past enterprises include artist designed traffic signal boxes, colorful street banners and a student art exhibition displayed at the airport. The District’s gateway sculpture is the Kinetic Ring by Catherine Woods, located at the corner of Kennedy Boulevard and Memorial Highway. The most recent art initiative is a street mural painted by local residents and volunteers at the intersection of North Grady Avenue and West Laurel Street.
Recreational complexes offer amenities to keep you active. The popular Loretta Ingraham Recreation Complex features a computer lab, sports courts, gymnasium, playground, swimming pool and fitness center. The Tennis Complex at Hillsborough Community College is a 41-court public facility that sits on 15 acres. It includes 10 clay courts, 13 hard courts, and is home to USTA Florida’s only “10 and under” facility that boasts 18 courts.