Living in Pinellas Park, Florida:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Pinellas Park, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Pinellas Park what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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My city has a lot of people from varying backgrounds. There are Thai, Mexican, Spanish, Vietnamese, and assorted other restaurants, and many people who speak different languages. Most people move here from New York. It is assumed that a lot of traffic issues are because so many people come here from so many places that all have different laws.

Pinellas Park, Florida, is a vacation destination in Pinellas county. Pinellas Park has many attractions. People can relax at one of the area’s many beaches, or they can enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants. Visitors can also visit a museum. Pinellas Park has something for everyone.

Pinellas Park was previously a farming area, particularly known for their horses. In fact, there are still a few horse stables in the area. It’s not what one would consider glamorous, but it does have charm. You can accidentally come across beautiful trails and little ponds. There are always events happening in town. There are rib fests, festivals, small concert performances. You name it, Pinellas Park has it, albeit to a smaller degree than some of the other neighboring cities.

For those that plan to move to Pinellas Park, the first thing to be wary of is traffic. It can range for miles on end, especially on Park Boulevard where the main big-box stores reside. Pinellas Park is a small city compared to the surrounding ones such as Seminole, Largo, or Clearwater, but it creates a sense of belonging for those who choose to move here. There are carnival events that take place every few months from the churches that are in this city.

Jennie, says: 2020

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