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I've been going to John Chestnut Sr. park for many years. I still call it "Brooker Creek" park because I hate the fact that they changed the name. Nothing against John Chestnut...I don't even know he is...a deceased county commissioner, I think.
Anyway, it's a...More
This is my favorite park and it’s close to where I live. It’s situated on Lake Tarpon. There is a wonderful walking trail through the park. You may encounter alligators in the lake and water around the park. Be aware and stay on the path...More
As the title of my review states, there are MANY deer in this "city" park. Up until I visited this park, I was never able to get this close to deer before, despite living in Florida all my life. Being able to see these beautiful...More
First, I must thank those who decided this beautiful and natural land would stay out of the hands of developers. Lord knows it is prime real estate today. Secondly, we get to enjoy and escape to this peaceful park in the midst of suburbia via...More
This bar has lots of beautiful trails Through the Jungle type Wilderness where you will see alligators in the wild, families of deer up close. there are lots of squirrels that can be very aggressive if you were having a picnic which made me a...More
I’ve been visiting this park since it was still called Brooker Creek Park and you could still swim in Lake Tarpon. When I was in college, I used to bring my books out here to study on days when the temperature was comfortable. When my...More
Took my family which consists of three adult children and 4 of my grandbabies I call my G- kids. got there early around 8am and we're grabbed (1st come 1st served) a covered picnic patio. 4 huge benches and a charcoal grill. Rented a pontoon...More
There is so much to do at this park. Playground for the kids, baseball field. Boat dock for those who want to launch their boats. Picnic areas can even view deer if you are lucky! There is a wonderful boardwalk as well to view nature...More
This park is a wonderful part to meditate and commune with nature. It is great place for families, whether it is for walking, biking, and Recreation. They have boat launch areas, canoe launch areas, and playgrounds. There is fun for everyone.
Frequent often, very relaxing for biking or walking. Love to bring the dogs to the dog park. There are two. One for larger dogs and one for smaller dogs. Also has several playgrounds to choose from any many areas you can reserve in advance for...More