Why you'd want to live in Seminole
The city of Seminole was named after the Seminole Indians who once inhabited the area. It was incorporated as a city in 1970 and borders Madeira Beach, Indian Rocks Beach, St Petersburg, Largo and Pinellas Park, and embraces the lower half of Lake Seminole. Seminole boasts of great schools and a variety of churches, golf courses as well as their very close proximity to many popular beaches. In 2017, a new Seminole City Center which features movie theaters, restaurants and multiple stores was just completed. Lake Seminole Park and Boca Ciega Millennium Park are known for their nature walking trails, and the nearby Heritage Village, is where the history of the area can be seen in the old homes reassembled on the property. These are all places worthy of visiting. For more information, including a calendar of events, visit myseminole.com.