A giant water tower painted as an open-air cage and containing several native Florida birds in flight is a major landmark in Seminole. Painted by St. Petersburg resident Tom Stovall in 2000, this much-talked-about mural is a colorful example of Florida’s creative side.
With Lake Seminole to the west, the Gulf of Mexico to the east, and Tampa Bay to the south, Seminole is surrounded by water, offering apartment renters here excellent fishing, swimming, and boating in addition to other water sports.
Seminole is located nine miles south of Clearwater and 12 miles east of St. Petersburg in Pinellas County. Shopping, restaurants, and museums are all nearby, and St. Petersburg College has a campus in Seminole. But in this Gulf Coast city, tourism is a major source of income.
Honeymoon Island State Park, Caladesi Island State Park, and Sand Key State Park are all minutes away, offering nature trails, shelling, swimming, snorkeling, and more. Ready to soak up the sun? Rent an apartment in Seminole, Florida.