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Sulphur Springs Park

713 E Bird St, Tampa, Florida 33604
(813) 931-2156


The first place I want to tell you about is not even in Seminole Heights proper.  But it is an oasis: a combination of what is beautiful about the Hillsborough River, civic pride, and a testament to a community efforts to be healthy.

That’s Sulphur Springs Park & Pool.  You’ve driven by it and you may even remember it.  That big gush of water shooting out of the pipe?  Those slides? The promise of manatee visits in December?…  Just this week I was given a tour of the pristine pool and park by Zumba teacher Kristoffer (Kris) Navarro.

Do you know about the Nov 16th Zumba Fest at the Sulphur Springs Pool with food catered by Heights restaurant favorite Ella’sMore info here

The City is seeking historical designation for the park complex after investing in various renovations to the structures and landscape in recent years. The park’s most visually prominent feature is a two-story concrete gazebo, built in the 1920s by Grover Poole for developer Josiah T. Richardson as part of a resort. The gazebo has been restored and is open to the public. The park is bordered to the west by Interstate 275. On the opposite side is River Tower Park, with a 210-foot gothic cement water tower that also was constructed for Richardson’s resort. Sulphur Springs Pool is heated and is open year-round. A glass mosaic by artist Bruce Marsh showcases some of the history of Sulphur Springs.  (Seminole Heights Patch, 2011)

Here’s the specs:

  • 7,300 square feet of surface water
  • lap time
  • swim classes
  • river side park with historic landscape
  • shelters with picnic tables
  • walking trails
  • fishing pier
  • foot bridges crossing the river
  • manatee observation deck
  • playground and ball fields


Resources and More Info on Sulphur Springs

Sulphur Springs Oral History Project.

Sulphur Springs Heritage Trail Self-Guided Tour

Sulphur Springs Museum and Heritage Center

Tampa Bay Times, August 2013 articles

River Tower Park. Tale of the 2003 clean up

Clinic Hours

Monday: 2:30PM – 6:30PM

Tuesday: telehealth only

Wednesday: 11AM – 2PM

Thursday: telehealth only

Friday: 2PM – 5PM

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed



Seminole Heights Community Acupuncture, our staff, and volunteers are members of the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture. POCA is a co-operative run and fueled by co-op members who believe that acupuncture should be available to people: learn more about that here.

We see acupuncture changing lives every day. It’s simple, safe and effective, as well as the most widely used medicine in the world! Last year POCA clinics, about 150 of them in all, gave more than 1 million treatments.

We support the Community Acupuncture movement with our POCA membership and our volunteer hours.

We know that acupuncture can change the world, and would love for you to join us in The Calmest Revolution Ever Staged!

Interested? Help spread access to acupuncture by learning more about POCA.  Click here to join online.  Or drop by Seminole Heights Community Acupuncture to talk with us more about our favorite co-operative, POCA!


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New fees as of June 1, 2022:
😴 Acupuncture $25 - $50, sliding scale
💻 Telehealth $50
🚩 Missed appointment / Late cancellation $25

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