Pinellas Park is in Florida. The city has some heavy industry and is home to a large variety of ethnic restaurants and businesses. The city is home to a variety of groups that have immigrated from all over the world.
Pinellas Park, incorporated in 1914, is in south-central Pinellas County. It is just northwest of St. Petersburg (Florida). As of 2015 it had a population of 49,079 persons.
The public bus system, Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA), operates buses that travel throughout Pinellas County. This is one way to enter Pinellas Park from another location in the county. The city can also be accessed by private vehicle or taxi.
The Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority buses make various stops in Pinellas Park.
- 1 Wagon Wheel Flea Market, 7801 Park Blvd. (From Tampa take Gandy Blvd and cross US 19. Gandy becomes Park Blvd.), ☏ . Sa Su 8AM - 4PM; not open during weekdays. About half of the approximately 1,500 to 2,000 vendor booths are under open-sided metal-roofed buildings. With numerous fans installed in the ceilings ventilation is remarkably tolerable. Mustang Flea Market, directly west of Wagon Wheel, is considerably smaller with some of it under canvas awnings. Mustang is run by Wagon Wheel and is open Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday 7AM to 2PM. Varies from very inexpensive to expensive.
- 2 [dead link] MD Oriental Market, 7580 49th St N (In strip mall on northwest corner of Park Blvd and North 49th St), ☏ , ✉ firstname.lastname@example.org. M-Sa 8:30AM - 9PM; Su 8:30AM - 8PM. Asian supermarket. Extremely clean with a large variety of canned goods, frozen foods, fresh produce, dry foods and fresh meats and fish. This shop also has locations in Brandon and Tampa. Moderately priced.
|Routes through Pinellas Park|
|Atlanta ← Largo ←||N S||→ Saint Petersburg → Bradenton|