Town N Country Trail Map

Town N Country Trail Map, updated 6/4/18, 1:16 PM

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The Town N' Country Nature Preserve is located in the Town N' Country area north of Alonso High School. This preserve is home to pine flatwoods, freshwater marshes, and hardwood swamps. 

Parking for day use hiking in the preserve is at the Memorial Trailhead of the Upper Tampa Bay Trail, 7499 Montague Street in Tampa. Please note that this facility is south of the school, not directly in front of the preserve gate, and there is a fee to park at this location. Horse trailer parking for the Upper Tampa Bay Trail is at Channel Park, 9201 W. Waters Ave. in Tampa. There is a walk-through entrance at 8304 Montague Street from the Upper Tampa Bay Trail to a one-mile hiking spur.

The Friends of the County Parks, established in 1988, is a group of concerned citizens joining together to promote financial and community support to the Hillsborough County Parks, Recreation, and Conservation Department. They develop public awareness of recreation as an important part of day-to-day life. 

Funds provided by The Friends of the County Parks are used as a supplement to the Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department budget and does not replace allocated tax dollars. These additional funds helps maintain, improve, and enhance services provided by the Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department. The Friends of the County Parks enjoys a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit exemption status.

Friends of the County Parks meetings are held first Thursday of each month. For more information please call the administrative office at 813-744-5595.

Board Members: 
Pete Fowler, President
Jan Smith, Vice President
David Braun, Vice President
Katherine Tabor, Treasurer

About Friends of County Parks

The Friends of the County Parks, established in 1988, is a group of concerned citizens joining together to promote financial and community support to the Hillsborough County Parks, Recreation, and Conservation Department. They develop public awareness of recreation as an important part of day-to-day life. 

Funds provided by The Friends of the County Parks are used as a supplement to the Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department budget and does not replace allocated tax dollars. These additional funds helps maintain, improve, and enhance services provided by the Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department. The Friends of the County Parks enjoys a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit exemption status.

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