Belleair has always been considered a “green” town; not because of its recycling efforts, but because of its dedication to public parks and “green” spaces. In the Town of Belleair, you can play a game of football, walk along a natural intercoastal bluff, or even have an adventure in a hidden jungle. You never know what you'll find when you step off the beaten path and into a park. 

Belleair's civic-minded leaders and citizens have pioneered land use as well as park and preservation planning. These individuals were responsible for laying the historic foundation for the Town's civic centers, public park spaces and recreation programming. Over time, Belleair invested in land purchases to meet its park needs, and was also fortunate to have property donated by several forward-thinking citizens, who anticipated the need for parks, open space, and community events. 

Wildwood Park Resident Input Survey

Thank you to those who participated in the Wildwood Park survey. The survey closed on April 10, 2023. We will be reviewing the submitted feedback and present ideas soon! If you have any questions, please email Ryan Womack, Public Services Manager, at

Constantly Improving the Quality of Life

It has long been the vision of the Town of Belleair to offer services which improve the quality-of-life for residents and leave a mark on all visitors. Now, we embark on a new vision to make our parks even better! With fresh ideas and new initiatives, the coming years will see a park system that rivals any other. The Town of Belleair invites you to visit our parks. Get out to explore nature and see what adventures await!

Hunter Memorial Park's fountain at sunset with fountain lights shining up on it
A view of Doyle Park that focuses on an oak tree with grassy spaces in the background
A black bench in Fountain Square Park with the rest of the park in the background
A sunset view from the northern tip of Hallett Park overlooking the Clearwater Harbor
A winding path through Nature Park that has a concrete bench along the path part-way through
Oak tree in a circle of red mulch in Winston Park