3939 Ulmerton Rd
Clearwater, FL 33762
Phone: (727) 573-5049
Fax: (727) 573-2805
Eddie C. Moore Softball Complex is named after the Clearwater Bombers' former manager and player. All in all, the complex has 7 fields, 3 for practice and 4 for games, spreading across Drew Street and McMullen Booth Road. An addition, two more softball fields are available further down the road at Vendor Arena near Eisenhower Elementary School. The field is completely equipped with top drawer training facilities and batting tunnels. Basic facilities such as restrooms, benches and concession stands help you spend the day better.
Philip Jones Park is a famous sight among Clearwater locals. This vast space is ideal for family gatherings, picnics and hanging out with friends. Many sports fanatics can be found cheering for their favorite league, as this place also hosts football, hockey and other tournaments. So come by for true source of enjoyment and relaxation.
When it comes to planning an event at a grand venue, you cannot go wrong with Harborview Center. A prime location near the Clearwater airport and surrounding harbor waters and gulf beaches with a spectacular view to be enjoyed by the guests. A spacious ballroom, meeting space, exhibition halls and banquets are available for trade shows, conventions, conferences and other major events. The versatile interiors and creative menu are ideal for any event. Posh accommodations, recreational activities and other entertainment makes this the most sought after place.
The celebrated St. Petersburg Public Library is also famously referred as the Mirror Lake Library. The building efficiently traces the Beaux Arts style of architecture. Apart from comprising an assortment of books and volumes, the library also conducts events on a regular basis.
Located on less than one acre of land, the First Methodist Church of St. Petersburg is a historic church. Built in the late Gothic Revival style, this church is a beauty. The two levels structure with an added tower on one side of the church is beautiful. The arch designs in white on the red structure is stunning and attracts the people from all over to at least visit this place once. The church was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1990.
This Major League Baseball stadium is a classic 84-year-old building in the sunshine city of St. Petersburg. If you want to catch your favorite baseball stars spring training, then head for this stadium with your family. With a total of 6439 seats, including the grass, Progress Energy Park is a well-equipped sports center catering to ardent baseball fanatics. It is the home of Al Lang Field and is named after the 'father of baseball', Al Lang, who used to be a prominent Mayor of St. Petersburg. Other events like band competitions, antique and classic car shows and concerts have also taken place here.
The city of St. Petersburg rests on a peninsula on Florida's west coast, shielding the adjacent Tampa Bay and acting as a breakwater to nearby Tampa. The land was purchased by John C. Williams in 1876, and the terminus of a new rail line was installed by his business partner Peter Demens. Demens won the rights to name the city, selecting the name of his part time hometown in Russia. The relatively inaccessible peninsula was connected to the mainland first by the nation's first scheduled commercial flights in 1914, and soon the Gandy Bridge in 1924. The city is still a popular destination for retirees, with 361 days of sunshine each year.
The Bayview Room in The Mahaffey Theatre is a ballroom venue which hosts a variety of events like pre- and post-show parties. Located at The Progress Energy Center, this facility can be rented for any event. It has all the requirements of a modern venue but retains its elegance and charm. Located in the Progress Energy Center of Arts, there are regular concerts by jazz bands and orchestras. Call the box office for more information on shows and tickets.
When Madeira Beach's Church by the Sea was founded, it quickly gained fame for the beacon placed on the Spanish tower's mast, which was meant, literally, to guide fishermen safely home, and metaphorically, to lead the community towards its spiritual embrace. Today, the widespread popularity of a video game has put this church on the map for all the wrong reasons. Employees of the church are not amused by the moniker 'Chicken Church', so given because the exterior of this place of worship strongly resembles Red Bird from the runaway hit, Angry Birds. No matter when you visit, you are sure to catch flocks of tourists snapping away at this avian wonder.
Bayfront Medical Center is a 502-bed emergency and trauma center located in the downtown area. It has facilities such as air transportation, international services, cardiac center and several scientifically designed rehabilitation programs. With a dedicated team of doctors and paramedics, you are bound to feel fit when you come out.
Streets of St. Petersburg is a street circuit made up of streets in the Downtown area of St. Petersburg. The narrow SouthEast Bayshore Drive, the SouthWest 4th Avenue stretch, and the turns at Beach Street and Central Avenue contribute towards this mile long track. The track is famous for the famed Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. This racing event is one of the biggest in the country and attracts several fans and followers from around the world.
A La Carte Event Pavilion is Tampa Bay's foremost events venue. It is located conveniently near the Tampa Airport. The pavilion has several meeting rooms of varying capacities to suit the event. There are 4 ballrooms, a terrace salon and a large hall that can seat close to 600 people. The center has excellent catering services which complement the elegance of the venue. The pavilion has also been awarded the best events center award by a trade magazine.