Al Lopez Park
Hours: sunrise to sunset
This park is made up of approximately 132 acres of Florida wildlife, offering an enjoyable view. If it isn't the land that sparks your interest, it will be the ponds. There are two ponds that fall within the boundaries of the park. The northern pond offers fishing, and some have said that the fishing is what sets Al Lopez Park aside from other parks.

Al Lopez Park offers shelter rentals. To check availability of a shelter visit us online at Picnic Shelter Rentals.

4810 N. Himes Ave.
Tampa, FL 33614

Art Studio No Art StudioBall Fields Yes BallFieldsBeach No BeachBoat Ramp No Boat RampCanoe Launch No Canoe Launch
Center Yes Community CenterComputer Lab No Computer LabConcession No ConcessionDog Park Yes Dog ParkFitness Facility No Fitness Facility
Golf No GolfGrills Yes GrillsGymnasium No GymnasiumJogging Yes JoggingPicnic Yes Picnic
Pier Yes PierPlay Courts Yes Play CourtsPlayground Yes PlaygroundPool No PoolRestrooms Yes Restrooms
Shelters Yes SheltersTennis/Raquetball No Tennis RaquetballTrails Yes Trails

The Hunt Community Center is located in Al Lopez Park and is a location for the City of Tampa's The Al Lopez Park Playground replacement project is a unique and creative play experience that offers challenging play opportunities and promotes physical fitness. This community designed project includes an extensive "EVOS" Play Structure - a "gyroscopic" play system that engages children of all ages; an accessible Playshaper play structure for younger and/or limited ability children; two family friendly shade structures with picnic tables; challenging Mobius, Spacenet, and “Rock” climbing structures; and an element unique to Florida - Talking Tot Turf.   The new playground replaces “Playground Mania” a Robert Leathers and Assoc. designed community built playground organized in 1994 by T.A.P.P. the Tampa Area Playground Project.

Achievement, future, community, conservation, development, good health, heritage, nature…It Starts in Parks!