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Broderick Park

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Other Link Contact the Parks & Recreation Division to reserve a pavilion.

Features

  1. (2) Basketball Hoops
  2. (2) Billiard Tables
  3. (2) Bumper Pool Tables
  4. 1/4 - mile paved Fitness Trail
  5. 10 Computer Stations
  6. Adjacent to Broderick Recreation Center
  7. Air Hockey
  8. Baseball / Softball Diamond
  9. Basketball Court (Bankshot)
  10. Basketball Court (Standard)
  11. Cardio Bike
  12. Classroom Space
  13. Dog Park coming in 2018
  14. Educational Game Software for Children
  15. Elliptical Trainer
  16. Free Weights
  17. Grill
  18. Internet
  19. Kitchen
  20. Multipurpose Courts
  21. Pavilion
  22. Ping Pong
  23. Playground
  24. Popular Software Applications
  25. Restrooms
  26. Targeted Weight Machines
  27. Tennis Court
  28. Treadmills
  29. Two Printers
  30. Video Games
  31. Volleyball
  32. Walking Track
In addition, a wide variety of programs and classes for all ages are available through contracted providers for nominal fees.  These include Cheerleading, Martial Arts, Dance and Zumba.

Broderick Summer Fun Camp is offered each year for children ages 6-12.  The Fun Camp offers a wide variety of field trips, arts and crafts, special events, sports, indoor and outdoor play, and many other activities.  Fun Campers receive a lunch and snack daily through the Federal School Food Program 8 out of the 10 summer weeks.

History

Stanley and Doris Broderick arrived in Pinellas Park in 1945. The total population was 600 and were among the first 200 homes in Pinellas Park to receive water service and received a free water meter.
   Doris and Stanley were at one time the city's largest land development company. Stanley and Doris were founders of the Little League Baseball in Pinellas County and were both active in developing program and the ball fields in Pinellas Park.

   In December 1982, Doris Broderick deeded 3.80 acres of land at 6755 62nd Street  over to the City of Pinellas Park. The land was developed through  a Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant, and named the Stanley and Doris Broderick Park. The city purchased additional acreage abutting the original section of the park in May 1988, expanding the size of the park to 10.66 acres.

   In 1983 Doris was named a Pinellas Park Achiever for her work and dedication for encouraging the growth and prosperity of the city. In 1988 she was chosen as Pinellas Park Citizen of the year for her lifelong involvement with the city and its youth activities.