Euclid St. Paul's
Euclid St. Paul is a residential community in St. Petersburg. A former orange grove, the neighborhood started to develop in the 1920s and features a variety of architectural styles. Residents can join the active homeowners' association and will find neighbors are very social and enjoy porch parties, bike crawls, and a variety of social outings together. Halloween is a big deal in Euclid St. Paul due to the annual Haunted Hike, which is a family-friendly event that includes spooky stories, side shows, and a fundraiser. Crescent Lake Park is less than a mile away. The park is surrounded by beautiful banyan trees and is a popular destination for a variety of activities. Bring a blanket or enjoy Healthy St. Pete's Free Yoga in the Park. You will also find a playground, dog park, the TASCO's Center for Teen Technology, recreation trails and Huggins-Stengel Sports Complex at this park. Sunken Gardens and St. Pete Shuffleboard Club are each about one mile away from Euclid St. Paul, and nearby restaurants on 4th St. and 9th St., like Three Birds Tavern, Fourth Street Shrimp Store, and Hook’s Sushi are about a mile away. If you're up to it, hop on your bike and head on down to see what's going on in the 'Burg. If you don't have your own bike, walk about two miles to 400 Beach Tavern where you will find a Social Bike rental station. Spend the day pedaling around town and burn some serious calories for the day. The closest beaches, Treasure Island and St. Pete Beach, are each less than 10 miles away.