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Heritage Isles, Tampa, FL

The southeastern portion of Florida has seen a remarkable resurgence in recent years, as tourism numbers have skyrocketed and new residents are discovering the relaxing lifestyle that comes with living in this beautiful part of the country. The neighborhood of Heritage Isles is north of the downtown center of the Tampa Bay area and has been impressively developed over the past several decades to blend the region's beautiful natural scenery with a delightful suburban layout. Those looking for a fresh start or a place to settle down will find plenty to like about a Heritage Isles apartment, which comes with a variety of dynamic perks exclusive to the area.

Explore public parks
Tampa Bay urban planners pride themselves on making great use of the region's natural resources, and that is evidenced in their spectacular public parks that dot the landscape. Those living in a Heritage Isles apartment will be in close range of Flatwoods Wilderness Park. In addition to being one of the area's premier wildlife reserves, the park boasts a seven-mile loop road that goes around the perimeter of the park, as well as picnic and communal spaces.

Recreational attractions
The Tampa Bay area is within close proximity to the amazing beaches of St. Petersburg and Clearwater, but it also features a number of amusement parks and recreational attractions that are ideal for family fun. Busch Gardens Tampa is one of the best amusement parks in the region with a bevy of rides, games, a wildlife exhibit and other amenities that are second to none. Or take a trip to Safari Wilderness Ranch for close-up encounters with herds of exotic wildlife in a 260-acre preserve.

Arts and culture
Those looking to soak up a bit of the arts and history of Tampa Bay will not be disappointed by the city's many cultural offerings. Learn about Tampa Bay's impact on American history and pop culture with a trip to the Tampa Bay History Center, or explore the metropolis' contributions to maritime history at the American Victory Ship Mariners Museum. Last but not least, the Tampa Museum of Art offers an ever-changing selection of traveling exhibitions, as well as a collection of art ranging from antiquity to modern day.

Additional Resources

Public Schools
http://www.sdhc.k12.fl.us/

Electric
http://www.tampaelectric.com/

Water/Sewer
http://www.hillsboroughcounty.org/