Holiday Park Neighborhood Association

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Holiday Park Neighborhood Association

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Holiday Park is located in western St.Petersburg in an area commonly referred to as the "Tyrone area".

The nighborhood is conveniently located near the Tyrone commercial district. This commercial district is centered around Tyrone Square Mall, several other shopping centers and major discount retailers including Walmart and Target, specialty stores, such as Best Buy, Office Depot and Barnes and Noble. There are also dozens of restaurants within ten minutes by car.

The Gulf beaches are 15 minutes away and the Northwest Community Center, with a pool, tennis courts, baseball diamonds and playground, offers year-round recreational programs. This complex is located on 40 acres, a short distance away at 60th Street and 22nd Avenue North.

The West St. Petersburg Public Library at St.Petersburg College and the Science Center are located within one mile of the neighborhood.

St. Petersburg General Hospital is immediately to the north of this neighborhood at 38th Avenue and 66th Street North.

While the neighborhood is conveniently located, it is relatively quiet with little through traffic. Area residents range from young families to retirees, including many residents who are the original owners of their homes. The community is enhanced by having Tyrone Middle School within its boundary.

Neighbors see each other while walking, jogging or participating in the community center recreational programs.


Holiday Park is in the Tyrone area, which was originally settled 75 years ago by a group of farmers from Tyrone, Pennsylvania. They came to the area to grow sugarcane and tap the pine trees for sap to make turpentine.

Development of Holiday Park began with Frank Stumm in 1957. Many of the first home buyers were transferred due to job opportunities to the area from out of state. Mr. Stumm built all of the homes in the first phases of development and all of the homes had concrete roofs and garages. In later phases, when other builders began constructing homes in Holiday Park, Mr. Stumm recorded subdivision restrictions to maintain the quality of the homes in the subdivision. Many of the areas best custom builders, including Charles Rutenburg and Bruce Williams Homes, constructed homes in the development.

In a promotion to sell homes in the mid-1960s, Mr. Stumm built several homes on 30th Avenue North near 65th Way which had unique designs to promote sales. One is a round home with a round garage, that remains one of the most unique homes in the area. Mr. Stumm built a clubhouse, swimming pool and a small golf course on the east side of 66th Street between 26th and 30th Avenues North. The clubhouse and swimming pool were acquired by the Elks for use as a lodge. The golf course has been commercially developed.


Most homes are one story ranch style with an attached one or two car garages. Most homes have three or four bedrooms and two baths, and are of concrete block construction.

Each street within the neighborhood has its own character with many curving streets and a wide variety of landscaping and elevations. Home prices range from $200,000 to $350,000.


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HPNA Meeting 9/21/09 at 7:30 pm

The September 2009 HPNA meeting will be Monday, September 21 at 7:30 pm at the Northwest Recreation Center at 5801 22nd Ave N.

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