Centrally located, Oldsmar is the Easternmost city in Pinellas County. A smaller municipality, there's approximately 13,626 residents in Oldmar which has a small town center, "Old Florida" style charm. From Oldsmar you can be at Tampa International Airport, Tampa International Airport, Downtown St. Pete or the sandy Gulf of Mexico beaches within 25 minutes.
Oldsmar has many hidden gems in its Parks & Preserves. Many of the Tampa Bay Region residents don't know about the 12 parks and preserves within it's city borders. These parks include: Oldsmar Park, Bi Centennial Park, Canal Park & Sports Complex, Cypress Forest Rec Center & Spraypark, Harbor Palms Nature Park, Mobbly Bayou Preserve, Mobbly Beach Park, Mocassin Creek Park, Richard Rogers Park, RE Olds Park, Sheffield Park & Veterans Memorial Park. The City of Oldsmar contracted with Empower Adventures Tampa Bay to bring 5 zip lines over Mobbly Bay. We've "zipped" here and it's fantastic. An amazing addition to Tampa Bay. Check out the City of Oldsmar Website.
The City of Oldsmar is also an independent water producer with a reverse osmosis water treatment plant providing potable water to all City residents and businesses.