There are approximately 3,000 single family residences in the Jungle Terrace Neighborhood. Many of the residential homes were built in the 1950s, featuring single story masonry block style two and three bedroom houses. Fascinating homes from the 1920's and earlier are found throughout the area reflecting area's rich history. Mansions selling for well over two million dollars can be found on the western edge of the neighborhood along Boca Ciega Bay. The neighborhood includes Tyrone Square Mall and much of the Tyrone shopping district. This is one of the most convenient locations in the City of St. Petersburg.
We have easy access to the beaches and I-275 is ten minutes away. Walter Fuller Park features a pool, the Devil Ray's spring training camp, day care and after school care, summer camp programs, tennis and basketball courts, a BMX bike track, the Azalea Youth Soccer League, the Azalea Little League, playground, a walking track and a beautiful lake to observe wildlife. Abercrombe Park features wildlife and nature preserves and the Jungle Prada boat ramp provides easy access to Boca Ciega Bay. The Pinellas Trail traverses the center of our entire neighborhood. Jungle Prada was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and has easy public boat access into Boca Ciega Bay