Located along Old Tampa Bay, the waterfront community of Beach Park is minutes south off Interstate 275. With large homes perched on lush lawns, oak trees dripping with moss, and palm trees swaying in the breeze, Beach Park is a beautiful neighborhood. In addition to water activities like boating and fishing, residents living in Beach Park have access to three parks, including Cypress Point Park, which provides a boardwalk, a canoe dock, hiking trails, playgrounds, picnic areas, a beach, and basketball courts. In addition to a resort-like feel, Beach Park provides fast commutes, located just five miles west of downtown Tampa. When Beach Park locals aren’t busy beachcombing, find them noshing on Italian fare at Maggiano’s Little Italy or American favorites at Essex Restaurant, both neighborhood hotspots. WestShore Plaza, a popular shopping mall. The mall offers a Dick's Sporting Goods, several restaurants, and the AMC WestShore 14 movie theater.