History & Map Tampa | Tampa Bay Florida


Tampa got started on 1824 by the united States Army

When they built an out posted called Fort Brooke which was located at what is now Tampa Convention Center. Small groups of early settlers came to Tampa for the protection that Fort Brooke offered from the Seminoles.

Tampa’s Metropolitan area includes Clearwater and St. Petersburg and several other cities.

The counties that make up this 4 million population Metro are Hillsborough, Pinellas, Hernando and Pasco. Some of Tampa’s main zip codes are 33612, 33604, 33603, 33607, 33606, 33605, 33614, 33634 and many other zip codes. Tampa has it’s own airport called Tampa International or for short TPA and is open to the public.

Some of Tampa’s local attractions include a verity of sports teams to name a few are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tampa Bay Lighting and the Tampa Bay Rays. Tampa also has a very entertaining night life this includes channel side, Ybor City and many other local clubs.

Tampa is a huge fishing city and most residents love fishing. With all the areas to go fishing at in Tampa it is hard not to go fishing in this area. Tampa was ranked as one of the best places for outdoor living because of this and many other reasons by Forbes.

Some of Tampa’s hot spots for fishing are the Sky Way Bridge, Gandy Bridge and Tampa Bay. Please see the Clearwater page and the Saint Petersburg Page to find out more about fishing in the Tampa Bay Metro area.

Cities in Hillsborough County Florida that we service

Apollo Beach, Bloomingdale, Brandon, Carrollwood, Citrus Park, East Tampa, Gulf City, Hopewell, Kennedy Hill, Keystone, Lake Magdalene, Leto, Lithia, Lutz, Mango, Midway, Northdale, Nowatney, Palm River, Palma Ceia, Pebble Creek, Pinecrest, Plant City, Port Sutton, Port Tampa, Riverview, South Tampa, Sulphur Springs, Sun City, Sydney, Tampa, Tarpon, Temple Terrace, Valrico, West Park, West Tampa, Westchase, Wimauma, Ybor City

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02/08/2011 |

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