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Downtown by the river

Tampa, Florida, USA

Downtown by the river

Length4.6 mi
Elev. Gain144.3 ft
Est. Steps11000


Scenic views

City walk

Quiet place



Created by Ej
Downtown by the river is a 4.6 mile (11,000-step) route located near Tampa, Florida, USA. This route has an elevation gain of about 144.3 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park

Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park is an 8 acres (3.2 ha) public park located along the Hillsborough river in downtown Tampa, Florida that opened in its current configuration in 2010. It is adjacent to the Tampa Riverwalk, Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, Tampa Museum of Art, Glazer Children's Museum, and Rivergate Tower.

Garrison Channel

The Garrison Channel is one of several channels for boat traffic in and around the Port of Tampa in the City of Tampa, Florida. The Garrison Channel is anchored by the Channelside District on the East, leads to the Ybor and Sparkman Channel and by the Tampa Convention Center on its westside. It also leads itself to the Hillsborough River.

Tampa Riverwalk

Tourist Attraction
Tampa Riverwalk is a 2.6-mile-long (4.2 km) open space and pedestrian trail development along the Hillsborough River in Tampa, Florida. The downtown Tampa portion runs alongside the Tampa Arts District and allows access to Curtis Hixon Park, MacDill Park, Tampa Museum of Art, Glazer Children's Museum, Rivergate Tower, and adjacent atrium containing the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts.

Tampa Marriott Waterside

Tourist Attraction
Tampa Marriott Waterside is a 326-foot (99 m) high rise hotel in Tampa, Florida near the Tampa Convention Center It was completed in 2000 and has 27 floors with 750 rooms and 50,000 square feet (4,600 m2) of meeting space. It is the city's largest hotel and the 12th tallest in Tampa.

Amalie Arena

Amalie Arena is an arena in Tampa, Florida that has been used for ice hockey, basketball, arena football games, and concerts. It is home to the Tampa Bay Lightning of the National Hockey League.The building was originally known as the Ice Palace. In August 2002, the building's naming rights were sold to the St.

100 North Tampa

100 North Tampa, formerly known as the Regions Building and the AmSouth Building, is a skyscraper in Tampa, Florida, USA. Rising to a height of 579 feet (176 m) and 42 floors in Downtown Tampa, the structure currently stands as the tallest building in Tampa and the fifteenth-tallest building in Florida.

Bank of America Plaza (Tampa)

The Bank of America Plaza is a 42-story skyscraper located in Downtown Tampa, in the U.S. state of Florida, and was completed in 1986. At 175.87 m (577.0 ft), it surpassed One Tampa City Center as the tallest building in Tampa, until completion of 100 North Tampa in 1992. The structure was originally known as Barnett Plaza.

Curtis Hixon Hall

Curtis Hixon Hall was an indoor sports arena, convention center, concert venue, and special events center which was located at 600 Ashley Drive along the Hillsborough River in downtown Tampa, Florida. It opened in 1965, and was the primary concert, indoor sports, and civic gathering place for the city of Tampa for about twenty years.

Battle of Tampa

The Battle of Tampa, also known as the "Yankee Outrage at Tampa", was a minor engagement of the American Civil War fought June 30 – July 1, 1862, between the United States Navy and a Confederate artillery company charged with protecting the port of Tampa, a small but notable trade hub for the Confederacy, now facing a full-scale Union naval blockade along the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts.

Dick Greco Plaza

Dick Greco Plaza is a HARTline transit center located in the southern end of downtown Tampa across from the Marriott Waterside and the Tampa Convention Center. It was the former terminal station for the TECO Line Streetcar System until the opening of the Whiting street station. It still serves as the terminating point for the In-Town Trolley routes.
Route Details


4.6 mi

Elev. Gain

144.3 ft

Est. Steps

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