Aerial of Riverfont Park

Cotanchobee Fort Brooke Park

Waterfront park located along Garrison Channel in downtown Tampa. The 4.5-acre park includes playground equipment and a pier, as well as a memorial to the Seminole Indian Wars.

601 Old Water Street
Tampa, FL 33602

Park Hours:
7:00 am to 10:00 pm

GPS Coordinates:

Phone Numbers:
(813) 274-8615 - Park Administration
(813) 259-1604 - Boat Slip Day
(813) 931-2167 - Boat Slip After Hours


Heroes Plaza

Heroes Plaza honors all of those veterans who have served in all of our wars, as well as the police, fire, and emergency responders who have lost their lives in the line of duty.

Boat Slips

Maximum stay of 72 hours. Day phone: (813) 259-1604. After hours: (813) 931-2167. Docks are monitored hourly.

Playground and Splash Pad

The playground offers a children’s play area with equipment for children ages 2 years old to 12 years old. Shaded play structures and seating areas will allow children and parents to enjoy the park even on hot summer days.


Run, walk, bike, or skate along the well-lit Riverwalk. The last stop of the Riverwalk ends here at Cotanchobee Park near the Tampa Bay History Center and Columbia Café.

Overlook and Canoe Launch

Connect with nature on the scenic overlook that extends out over the mangroves and over the water. A connecting canoe launch is perfect for small watercraft.

Cenotaph and Ceremonial Space

This is a space for reflection. This stainless steel and bronze sculpture was created by Native-American artist, Bob Haozous and was erected in honor of the dead whose remains lie elsewhere.

Art & Cultural Affairs

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Cotanchobee Photo Gallery