All Recreation in Saint Petersburg

Recreation is an activity of leisure, leisure being discretionary time. The need to do something for recreation is an essential element of human biology and psychology. Recreational activities are often done for enjoyment, amusement, or pleasure and are considered to be fun.

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    Bridgewater

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    Bridgewater Associates is an American investment management firm founded by Ray Dalio in 1975. The firm serves institutional clients including pension funds, endowments, foundations, foreign governments, and central banks.

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    C-Ride Board Shop

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    Our mission is to advance Stand Up Paddle products & activities by offering innovative products and services at affordable prices. Constantly exploring different product designs, testing new materials and prototyping additional features, our products are created using advanced 3D software & rapid prototyping technology, combined with machine & hand-shaped production methods.

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    J W Cate Recreation Center

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    J.W. Cate Recreation Center is a 20,447 sq. ft. facility funded with Penny for Pinellas dollars. The building has a competition size high school style gym, 4 program rooms and a large multi-purpose room, which can be divided into 3 smaller meeting rooms.

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    St Petersburg Shuffleboard Club

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    Start with the court dimensions. 52 feet over all in length, 39 feet from baseline to baseline, and 6 feet wide, Those dimensions were standardized in 1928 when the four-year-old club realized that it was time to end the confusion of rules that varied from club to club across Florida.

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    Canoe Country Outfitters

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    Canoe Country Outfitters was formed in 1946 in Ely, Minnesota, to provide canoe trip outfitting services for Quetico Provincial Park and Superior National Forest and what was to become Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Bill Rom started the business and then sold it to Bob Olson Sr. in 1975.