Visit the best-preserved American Indian mound in Tampa Bay

Q: When are the tours?

A: Tours are at 11:30 and 2:30, Wednesday through Sunday.

Q: How do I get there?

A: The parking address is 1700 Park St N, St Petersburg, FL 33710. Look for the concrete marker for the Narvaez landing along Park Street.

Q: Do I need a reservation?

A: Reservations are recommended. Be sure to check the home page of this website for any special announcements and blackout dates.

Q: How do I make a reservation?

A: Call 727-430-2677 or email discoverfloridatours@gmail.com. You can also book a tour on Facebook.

Q: How early should I get there?

A: We open the gate 30 minutes before the start of each tour. Please make sure to arrive at least 10 minutes before the tour starts.

Q: Can I walk through the site without taking a tour?

A: No. The portion of the Jungle Prada site that we tour is on private property. It is not open to the general public except for the tours.

Q: Isn’t that place a park?

A: Jungle Prada de Narvaez park is a City of St Petersburg park located NEXT to the private property where we conduct the tours. The city park is open to the public from dawn until dusk.

Q: What will I see on the tour?

A: A beautiful seaside garden, the best-preserved American Indian mound in the Tampa Bay area, and plenty of peacocks! You’ll see 1,000-year-old artifacts in our museum and much more.

Q: Is the site wheelchair accessible?

A: The site is mostly wheelchair accessible. The only part that isn’t is the Tocobaga mound. It is optional for guests to walk the stone path that leads up to the top of the mound.