Heritage Park in Largo is comprised of a collection of historic structures. You'll see the McMullen Coachman Log house, a sugar mill, a railroad depot, a school and church, all reflecting the area's pioneer days.
Captain George McKay and his brothers settled along the banks of McKay Creek in 1842. The first commercial area of Largo was developed by Captain John Tomas Lowe in 1859. Lowe's Landing was the center of lumber, cattle, salt, and citrus trading in the area until the railroad came in the 1880's.
During the 50's and 60's, Largo was the largest citrus shipping point in Florida. Disaster struck when a killing freeze wiped out the majority of citrus groves in 1962 and 1963. However, this did not stop the town from flouring. Since the 1980's, Largo's population has grown from 5,000 to over 77,000. Established in 1905, the city is now the 4th largest city in the Tampa Bay Area.
At the Largo Cultural Center you can take in a Broadway quality production, or attend one of their many concerts. Largo Central Park host many events throughout the year including art shows, concerts, and family events.
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