Directions to Trinity College of Florida

Trinity College of Florida is located in the northern Tampa Bay area in Pasco County, Florida.

From Tampa International Airport

Take the Veterans Expressway/Suncoast Parkway (north) (toll road) to State Road 54.  Turn left (west) onto State Road 54 after exiting the Parkway and travel approximately ten minutes.  Turn left (south) at the intersection of State Road 54 and Little Road, and then turn right on Mitchell Blvd. Turn right onto Welbilt Blvd. (entrance to Trinity Oaks Commerce Park).  Trinity College of Florida is just north of the first stop sign after entering the park.  

From I-75

Exit State Road 56 and turn west towards New Port Richey/Tarpon Springs.  State Road 56 will merge with State Road 54.  Continue traveling State Road 54 approximately 35 minutes until arriving at the State Road 54 and Little Road intersection.  Turn left (south) on Little Road.  Turn right on Mitchell Blvd. Turn right onto Welbilt Blvd. (entrance to Trinity Oaks Commerce Park).  Trinity College of Florida is just north of the first stop sign after entering the park.

From Pinellas County

Take McMullen Booth Road/East Lake Road north to Pasco County after crossing Keystone/Tarpon Road, continue past the Chelsea Place Shopping Center (bearing to the right) onto Mitchell Blvd. Turn left onto Welbilt Blvd. (entrance to Trinity Oaks Commerce Park).  Trinity College of Florida is just north of the first stop sign after entering the park.

From Hernando County

Take U.S. Hwy 19 (south) to Pasco County.  Turn left (east) on State Road 54.  Turn right (south) at the intersection of State Road 54 and Little Road, and then right on Mitchell Blvd.  Turn right onto Welbilt Blvd. (entrance to Trinity Oaks Commerce Park).  Trinity College of Florida is just north of the first stop sign after entering the park.



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