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All About Bloomingdale, FL

Around 1850, Bloomingdale was settled by John Carney and John Vickers, among others. The community had a rocky beginning, with John Carney becoming a casualty of the Third Seminole War in 1856. The Bloomingdale School was first founded in 1884, and it became a teacher’s institute thirteen years later, training over fifty teachers at a time from places like Gainesville to the north and Dade County to the south.

A railway was routed through Brandon in 1890, which drew a lot of business away from Bloomingdale. Businessmen like D.J. Galvin, owner of a feed store where Mulrennan Middle School now stands, left to benefit from the railroad. The post office closed in 1910, and the school followed in 1920, students going to Brandon instead, though today, high school students attend Bloomingdale High School. Bloomingdale has been a bedroom community for Tampa since the ‘60s.

Dr. John Cherry DMD Near Bloomingdale, FL

We love serving the people of Bloomingdale and helping them achieve their dental health goals. Whether that means emergency dental care when accidents or injuries happen, something more advanced like dental implants, or even cosmetic treatments to give your smile a pearly white gleam, we look forward to being your partners in lifelong dental health. Check this map if you need directions to our practice.

If you are unsure whether your situation is considered a dental emergency, do not hesitate to contact us anyway. We quickly diagnose and determine the gravity of the problem and treat you according to your emergency needs promptly. Sometimes life happens, and there are just times when dental care is immediately needed. In these times, an emergency dentist like Dr. Cherry is who you need to call.

See What Bloomingdale Has to Offer

In among the lovely neighborhoods of Bloomingdale, a great place to visit if you’re a fan of golf is the Bloomingdale Golfers Club. This is an award-winning golf course in a beautiful setting of towering pine trees, century-old oaks, and the natural marshland. Enjoy the unrivaled scenery while you face the challenge of the course.

If you’re looking for something a little less tamed, the Lithia Springs Conservation Park is a beautiful campsite with wooded trails and diverse plant communities. There are benches and picnic tables, places to fish and play volleyball, a playground, and, best of all, a swimming area with refreshing 72° water all year long thanks to the natural spring that feeds the park.

For a more eccentric outing, you could go to Bury the Hatchet in Brandon and enjoy a wild afternoon of axe-throwing. This Canadian pastime has exploded across the US in recent years, so why not find out what all the fuss is about? We think they deserve a visit just for the excellent pun in their name.