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Pinellas County Beaches

Clearwater Beach

Clearwater Beach ranked as one of the Top 10 beaches Nationally! With the white sandy beaches, clear blue water, and the warm sunshine it is a more than welcome retreat to the fast paced life of our Country. Offering excellent hospitality and second to none fun there are plenty of things to occupy your time. Whether you choose to visit with family or come with a group for our sensational Spring Break you will have a blast. Meet to the most loved dolphin in the world, Winter who calls Clearwater Marine Aquarium her home and loves to meet new people. Start your night off with a bang at the Pier 60 sunset festivals where the sunset is not the only thing you can enjoy but magic shows, arts and crafts, great food, dancing and live music. Check out the amazing night life with bars and nightclubs lining the shores and the streets. Whatever reason you come and whatever you decide to do you are sure to create memories that last a life time right here on Clearwater Beach.

Indian Rocks Beach

“The Indians are on their way to the rocks”, is believed to be the origination of the name of the beach. Earlier settlers would say this when they saw the native inhabitants headed to a particular rock encircled spring, that was believed by the Indian’s medicine man, to have healing powers. This beach community is very involved with their surroundings and is constantly improving the area with existing and new nature preserves, community gardens, special events and five different public parks. Everything from recreational activities to beautiful pristine sandy shores you guaranteed a warm Florida welcome from this blossoming beach community. Come visit Indian Rocks Beach today!

Madeira Beach

Madeira Beach’s 2.5 miles of white sandy beaches beckons visitors with its warm breezes, cool refreshing waters and colorful sunsets. John’s pass is the heart of this beach and has been since the turn of the century. This little old town fishing village has blossomed into Pinellas Counties #1 tourist attraction with great restaurants, boat & Jet Ski rentals, fishing fleets, many yearly festivals and much more coupled with the fact it is only a hop, skip and a jump right to the sandy shores. Whether you’re in the mood for a stroll down a 1,100 foot boardwalk with beautiful sights or for having a refreshing drink at one of the countless fabulous beach bars and restaurants Madeira Beach is the spot for you! Come visit today!

Treasure Island Beach

This beach doesn’t get its name for no reason. It is one of Tampa bay’s absolute treasures. Treasure Island Beach has some of the best “Hot Spots”, restaurants and hotels around and is a great time for all. With nearly four miles of beach Treasure Island is able to accommodate whatever type of visitor whether they prefer a laid back, toes in the sand while buried in a book type of vacation, or a fast paced night owl looking to bring the party. Head on over to Treasure Island Beach and experience the best of the beach today!

Redington Shores

Redington Shores, though it has grown throughout the years is a great laid back beach community that has pure hospitality, great restaurants and quaint locally owned beach stores along with beautiful accommodations and a great fishing pier. With miles of wide white sandy beaches and stunning sunsets, Redington Shores summons your soul and calls for relaxation. These beaches offer plenty of activities and beautiful sights to fill any vacationer’s day. From water sports to golf, this beach will have whatever you desire to do while you visit. Beware, most that come to visit this beach often end up staying!

St. Pete Beach

One of Florida’s Top Destinations, St. Pete beach is famous not only for its beaches but for the beautiful resorts and award winning/historical locations. The dining and bar scene is iconic as well as the hotels and resorts on this beach, ranging from casual to gourmet with the best beach front locations available including the beautiful Don Cesar and the laid back beach bar, Undertow. There are so many things to fill your warm sunny days and cool breezy nights whether you prefer to investigate old forts, sink your toes in the sand while you bury yourself in a book, take a peaceful sunset cruise or let the nightlife whisk you away; St. Pete Beach is the place for you. Your imagination can only take you so far…come experience it.

Pinellas County Facts

43 Golf Courses 1059 Tennis Courts 2865 shuffle board courts More than 17,852,361 visitors to Pinellas County Parks in FY06 3,638 miles of sidewalks countywide; 1,072 miles of sidewalks in unincorporated neighborhoods 469 signalized intersections 50 miles of recreational trails—Pinellas Trail and Friendship Trail Bridge – largest in eastern US (plus 9 miles of ancillary trail spurs.) 1164 commercial vessels registered in Pinellas County; 56,695 boats overall (2005) The highest natural point in Pinellas County is 110 Ft. NGVD, and located north and east of the intersection of State Rd. 580 and Countryside Blvd. Aviation history is made in Pinellas County as Tony Jannus pilots the world’s first scheduled airline flight from St. Petersburg to Tampa. The Young Rainey “STAR” center (Scientific Technology and Research Center) is the first and only Department of Energy plant in the nation to be transitioned from nuclear weapons production to a commercially viable high tech center. IN ONE DAY, Commercial fisherman haul in 82,000 pounds of fish (5,345,683/yr), 1,769 pounds of crabs, clams and lobsters (645,694/yr) and 2,128 pounds of shrimp (776,732/yr) (SOURCE: Florida Wildlife Commission)

Pinellas County Cities & Towns

Pinellas County Cities Belleair Belleair Beach Belleair Bluffs Belleair Shore Clearwater Dunedin Gulfport Indian Rocks Beach Indian Shores Kenneth City Largo Madeira Beach North Redington Beach Oldsmar Pinellas Park Redington Beach Redington Shores Safety Harbor St Pete Beach St Petersburg Seminole South Pasadena Tarpon Springs Treasure Island