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Tampa Bay is truly a water lovers paradise.  With hundreds of miles of beautiful seashore, sandy beaches, boating, fishing charters, boat rentals, marinas and more, a vacation on Tampa Bay is sure to please.

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Archibald Beach Park

15100 Gulf Boulevard - St. Pete, FL - (727) 391-7373

This favorite hot spot is often busy on weekends, and has restrooms and restaurants nearby. A favorite for visitors and locals alike, this beach is a fun destination for all beach goers. The sandy beach and the clear water is perfect for what ever it is that your enjoy, whether it be soaking up the sun or going for a swim. 7:00AM-10:00PM

 

Ben T. Davis Beach

7650 Courtney Campbell Causeway - Tampa, FL - (813) 274-8615

Fronting Tampa Bay and offering one of the first sights of sand for those entering Tampa via Tampa International Airport, this narrow beach is attractively landscaped and stretches along the Courtney Campbell Causeway that connects Tampa with Clearwater. 7:30AM-Sunset

 

Caladesi Island State Park Beach

1 Causeway Boulevard - Dunedin, FL - (727) 469-5918

Forget your worries as you take a ferry to this 3-mile beach and explore the natural surroundings on one of the state’s last undeveloped barrier islands. Boaters, birdwatchers, and beachcombers can walk the sandy shore, then head inland to hike a wooded nature trail. 8:00AM-Sunset

 

Clearwater Beach

West end of S.R. 60 - Clearwater Beach, FL

Bring your beach umbrella or rent one; bring your beach chairs, and find your spot on the beach. Then give the kids the boogie boards and beach toys and you're set for the day in the sun on Florida's Beach - one of the top ten beaches in the nation – Clearwater Beach! All beaches are public, and accessible from convenient points, as well as the municipal beach adjacent to Pier 60. Every evening, enjoy Sunsets at Pier 60; and experience live free entertainment, artisans and street performers.  Lifeguards on duty 9:30AM-4:30PM

 

Davis Islands Beach

900 Martinique Avenue - Tampa, FL - (813) 931-2121

Davis Island Beach is a small beach, but most of the area is dedicated to being a dog park. In this dog park, canines can run off-leash. Davis Park also has a picnic area, a canoe launch and boat ramps. The entire park is approximately one acre. There also is a public beach in addition to the dog park. On the public beach there are "No Dogs on the Beach" signs. Dogs are not permitted on Tampa's public beaches. Anchored boats sometimes crowd the beach in front of this sandy spot near downtown Tampa. Daylight Hours

 

Egmont Key State Park

4905 34th Street South - St. Petersburg, FL - (727) 893-2627

Visit Egmont Key State Park and enjoy the most beautiful waters of Tampa Bay. Relaxing and shell collecting along its pristine, palm tree lined, secluded beaches, is a year round favorite activity. Also see a 150-year-old working lighthouse, gun batteries built in 1898 to defend Tampa Bay and 100-year-old brick roads. There is no gift shop on the island, so please remember to bring water, food and sunscreen, when you visit. 8:00AM-Sunset

 

Fort DeSoto Park Beach

3500 Pinellas Bayway South - Tierra Verde, FL - (727) 582-2267

Fort DeSoto is a barrier island and 1,136-acre park. Besides a clean, wide beach with many shore birds, this park boasts two fishing piers, historic fort, and bayside campsites. A paved trail appeals to cyclists and inline skaters. Sunrise-Sunset

 

Fred Howard Park Beach

1700 Sunset Drive - Tarpon Springs, FL - (727) 943-4081

This family beach is best visited on weekdays when it’s not crowded. But even on busy weekends, the gentle waves and clean shoreline make for a pleasant visit. It’s also a popular site for fishing and windsurfing. 7:00AM-Sunset

 

Honeymoon Island Beach State Park

1 Causeway Boulevard - Dunedin, FL - (727) 469-5942

A natural barrier island, this state park boasts four miles of sandy beaches, nature trails and abundant wildlife. Don't be surprised to see an endangered gopher tortoise walking across your path or hear the call of an osprey---or the bark of Fido, who can frolic freely on the dog beach. Honeymoon Island got its name from a Life Magazine contest for newlyweds in 1939; couples won a two-week honeymoon stay on the island. In 2007 Honeymoon Island was Florida's most visited state park. 8:00AM-Sunset

 

Indian Rocks Beach

1700 Gulf Boulevard - Indian Rocks Beach, FL - (727) 595-2517

Many restaurants are within walking distance of this beach, attracting a quieter crowd with gentle shorelines. With more than 20 beach accesses along Gulf Boulevard, you’ll be able to be on the beach quickly. No set hours.

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Johns Pass Beach

129th Avenue along Gulf Boulevard - Madeira Beach, FL - (727) 391-7373

This popular beach borders the waterway pass, so a constant parade of boats and watercraft can be seen on the water. The beach often has riptides, so swimmers have to be careful. But if you would rather sun than swim, it’s a good destination. 7:00AM-10:00PM

 

Madeira Beach

14400 Gulf Boulevard - Madeira Beach, FL - (727) 391-7373

Madeira Beach bills itself as “an island two miles long and a SMILE wide.” One only has to visit Hubbard’s Marina and take a walk along the 1100-foot waterfront boardwalk on the Intracoastal Waterway to see dolphins, pelicans, bald eagles and even an occasional manatee in their environment. A favorite among tourists and locals, this wide, sandy beach is packed on weekends with families, singles, young, and old. 7:00AM-10:00PM

 

Pass-A-Grille Beach

Off Gulf Way, from 1st Avenue to 22nd Avenue - St. Petersburg, FL - (727) 367-2735

Escape to the “no high rise” beach paradise at this land’s end Florida’s beach community. Though officially part of St. Pete Beach, where Gulf Boulevard winds into Pass-a-Grille Way the visitor has a glimpse of “Old Florida.” Four miles of undeveloped public beach along Gulf Way on the Gulf of Mexico wrap around the end of the key to meet Boca Ciega Bay on the harbor side of Pass-a-Grille. Go on a shelling or snorkeling excursion to Shell Key, watch the dolphins play; or enjoy gentle sea breezes on a sunset cruise. No set hours.

 

Picnic Island

7404 Picnic Island Boulevard - Tampa, FL - (813) 274-8615

 Picnic Island Beach is a City Park located in South Tampa along the southern tip of the Westshore District. The park features a beach, canoe & boat launch, picnic areas, pier, grills, playground, shelters (renting for private gatherings), a dog park & much more. A great view of the city and a great place for relaxing on the beach. 7:30AM-Sunset

 

Sand Key Beach

1060 Gulf Boulevard - Clearwater, FL - (727) 588-4852

This park has two distinct areas—a beach and a park. In the park proper are two picnic shelters with grills, a playground, and a restroom. A dog park was added in 2003. Grills, picnic tables, and water fountains are but a few amenities. The beach area boasts cabana rentals, 2 beach wheel-chairs, 9 outdoor shower towers to rinse beach sand off, and two bath houses with separate changing stalls and restrooms. A lifeguard is on duty 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM daily on a seasonal basis from March to September for swimmers enjoying the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. 7:00AM-Sunset

 

St. Pete Beach

All along Gulf Boulevard - St. Pete Beach, FL - (727) 367-2735

The white sandy beaches and calm waters make this beautiful island a popular family destination on weekends. This is home of the famous Don Cesar, this glittering pink palace of Florida's Beach; and St. Pete Beach is also home to many quite a few "Old Florida" motels and inns that new and returning visitors yearn for. From the shops and restaurants along St. Pete Beach, to the longest undeveloped stretch of public beach Pinellas County at Pass-a-Grille, there is something for every visitor to St. Pete Beach.
No set hours.

 

Treasure Island Beach

10400 Gulf Boulevard - Treasure Island, FL - (727) 547-4575

Though this barrier island derives its name from the mysterious rumors of an old Spanish galleon sinking in the nearby waters and it still lies buried offshore, the real treasure here is its beach. This big, wide community beach has better shells than most beaches, but arrive early for the best ones. Claiming to be "the largest white sand beach on the Gulf coast," several accesses along Gulf Blvd. allow visitors entrance to this magnificent shoreline. 7:00AM-Sunset