The Gulf Beach area provides many fun things to do…besides enjoying some of the world’s finest beaches. This list is provided as a basic guide for your convenience and we make no recommendations. Busch Gardens is located off I-275 just norht of Tampa and the Gasparilla Festival is a once-a-year event sometime around February.

Map of Gulf Beaches, FL US





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Clearwater
Celebration Station
24546 US 19 N. Clearwater Family-oriented entertainment complex featuring rides, games and much more.
Moccasin Lake Nature Park
2750 Park Trail Lane Clearwater Experience the way native Florida used to be, as well as learn about environmental and alternative enery education.
Clearwater Beach
Capt. Memo’s Pirate Cruises
Clearwater Marina Clearwater Beach Two hour day and evening cruises. See Clearwater Beach from Florida’s intercoastal waterway and the Gulf of Mexico.
Clearwater Marine Aquarium
Island Estates Clearwater Beach Live and model displays of area marine life, including dolphins, sea turtles and much more.
Sunsets at Pier 60 Clearwater Beach
Celebrate the Sunset! Join us two hours before to two hours after the sunset each day.
Indian Rocks Beach
Beach Art Center
15th at Bay Palm Indian Rocks Beach Clsses in all media, gallery and gift shop, hanging art for sale
T-Kat Fishing Charters
Indian Rocks Beach 31 ft. sport fisherman, live bait, deep sea fishing with over 30 years of experience. no-fish-no-pay!
Indian Shores
Nature Refuge Park
just east of Park Blvd. bridge on Intercoastal Indian Shores trail, fishing, picnic, rest rooms
Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary
18328 Gulf Blvd. Indian Shores
Largo
Gulf Coast Museum of Art
12211 Walsingham Dr. Largo nominal admission charged, free to members and children under 6
Largo Golf Course
12500 131st St. Largo Par 62 executive, pro shop, snack bar, electric carts
Madeira Beach
Hubbards Sea Adventures
150 John’s Pass Boardwalk Madeira Beach Fun narrated tours daily. Dolphin watching cruises, and beach BBQ trips to Shell Island and Egmont Key.
Mullet Key
Fort De Soto Park
Historic Fort and Natural Beach Park Mullet Key
St. Pete Beach
Shell Key Shuttle
Merry Peir – 801 Pass-A-Grille Way St. Pete Beach
St. Petersburg
Derby Lanes
10490 Gandy Boulevard St. Petersburg Tampa Bay’ s number one paramutual attraction.
Sunken Gardens
St. Petersburg An exotic collection of more than 50,000 tropical plants, birds and animals.
The Pier
800 2nd Ave. N.E. St. Petersburg A popular 5-story festival market full of shops, dining and entertainment with a water view.
Tarpon Springs
Konger Coral Sea Aquarium
850 Dodecanese Blvd. Tarpon Springs 120,000 gallon main tank aquarium plus other displays featuring marine life.
Spongeorama
510 Dodecanese Blvd. Tarpon Springs A museum, theater and gift shop which captures the history of the sponge industry.


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