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.
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.
|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!
|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
|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
|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.
|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
10490 Gandy Boulevard St. Petersburg Tampa Bay’ s number one paramutual attraction.
St. Petersburg An exotic collection of more than 50,000 tropical plants, birds and animals.
800 2nd Ave. N.E. St. Petersburg A popular 5-story festival market full of shops, dining and entertainment with a water view.
|Konger Coral Sea Aquarium
850 Dodecanese Blvd. Tarpon Springs 120,000 gallon main tank aquarium plus other displays featuring marine life.
510 Dodecanese Blvd. Tarpon Springs A museum, theater and gift shop which captures the history of the sponge industry.