Pinellas County Beaches
Pinellas County beaches are some of the most gorgeous you’ll find. They’re also rather plentiful. You’ll never need to go far before finding one. In fact, in Pinellas County, beaches include these main areas…
- Indian Rocks,
- Tiki Gardens,
- Indian Shores,
- Redington Shores,
- Redington and North Redington Beach,
- Madeira Beach,
- Belleair Beach,
- Belleair Shore,
- Sand Key
- Clearwater Beach,
- Sunset Beach,
- Treasure Island and
- St. Pete Beach.
These beaches include restroom and shower facilities making them perfect for a fun day in the surf. Plus, in addition to these fine Florida beaches, Pinellas County is also home to three major parks along the Gulf Coast:
Fort De Soto Park – Named America’s Top Beach in 2008 by TripAdvisor, this FL beach (shown at right) is situated at the south end, which includes over seven miles of shoreline.
Sand Key Park – This park is located in central Pinellas County with nearly a half mile of beachfront.
Howard Park – This location sits directly on the Gulf at the north in Tarpon Springs.
These locales provide a long list of amenities like picnicking facilities, fishing opportunities and other interests for both residents and tourists. But even if these locations won’t do, you have a wide range of choices when it comes to Pinellas County beaches. The reason is the county has beach access at 31 parks and 135 public easements. When you add in 12,000 parking spacing available on any given day, you can see why Pinellas County beaches are a favorite for locals and visitors alike.