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Some of the most popular Pinellas County Beaches

Clearwater Beach is the most popular of all the area’s many beaches. Clearwater Beach offers just about every water and beach activity imaginable. The Clearwater Marine Aquarium on Island Estates cares for and recuperates injured sea life. "Winter the Dolphin" was the subject of a movie called Dolphin Tale.

Sand Key Park is a 90-acre county park featuring a white sandy beach rated among the top 20 beaches in the U.S. located just south of Clearwater Beach.

Maderia Beach is also home to "fish famous" John’s Pass. The John’s Pass Village & Boardwalk offers commercial and charter fishing as well as casino and sightseeing cruises. Fishing is popular from several public piers. Johns Pass is a vital social ground and nursery for bottlenose dolphins.

Treasure Island is one of the widest beaches in the area. Located just south of famous Johns Pass. You'll There are three public boat ramps and a marina.

St. Pete Beach is a barrier island near the southern tip of Pinellas County. Find a wide assortment of water sports including wave runners, scuba diving, fishing, parasailing and more.

Pass-A-Grille Beach
the first established town on Florida’s West coast barrier islands and is a registered National Historic District. The area on the southern tip of St. Pete Beach has no condominiums or "high-rise" buildings.

Fort De Soto Park encompasses 900 unspoiled acres, 7 miles of beaches, 2 fishing piers, biking and skating trails, picnic shelters and camping areas directly on the Gulf of Mexico. A fort built during the Spanish-American War is located on Mullet Key, the largest of the five islands. Fort De Soto is rated one of the top ten best beaches in the US.

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Boating - As a point of interest below there are 3 large barrier islands off the beaten path in Pinellas County that are only accessible by boat or ferry.

Caladesi Island - one of the few remaining large undeveloped barrier islands on Florida’s Gulf Coast near Dunedin. Caladesi is only accessible by boat. The island is ideal for swimming, shelling, fishing, picnics, skin and scuba diving and nature study. The park also has a three-mile nature trail winding through the island’s interior. The park is open daily. A ferry departs rom nearby Honeymoon Island. Docks are available on the island for private boats. A snack bar and shelters are also available

Honeymoon Island - this state park near Dunedin features sunbathing, shelling, swimming, fishing, picnic pavilions, bathhouses and a park concession building. The Caladesi Island ferry departs from Honeymoon Island. Like Caladesi Island, Honeymoon Island is one of the state’s few undisturbed barrier islands. The Island also features two bird observation areas, a pet beach, two nature trails and one of the few remaining south Florida virgin slash pine stands. These large trees serve as important nesting sites for osprey. Honeymoon Island has more than 208 species of plants and a variety of shore birds, including several threatened and endangered species. The Island has a long history considering it is only 7,000 years old. Originally settled by members of the Tocobaga tribe of Native Americans, a wave of explorers, pirates, traders and fisherman came and went. Originally named Sand Island, a successful hog farm changed the island’s moniker to Hog Island in the 1880s. A hurricane in 1921 separated what is now Caladesi Island.

Egmont Key - this 440-acre island at the southernmost tip of the St. Petersburg/Clearwater area is the home of the last government-manned lighthouse (built in 1858) in the United States. Now a wildlife refuge, Egmont Key was a camp for captured Seminole Indians during the Third Seminole war and was a Union Navy base during the Civil War. Several boats offer snorkeling excursions to this island which is accessible only by boat. Visitors can snorkel over grass beds and ruins of two gun batteries from the fort, or enjoy the unspoiled beach.

There are many other small to mid sized islands that are only accessible by boat.  Numerous boat rentals are available throughout the Tampa Bay Florida Area.  Contact us and answer all your questions and we'll run a full search and email you all Tampa Bay Waterfront Real Estate in your criteria. Click Here

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