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Madeira Beach has three public beach parks with parking lots along it’s two miles of shoreline.  The parks are: Archibald Park Kitty Stuart Park South Beach Park. Madeira Beach beaches tend to be less crowded, due to the small land size of the town compared to the coastal area.   Parking  Beach parking lots are located

Sunday evenings are a rhythmic affair on the beach in Treasure Island, Florida starting around 6 p.m. until Sunset. When the ‘music’ gets going, dancers of all ages enjoy improvising with the drummers.                         The Drum Circle on the beach at Treasure Island, Florida

Sunset Beach is one of three main beaches in Treasure Island. It is located at the south tip of Treasure Island, and has a 5/10 mile boardwalk which encircles the tip of the island. It’s popular for fishing and just strolling. From the southmost tip one can look across waterway (called Blind Pass) to Upham’s

                            St. Pete Beach is a coastal city, famous for its status as a tourist destination. It sits on a barrier island called Long Key, and is a separate city from St. Petersburg.   Around 1900, St. Petersburg experienced a land boom

                            For an exotic escape, head to Fort De Soto Park. It is located in St. Petersburg – and worth the slightly long-ish drive down! The entire park is food for the soul!   An Award-Winning Beach In 2005, “Dr. Beach,” named

Egmont Key is a Florida State Park and a National Wildlife Refuge.                           The south tip of the island was designated as a wildlife refuge as it is home to several endangered and rare species. As the key is only accessible by boat,

  Clearwater Beach, which is located on a barrier island, is a densely populated community with a resort area and a residential area. The beach has all the beach amenities of a large beach… a playground, a snack bar, beach showers to rinse the sand and salt water off, drinking fountains,restrooms, bicycle racks and nearby parking.

                            Honeymoon Island State Park and neighboring Caladesi Island were originally one barrier island.  In 1921, a major hurricane split them. A ferry may be taken to Caledesi Island from Honeymoon Island (fee is about $15 for adults)   Honeymoon Island State

                                Fred Howard Park
, is a county park, and is located at: 1700 Sunset Dr., 
Tarpon Springs, FL 34689   Almost 2 million visitors enjoy the park annually.   Automated pay stations are installed, with daily parking fees of $5.