Sweet Florida Beach Towns
Redington Shores and North Redington Beach are small towns that are close to all of the area’s great attractions. These beach communities don’t get as much attention as their famous neighbors—perfect chance to get a little off the beaten path, then.
In Redington Shores, you’ll find wide, white-sand beaches, abundant fishing, boating, parks and plentiful wildlife. Come watch the sunrise over Boca Ciega Bay, and later, enjoy the sunset over the Gulf of Mexico. Go shelling along the shoreline, or check out the well-known Redington Long Pier, a 1,200-plus-foot-long haven for fishermen, sightseers and seabirds including pelicans, herons and terns. Two playground areas and two tennis courts are nice kid-friendly havens used by visitors and locals alike.
North Redington Beach provides a relaxing escape with its slow and friendly pace. Nearly a mile of beautiful beach slopes gently into the Gulf of Mexico. Although a quieter area, North Redington Beach’s central location means that museums, art galleries and boutiques are not far from your home base.