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Learn about Tampa Bay Beaches and plan your next beach vacation today with our comprehensive list of beaches in the Tampa-St. Pete/Clearwater area.

 
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Sand Key Park
Lay of the Land: Showcasing a hefty, sandy beach with plentiful parking, Sand Key Park has all the amenities needed for a great family outing with ... more >>
Egmont Key State Park
Now a wildlife refuge, Egmont Key is a natural island escape with significant history. It was a camp for captured Seminoles during the Third Semino... more >>
Gulfport Beach Park
Gulfport Beach Park is an open beach recreation area on beautiful Boca Ciega Bay, located on Shore Boulevard South between 54th and 58th Streets. T... more >>
Clearwater Beach
Best Beach Town: Beating out nine other popular Florida beach destinations, Clearwater Beach was named "Best Beach Town" in January 2013 by the mos... more >>
Pass-A-Grille Beach
Lay of the Land: Relax and take in beautiful sunsets, and discover the historic charm of this Old Florida fishing community. You won't find any hig... more >>
Caladesi Island State Park
Lay of the Land: One of the few pristine barrier islands along Florida's Gulf Coast, this---the #1 Beach in the U.S.---is accessible only by bo... more >>
Gulf Pier & Bay Pier at Fort De Soto Park
Visitors can enjoy two piers at beautiful Fort De Soto Park. One is on the bay side and the other is on the Gulf. Once at the Bay Pier you will not... more >>
North Redington Beach
Lay of the Land: The mile-long, squeaky-clean beach welcomes visitors to relax at small motels, a bed & breakfast, rental condos or a large ful... more >>
Indian Rocks Beach
Lay of the Land: A throwback to old Florida, Indian Rocks Beach features beautiful dune-lined expanse dotted with small motels, vacation cottag... more >>
Indian Shores
Lay of the Land: Visitors will find small town charms with mom-and-pop accommodations, vacation cottages and seasonal rentals lining the white ... more >>
Belleair Beach
Lay of the Land: Park at the Beach Access points of this gulf-front community and you will find 4,500 feet of a very secluded white sand shorel... more >>
Redington Beach
Lay of the Land: This quiet, primarily residential community consists of beachfront condos and single family dwellings located on the beautiful... more >>
Sunset Beach Pavilion
Sunset Beach Pavilion is an example of Florida Vernacular architecture. The park lies directly of the Gulf of Mexico and features playground equipm... more >>
Anclote Key Lighthouse
The Anclote Key lighthouse resides near the southern end of Anclote Key, a 4 mile long island at the end of a collection of barrier islands startin... more >>
Madeira Beach
Lay of the Land: Known by locals as "Mad Beach," this is a fun but laid-back city offering cozy motels and condo rentals with nearby recreation opt... more >>
Sunset Beach Park
Lay of the Land: Located at the west end of Gulf Road, Sunset Beach Park is a favorite with both locals and visitors for picnics, swimming and boat... more >>
Redington Shores
Lay of the Land: Featuring the famous Redington Long Pier, the Town of Redington Shores has several small condo rental and boutique hotel prope... more >>
Fort De Soto Park
Lay of the Land: Year round residents include pelicans, herons, egrets and plovers. Sea turtles nest along the beach in summer and you'll often see... more >>
St. Pete Beach
Lay of the Land: Nestled on Long Key, St. Pete Beach offers accommodations ranging from world-renowned resorts to mom-and-pop motels, to qua... more >>
Three-Rooker Bar
Three-Rooker Bar is a small, semicircular island that has emerged within the last decade. The fact that sand has been accumulating at this location... more >>
Honeymoon Island State Park
Lay of the Land: A natural barrier island, this state park boasts four miles of sandy beaches, nature trails, and abundant wildlife. Don't be surpr... more >>
Fred Howard Park
Lay of the Land: Enjoy stunning views as you approach the park via the scenic one-mile Fred Howard Causeway. The beach itself has a swimming area a... more >>
Treasure Island
Lay of the Land: On a two-mile stretch of this large beach, visitors can fly kites, rent jet skis, or play on one of the dozens of volleyball court... more >>
Sunset Beach
Lay of the Land: Sunset Beach, located on the southern tip of Treasure Island, is a beach lover's community straight out of a Buffett song. ... more >>
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