Indian Shores

Indian Shores
Indian Shores Beach Access
Lay of the Land: Visitors will find small town charms with mom-and-pop accommodations, vacation cottages and seasonal rentals lining the white sandy beach. On many parts of the beach you will find sand dunes restored with native vegetation, such as sea grapes and sand grasses. Showers available. Little Known Facts: In 1927 the government filled the pass just north of the present day town limits, joining the upper Sand Key to the lower beaches. Once called Indian Rocks Beach South Shore, this town wisely shortened its name in 1973 to Indian Shores. Why You Should Go: Co-existing with Mother Nature permeates throughout this small beach town. Indian Shores is home of the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary, the largest bird hospital in the world, which is funded exclusively from private donations. Admission to the sanctuary is free.
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Community: Indian Shores & Indian Rocks Beach
Category: Beaches

19305 Gulf Blvd.
Indian Shores, FL 33785

Phone: 727-595-4020
Toll Free: 727-596-0050

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strategic2020 | Mar. 4, 2018
“Great dog park - but no dogs allowed on the trail”

I was looking forward to a visit on the nature preserve, but when I was unable to take my dog, I was stopped right at the entrance! Nice dog park - except for the stickie things that get all over...

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