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The Area 2017-06-27T13:55:30+00:00

The Area

Located just off of Gulf Blvd in a quiet residential setting. Direct public beach access to Upham Beach on the north end of St Pete Beach with a beach snack shack serving food and refreshments. Blocks from restaurants and the Corey Ave historic shopping district.

You will find lots of things to do in the area. Here’s a short list, but the possibilities are endless!

Dolphin Snorkeling Cruise

https://dolphinsnorkelingcruise.com/

What a fun way to spend a half day on your vacation. Visit Egmont Key, Shell Key or Shell Island – charter boat trip complete with dolphin watch, snorkeling, shell collecting, sightseeing, snorkeling and picnic. (727)320-5610

Go Fast Fishing (http://www.gofastfishing.com/)

http://www.gofastfishing.com/

Offshore, Inshore, Nearshore, and blue water private fishing charters on one of the faster fishing boats on the Florida Gulf Coast. All equipment, bait, tackle, license, and fish cleaning is provided. Call (727) 480-6408 for reservations.

St. Pete Parasails / Capt. Mike’s Watersports

www.stpeteparasails.com/

Parasail with the area’s most experience parasail team! Highest and longest rides in St. Pete. Fun for the whole family. They also offer Paddle Boards, bouncy Aqua Cycles, and quick Kayaks (both singles and doubles). 727-360-1998

Dolphin Landings Fishing Charter Center

www.dolphinlandings.com/

Dolphin Landings Charter Boat Center is the only full service boat center operating in greater Tampa Bay area. Public and Private boat trips leave from St Pete Beach. Boat trips include Sunset Sails, Dolphin Watches, Deep Sea Fishing, Back Bay Fishing and Offshore Fishing plus Power Boat Cruising, Snorkeling, Island Adventures to Egmont Key and Shell Key, and Hospitality Cruises. 727-360-7411

Johns Pass Village & Boardwalk

http://www.johnspass.com/

This quaint turn of the century fishing village boast a variety of restaurants, shops, boat rentals and more – located between Madeira Beach and Treasure Island.

Salvador Dali Museum

http://www.salvadordalimuseum.org/

The museum is home of the world’s most extensive collection of the Spanish artist’s work with 96 oil paintings, over 100 watercolors and drawings, 1,300 graphics, photographs, sculptures and objects d’art, and not to miss The Museum Store.

Clearwater Marine Aquarium

https://www.seewinter.com/

A research and rehabilitation facility specializing in the rescue and return of marine life. Made famous by the move Winter based on the dolphin named Winter that was rescued and still resides at the aquarium.

Busch Gardens

https://buschgardens.com/

The bay areas top tourist destination, where wildlife and wild rides come together with Broadway style shows, visit the zoo with more than 2,500 exotic and endangered animals and more roller coasters than any destination in Florida.

Seabird Sanctuary

https://www.seabirdsanctuary.com/

Visit the largest wild bird hospital in the United States. Visitors can view in excess of 600 wild birds that have been rescued and live permanently at our sanctuary.

Hubbard’s Deep Sea Fishing

https://hubbardsmarina.com/

Hubbard’s offers a full range of deep sea fishing adventures from short half day trips to overnight excursions. For smaller groups they also offer private charters. The bait shop offers live and frozen bait as well as rod rentals for those that prefer to stay onshore.