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Indian Shores in Focus

Indian Shores in Focus

Indian Shores in Focus

2020 has introduced a wide variety of challenges for everyone, but as the country is opening back up, many are looking for safe activities to do on their vacation. The Tampa Bay Beaches is a gulfside strip on the west coast of Florida, comprising multiple municipalities which attract visitors every year. We took a closer look at each of these communities to provide some background and explain the safe activities you can do while visiting our beaches. Now let’s take a closer look at Indian Shores, Florida.

 

MEET THE BEACH: Indian Shores

The Town of Indian Shores boasts 2.5 miles of white-sandy beaches, breathtaking evening sunsets, and lots of seasonal residents – not only the human kind, but also threatened species such as loggerhead turtles and gliding black skimmers. The town hosts a variety of unique shops, restaurants, and accommodations including motels, condos, and time-shares.

 

SAFE & EXCITING ACTIVITIES: Here’s what to do 

Indian Shores gives you a variety of options to take in nature, experience one of a kind dining and ways to get active!
 

 

TAKE IN THE NATURE 

Indian Shores is sure to bring out the nature lover in you. Residents and visitors throughout the region can experience a trip to the Seaside Seabird Sanctuary. Here you can view native birds found on the Gulf coast including cormorants, brown pelicans and white egrets. Many who are there for rescue, repaire, recuperation and potential release. 

You can take in the beauty of the beaches and witness other native wildlife at the Town Square Nature Park, a half-mile, ADA-accessible boardwalk along the Intracoastal Waterway that features fishing and picnic areas.


DINING WITH A VIEW

There are a variety of one of a kind dining experiences for all who visit Indian Shores. The town is the proud home of Florida Trend magazine’s “Golden Spoon” award-winning Salt Rock Grill along with many other local, independent businesses from coffee shops and retailers to watering holes. Most restaurants are right on the water or only a few steps away from the nearest beach. You are sure to leave this small town with a full belly and a smile.
 

 

GET ACTIVE 

Whether you are traveling alone or with the family there is an activity for you in Indian Shores. Spend the day out on the water with a marine rental or taking a short drive to a Pinellas County boat ramp. There are numerous recreational activities offered in our Municipal Center or enjoy a game of adventure mini golf. Check the calendar for any of the community events that are on-going.