South Pasadena in Focus
South Pasadena 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. South Pasadena is “Our Place in the Sun” right before St. Pete Beach. Let’s take a closer look at the history of this city and some safe activities to do on your stay.
MEET THE COMMUNITY: South Pasadena
In between the coastal neighborhoods of Gulfport and St. Pete Beach lies the quaint, residential community of South Pasadena. The City of South Pasadena was incorporated on July 1, 1955 with 150 residents, one policeman and a meeting hall. It remains a small community to this day with an approximate population of 5,000 residents.
Businesses, residents and elected officials work hard to make locals and visitors feel welcome in this small town. It’s the perfect place to stop in on your way to the beach or visit for some shopping and great food. “Whether you're taking a stroll through a scenic waterfront park or grabbing a bite to eat at one of the local restaurants, South Pasadena is sure to charm you.”
SAFE & EXCITING ACTIVITIES: Here’s what to do
South Pasadena offers a variety of locally owned businesses and safe outdoor activities to experience. Businesses are making sure that they are doing everything they can to not only make sure customers are safe, but make sure that visitors feel right at home in this quant community.
ON YOUR WAY TO THE BEACH
Just across the bridge from St. Pete Beach lies South Pasadena. Before you enjoy your day in the sun, this community is a great place to stop for a bite to eat, a cup of coffee or even a sweet dessert. This quiet city offers local owned options for you to get any of your last minute supplies before hitting the beach.
SHOP, SIP & DINE
South Pasadena does not lack in options to shop, sip and dine. There are clusters of shopping centers to browse around, which offer excellent options to grab a snack or midday pick me up. You can stop to sip on a freshly brewed coffee or partake in a local wine tasting. Many restaurants here are family run and will make sure you feel at home during your dining experience.
A DAY AT THE PARK