Ft Desoto Beach Pavilion, receptions at Ft Desoto Beach Park

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Ft Desoto Beach Park - Address:3500 Pinellas Bayway S, Tierra Verde Florida 33715

Ft Desoto Beach Park has 15 picnic shelters View Pavilion Map  which can be reserve shelters online at Reserve Fort Desoto Beach Pavilion. These pavilions make a great reception location at an affordable rate. Bring your own food, cater your reception have a bar b que her for a great time.

Ft Desoto Beach Park offers plenty of Restrooms Availble for your wedding guest. You can find there locations at Fort Desoto Beach Changing and Restrooms Locations

The Fort De Soto park is the largest within the Pinellas County Park System. Fort De Soto Beach Park consists of 1,136 acres made up of five interconnected islands (keys). These keys are home to beach plants, mangroves, wetlands, palm hammocks, hardwoods and scores of native plants. Each of these species plays a vital role in the preservation and protection of the natural environment.

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Review and Testimonials of Fort Desoto Beach Park:

 

“Best Park in Pinellas”

Ft Desoto Beach Park is a great getaway and offers great beaches, great fishing, kayak rentals, 7 miles paved bike path and a campground with scenic waterfront views. When you're a registered camper, you can access the beaches for free otherwise a small $5 fee. You can visit a historic fort, they have a gift shop and concessions stand for food and...

“Wonderful experience”

We went to North Beach Fort Desoto for a peaceful beach day and we weren't disappointed. Ft Desoto Beach Park offers quiet and unclouded beach with lots of shells. While swimming, a manatee came right over to us and swam with us for 5 minutes. It was an amazing experience. No pictures but great memory. We just loved this beach. Bring a blanket and lunch then relax before your wedding!!

“Quieter Beaches, many shells!”

The beaches at Ft Desoto Beach Park still have many people, but are much quieter compared to beaches in the city (clearwater, etc) I was able to find lots of pretty shells, and the water is so comfortable. We beach hopped around the park, and when we parked on the side of the road and walked to the beach (instead of parking in...

“Ft Desoto Beach Park Interesting Place to visit”

Ft Desoto Beach Park is a very interesting place to visit with a variety of beaches, the old fort and the giant fishing pier. We really enjoyed looking for shells and being able to walk on the pier and watch people fishing. If we visit again we would like to ride the ferry to Egmont Island.

“One of the most beautiful beaches in Florida”

North beach on Fort De Soto is one of our favorite beaches in Florida and we have visited many. The water is warm and clear and the sand is soft There is plenty of car parking space There are little cafes in some of the car parks (avoid Renee in one of them, she is rude and obnoxious) along with...

“Nice park”

Ft Desoto Beach Park offers a great opportunity to enjoy Florida's beautiful outdoors! Beaches, piers, a historical fort, kayaking (rentals are available) and fishing are some of the highlights to enjoy here. $5 park fee

“Quiet Beaches, Great Sand Dollar Finds”

Fort De Soto is a great place for many different activities. We carried lunch with us and ate near the historic fort. There are many picnic tables and shelters throughout the park. You have many options for the beach as well. We enjoyed the far north end best. It is almost untouched and still very natural. We found many live...

“A family BBQ or a strole on the quiet beach”

Ft Desoto Beach Park is the largest park situated near St Pete Beach it is ideal for a walk along the beach with a friend or family. Food concessions are available, ample parking and BBQ pits. Groups are welcome with advanced bookings. It is large enough to find quiet spots and small enough to feel safe and secure.

“Historic Fort with large pier and beach”

It was really nice walking around checking out the fort. The pier is long and filled with people and families fishing off of it. We saw lots of dolphins off the pier at Ft Desoto Beach Park as well as a variety of water fowl. There are areas to walk or bike the nature trails or kayak.

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