Central Pinellas Beaches
INDIAN ROCKS BEACH
4th Ave. Holiday Inn | Main Beach 18th Ave. | 1st Ave. and Gulf Blvd Site
Indian Rocks Beach, Florida is a quaint location for your wedding. There are no big hotels on the beach or vendors with chairs and umbrellas. Now Indian Rocks Beach is a thriving community that has maintained most of its original character, and supports a lively mixture of recreational activities. From its Nature Preserve, to its parks, to its sandy shores, you’ll find a smile on every face, and a warm Florida welcome with everyone you meet. Compared to Clearwater Beach, Indian Rocks Beach feels more relaxing and stress free. No paid permits required for weddings at Indian Rocks Beach under 50 guests, which should be taken into consideration for budget minded brides.
Angler Cove Condo's | Public Beach | Ambassador Condo | Double Tree Beach Resort
Redington Beach is mainly a residential and condo resort community. It has a few public access points for your beach wedding, vow renewal, elopement or commitment ceremony. Located between Clearwater Beach and St. Pete Beach, Redington Beach’s central location make it convenient to much the area’s best reception locations and hotels. Redington Beach has limited parking, so smaller weddings are suggested. You and your guests can catch a deep sea fishing charter at Hubbard’s Marina for a great day on the water. Don’t forget a hat and suntan lotion!
Johns Pass Beach | Public Beach Access | Archibald Park | Barefoot Beach Resort
Madeira beach is located between Clearwater Beach and St. Pete beach. John’s Pass Village is a popular spot and is a fun place to visit, with its unique shopping district which overlooks John’s Pass. Most access points on Madeira Beach have limited parking, so smaller weddings are suggested. John’s Pass is the seafood and grouper fishing headquarters of Florida. You and your guests can catch a deep sea fishing charter at Hubbard’s Marina for a great day on the water.
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