10 Things to Do in Madeira Beach That You Shouldn't Miss

November 28, 2017 Renato Branum

Madeira Beach (/məˈdɛərə/ mə-DAIR-ə) is a city in Pinellas County, Florida, United States, bordered on the west by the Gulf of Mexico and on the east by St. Petersburg. As of the 2010 census, the population was 4,263. The area is primarily residential with little or no industrial or sizable service businesses. Residents are mostly supported by commercial interests outside the area, and a large number of residents are retirees. Entertainment district John's Pass is located on the Intracoastal Waterway. The city is often referred to by locals as Mad Beach.
Restaurants in Madeira Beach

1. Madeira Beach

Madeira Beach, FL 33708 +1 727-391-9951
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4.5 based on 1 reviews

Madeira Beach

Grouper Capital of the World, Mad Beach, or just Madeira Beach-whatever you call this beautiful Gulf-side getaway, you won't have any trouble finding sun, fun and delectable seafood.

Reviewed By Jenny R - Columbus, Ohio

Clean, beautiful white sand beach. Rentals for chairs, umbrellas, kayaks, paddle boards. Restroom facility can be crowded and a little gross after a busy day. Snack shop is expensive but to be expected. We crossed the street and got slices of pizza and drinks and snacks at 7-11. We enjoyed walks and looking for shells as well as just enjoying a beautiful day.

2. Redington Shores Beach Access

18200 Gulf Blvd, Redington Shores, FL 33708-1045
Excellent
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4.5 based on 156 reviews

Redington Shores Beach Access

Reviewed By travelandrelax57 - Warfield, United Kingdom

Beautiful sandy beach with shallow water allowing safe bathing for the youngest of children. Faces due west so the perfect spot for spectaculat sunsets.
Dolphins pass by at regular intervals and pelicans feed in close to the beach.
A fishing pier completes the picture. Many acees points from Gulf Blvd where free parking is available. Just add sunshine!!!

3. Lake Seminole Park

10015 Park Blvd, Seminole, FL 33777-3810 +1 727-582-2100
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4.5 based on 156 reviews

Lake Seminole Park

Reviewed By Janna64 - Wesley Chapel, Florida

I went here with the local Audubon society for bird watching but not only saw birds but lovely butterflies, marsh rabbits and even a couple of alligators. The trails were all very nice and there was plenty to see and enjoy. There were people having picnics and enjoying bike riding, walking, running and playgrounds that looked fun for kids.

4. Treasure Island Beach

10400 Gulf Blvd, Treasure Island, FL 33706-4815 (727) 547-4575
Excellent
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4.5 based on 1 reviews

Treasure Island Beach

Reviewed By Jill H - Omaha

I took my family here to celebrate my 60th birthday. This was my favorite day! I loved watching my grandchildren see the beach for the first time! This beach is very clean!
We rented chairs and umbrellas from a very nice college age man.
There are many good and drink options all within a short walk.
They have free clean bathrooms.
They also have a giant water slide for a small fee.

5. Best Peru Tours

Riverview, FL 33775-6950
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5 based on 197 reviews

Best <a href=Peru Tours">

Best Peru Tours is part of Peru Travel and Tours LLC a U.S. based, licensed and insured travel company with offices in Lima, Cusco, Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires dedicated to providing high quality customized and all-inclusive tours to all regions of Peru, Ecuador, Brazil, Argentina and Chile which we design to meet your needs and interests at a very competitive price. We are part of Florida’s West Coast Better Business Bureau and their Online Reliability Program in addition to being listed with the National Geographic Travel Directory. We work only with local certified and experienced tour conductors and guides.Our highly dedicated, knowledgeable and experienced team takes great pride in providing unequaled personalized and professional service. All have traveled or lived and worked in South America.

Reviewed By Meifen C

the web show us two 5 stars hotels but we got 3 stars hotels they are not honest and after we paid deposit they asking pay more for tours ! we already paid for two days bus and train to MP but they asking pay hiking again i don't like the Best Peru Tour also they closed for 12/24 to 12/27 no tour service !!! they open for Thanksgiving weekend for took our deposit $ 2598 but closed for X'mas tour service they are Fraudulent company

6. North Redington Beach

190 173rd Ave E, North Redington Beach, FL 33708-1329 +1 727-391-4848
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4.5 based on 62 reviews

North Redington Beach

Reviewed By SongMan67 - Atlanta, Georgia

We thought of going to Clearwater Beach but were recommended to go here instead, since there are restrooms, and it's not as crowded as Clearwater. It did not disappoint.

There are restrooms at the parking lot/beach entrance, and close by are outside showers for you to rinse off the sand, before you leave.

The beach itself is nice and wasn't that crowded, though we were there during our kids' Spring Break.

Sunset at the beach was great.

7. Island Marine Rentals

20045 Gulf Blvd, Indian Shores, FL 33785-2406
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5 based on 127 reviews

Island Marine Rentals

We rent all sizes of boats, bikes, scooters, paddleboards and kayaks at reasonable prices. Rent for an hour or all day. Everything you'll need is provided for an adventure you'll never forget. Imagine a family adventure while enjoying the warm breezes, sparkling water and the beautiful Florida sun while you cruise on beautiful Boca Ciega Bay or the Gulf of Mexico. If it’s FUN You’re After, We Have it! Everything you’ll need on your adventure is provided. Visit Caladesi State Park, Honeymoon Island & John’s Pass, to name a few. See dolphins and pass the luxurious mansions along the intracoastal. Amazing beach scooter trips from Clearwater to Ft. DeSoto and more. Navigate your way on a single or double kayak while you enjoy the sun. From our docks, we are one hour from John’s Pass where you can sight more dolphins than anywhere else. Along the way you will cruise through The Narrows, a bird sanctuary for Bald Eagles, Blue Herons, and the beautiful pink Rosetta Spoonbills. Take some more time and continue north to explore Caladesi Island, voted #1 beach in America. On the island you can enjoy the day picnicking, searching for shells, swimming the turquoise waters or just relaxing on the beach. The Hurricane deck boats can head out of Clearwater Pass into the Gulf of Mexico and anchor off Caladesi Island, Honeymoon Island and Three Rookers, where the water is clear enough to snorkel. Cruise down the coast enjoying the open sea and try spotting the dolphins jumping. You can head back into the bay through John’s Pass and stop at your choice of over a dozen plus restaurants for a great meal on the water. And as you come back in, Island Marine’s courteous staff will be there to help you dock the boat. If you’re thinking maybe you’ll get lost, not to worry, our boats have Garmin GPS, just follow the line! We also have other pre-planned routes and fun destinations on detailed maps built in. All boats have GPS trackers giving us details of your position so you and your family are safe. Would you like to play on the water without a motor? Try paddleboarding (the latest craze) or single or double kayaking. The intracoastal waterways are wide and safe enough you'll be able to enjoy yourself motoring around on paddle power. You'll see birds and fish of all kinds, even dolphins, plus homes of the rich and famous. And great way for the family to enjoy the day and we provide everything you'll need and then some. Would you prefer to stay on the ground? Try a breezy trip on a bike or a scooter. Go North towards Clearwater beach where you'll find incredible dining and unique shops. Go South towards John's pass and you'll find the same, plus entertainment. Go for a few hours or spend the day. The speed limit on Gulf Blvd is limited to 30 mph and there's a dedicated bike lane so it's a very safe place to ride up and down with the Gulf of Mexico within a glance to either side, depending on which direction you're going. We hope to see you soon on your next trip to sunny Florida.

Reviewed By fearlessfly1 - Clearwater, Florida

If your staying in Indian Rocks or Indian Shores this place is ez to find along Gulf blvd. Good quality scooters and other items to rent. The owner is honest and above board unlike some other rip off con artist that falsely or misleading advertise specials. Like " just 10 bucks!" ....oh thats for 15 minutes scooter rental. 4 hours is more...gotcha gimmicks. Island Marine rental prices are competitive ...especially since it is often higher quality gear. Owner and employee are nice...polite helpful and not out to scam you. Another outfit.... Is very misleading and that guys a jerk. My 2 cents.

8. Flea Market Wagon Wheel

7801 Park Blvd N, Pinellas Park, FL 33781-3708 +1 727-544-5319
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4 based on 258 reviews

Flea Market Wagon Wheel

Reviewed By hppysvn - western NY

There is always so much to see that you can never get through it in one day. They have great entertainment as far as music also. Good food benders and it is easy walking for people who have problems on uneven ground. Lots of flea market items but also some unique handmade items also.

9. Sea N Things, LLC

Indian Shores, FL 33785
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5 based on 55 reviews

Sea N Things, LLC

Ahoy! This is Capt. Greg with Sea-N-Things Boat Trips. I will give you, your family and friends the thrill you all are looking for. We will cruise the waters of the St. Petersburg Beach areas looking for dolphin, manatees, birds, local landmarks and anything else we can find. Each trip delivers its own unique experience. The average trip is 2 hours long for up to 6 people per trip. Please check out the website for great pictures and more ideas of what to expect.

Reviewed By San W - Andover, New Jersey

What a great experience from booking to landing! Captain Greg is all about getting you out on the water and working with you to ensure that you have a great time! Knowledgeable, personable, responsive, and full of energy, he makes the trip fun, educational, and did I say fun?- well it is worth repeating. He took us to the sites we wanted to see and more. Seeing dolphins up-close-and-personal and stopping and getting out to search for wildlife on the sandbar was a blast. This trip was a great way to give our team a chance to have fun in the sun.

10. Boca Ciega Millenium Park

12410 74th Ave, Seminole, FL 33772 +1 727-582-2100
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4.5 based on 116 reviews

Boca Ciega Millenium Park

Reviewed By Patrick S - Sault Ste. Marie, Canada

In previous reviews about the parks in Pinnellas county I commented on the excellent foresight of their leaders in the county to preserve and develop green space in the form of the many parks one can access through out the county. This park is no exception having all of the amenities such as playground, picnic shelter,trail, ample parking and in this park a well constructed boardwalk that goes through the mangroves and to an observation tower that gives excellent views of the bay, the park and sunsets over the gulf of Mexico.

It also has a natural launch for canoes and kayaks thru the mangroves leading one to the bay. The only tip here is to ensure the activity is undertaken during hi-tide otherwise there will be hard work in the muck!

Once out of the salt water there is a cleaning station for your canoe or kayak.

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