The Gulf beach and John’s Pass & Boardwalk are within a ten-minute drive, this scenic harbor known as the fishing capital of Pinellas Coast. It is a waterfront with over hundred merchants offering unique retail shopping, wonderful seafood and plenty of parking. Travel to Treasure Island, Madeira, Reddington and Indian Rocks beach; you will find miles of white sandy beach and sparkling blue water.
Within walking distance of the complex, Winn-Dixie, Save-a-Lot, 7-Eleven, CVS Pharmacy, dry cleaner, hair, nail and pedicure salons, barbershop, Perkins Restaurant, Chinese with sushi bar, McDonald’s, Subway, Arby’s, pizza shop, Big Lots, Dollar Store, Shapes (women’s exercise), liquor store and many others. Easy access to public transportation found just outside the complex entrance.
Walk or drive to Lake Seminole Park found just 1.2 miles and covers more than 250 acres. Visit George C. McGough Park know as 'the turtle park'. Escape busy life and stroll through the oak hammock or through the mangroves along the intercoastal waterway.
The most memorable vacation experience whether looking for nightlife, dance cruises, private charters, history, jet skiing, parasailing, casino cruises, fishing, golf, art museums, shopping malls, theme parks, beaches with white sugar sand, Florida offers the wild to mild experiences. For bargain shopper, visit the Wagon Wheel Flea Market on Park Boulevard in Pinellas Park, open every Saturday and Sunday rain or shine from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. The market has an updated look with many of the booths under cover, over 2000 spaces on 150 acres.
The arts culture and history is an important part for the area. Theater groups, orchestras, world-class performance halls, museums, galleries and much more provide enriching performance and showcase the world’s most talented artists, actors and musicians. Tampa Bay was recently awarded the distinction Top Arts Destination by American Style Magazine; the Tampa Bay area is fast becoming the culture core of Florida Gulf Coast.
For sports enthusiasts both amateur and professional, take advantage of the rich outdoor offerings of the area. Take in an afternoon sports event, visit Tropicana Field, Raymond James Stadium, Leagues Field or Ice Palace. Sports and Tampa Bay are an unbeatable combination. Local teams at the top of their game include the 2003 Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2004 Stanley Cup winners, the Tampa Bay Lighting and the 2004 Arena Bowl victors, The Tampa Bay Storm. There’s an all-star lineup waiting as you step up to the plate for a professional or minor league baseball game; score a hole in one at one of the many golf courses, or cheer along at one of the college bowl games.
Tampa is home to Bushch Gardens or visit Orlando home to Disney World and Universal Studio.
Visit in January, join the party as rowdy swashbucklers invade Tampa Bay for the annual Gasparilla Pirate Festival. Enjoy the largest piratechnics display of the year as the imaginary sea battle between the pirates of Ye Mystic Krewe of Gasparilla and the city of Tampa.
Visit in February, The Florida State Fair is held outdoors on the Florida State Fairgrounds.
Visit in March, The Strawberry Festival held in Plant City in March, this festival is for guest of all ages.
Go shopping at the local malls; Seminole Mall is 2.2 miles, Tyrone Square Mall is 5 miles, Largo Mall is 5.7 miles, Clearwater Mall is 10 miles, Countryside Mall is 15 miles, Parkside Mall is 5.25 miles, The Pier is 14.19 miles and Bay Walk is 13.48 miles.
Experience the stunning sunsets, year-round sports and recreational activities and unique cultural offerings, from world-renowned museums to local specialties fresh from the Gulf. And, of course, expect guaranteed family fun with 35 miles of white-sand beaches and an endless supply of sunshine.
Pack your flip-flops, swimsuit and sunglasses; prepare yourself for a fun filled get away. See why our vacation destination is for savvy travlers looking to get the most out of their Florida vacation.