Treasure Island, FL, USA

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Treasure Island, FL, USA

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Relax in Paradise in Your Treasure Island Beach House

Situated conveniently just outside of the St. Petersburg area, you will find the charming coastal community of Treasure Island waiting for you to explore all that it has to offer. This is a large bedroom community that is also a popular vacation spot because of all that it has to offer, and you will love spending time here with family and friends. You do not have to stay in a small hotel room while enjoying the Treasure Island area because a vacation rental home is a much better option. A Treasure Island house may give you beach access or views, a patio or balcony, a full kitchen, several bedrooms and other comforts and conveniences that you will enjoy.

Outdoor Recreation

The beach is one of the biggest attractions for those who choose to stay in a St. Petersburg area or Treasure Island vacation home, and there is good reason for this. The beaches in the area have sugary, soft sand and crystal-clear water, and the weather is undeniably perfect for a beach outing throughout most of the year. At the beach, you can enjoy kayaking, paddle boarding, sun bathing, body surfing and more. Deep-sea fishing and paragliding are also fun excursions that you can enjoy. When you want a break from the beach, Boca Ciego Millennium Park has tons of sports amenities, and the Tides Golf Club in Redington Shores is just one of dozens of courses located throughout the metropolitan area.


Many people want to pick up some souvenirs of their beach trip, and others may be looking for special gifts to bring to the folks back home. Along the shore in coastal communities like Redington Shores, Gulfport and Treasure Island, numerous independently owned shops sell souvenirs, gifts, beachwear and other items for you to enjoy. When you are looking for a more sophisticated shopping experience, tons of brand name shops are located in the many malls and retail centers throughout St. Petersburg and the Tampa Bay area.


While the main appeal of a beach vacation may be spending time splashing in the waves and working on your tan, you may want to take a break from the fun in the surf to explore some of the top attractions in the metropolitan area. Close by in Redington Shores, you will find the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary, which features displays and exhibits on local wildlife. In the St. Petersburg area, you can explore the culture of the area by touring attractions like the Museum of Fine Arts, the Salvador Dali Museum, the Sunken Gardens and other attractions.


Treasure Island is a popular vacation destination for those seeking fun in the sun because of its great climate, and you will love the typically warm, humid weather conditions throughout much of the year. Thanks to a humid subtropical climate, the area has long, warm summers with average highs in the 90s or even 100s in some cases. Average lows during the summer season are 70s. Winters are short, and freezing temperatures are rare. The wettest time of the year coincides with hurricane season, and it includes the months of July, August and September.

How to Get There

Getting to the Treasure Island area is easy to do because it is located in the Tampa Bay-St. Petersburg metropolitan area. You can drive your own car into the community, or you can take a bus, train or plane to Tampa Bay. Then, rent a car, and travel down Interstate 275 west until you come to Central Avenue. Turn west on Central Avenue, and it will take you directly into Treasure Island.

Attractions In and Around Treasure Island

Looking for places to see while you're in Treasure Island? Take the kids and check out The Pier, Clearwater Marine Aquarium and Alligator Attraction. Visitors searching for nearby cultural experiences can spend an enlightening afternoon at Salvador Dali Museum, Great Explorations Children's Museum or Museum of Fine Arts. To appreciate the outdoor scene, make time for beaches like Upham Beach and Bean Point and green spaces such as Sunken Gardens and Fort De Soto Park.

You can take a shopping trip to Pasadena Shopping Center, Bay Village Shopping Center and BayWalk. Want to take in a game or event? Get tickets for Tropicana Field. Also consider a visit to the region’s top places to see like Sand Key Park and Pier 60 Park.