Redington Beach, FL, USA

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Redington Beach, FL, USA

Redington Beach vacation rentals

Fun in the sun in Redington Beach

Located in Pinellas County, about 15 miles from St. Petersburg and less than 30 miles from Tampa, Redington Beach is a coastal town where aquatic pastimes rule the day. Residents and visitors alike enjoy fishing, boating, waterskiing, and more, and all the while hoping to catch a sight of the occasional dolphin. Downtown art galleries and quaint boutiques are also big draws, as is, of course, the beach. This, along with the consistently pleasant weather, makes it easy to justify jumping on Redington Beach vacation rentals any time of the year.

Get outside in Redington Beach

Redington Beach outdoor activities are plentiful, and there are options for the whole family to enjoy, including concerts, local festivals, and walking trails in the nearby Pinellas County Aquatic Preserve. Parasailing, waverunning, and speedboating opportunities abound near Gulf Boulevard, while fishing is popular at Boca Ciega Bay. If you prefer jogging or biking, Friendship Park, Redington Beach Town Park, and Del Bello Park have spacious paths and ideal spots for stargazing and watching the sunset. Beach yoga is also enjoyed on the white, sandy beaches.

Redington Beach attractions, indoors and out

The Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, the Great Explorations Children's Museum, and the nearby Museum of Fine Arts are among the cultural destinations not far from Redington Beach vacation rentals. Family-friendly attractions near Redington Beach include Busch Gardens and the Lowry Park Zoo, both about an hour away in Tampa. Closer to home, two parks offer basketball, tennis, and volleyball courts, a soccer field, exercise equipment, a kids’ play area, and several picnic tables and grills. Visit the Redington Beach pier, Redington Long Pier, for the area’s best fishing.

The year-round comfort of Redington Beach

Thanks to its proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, the town benefits from a warm, humid climate. The driest, sunniest Redington Beach weather runs between November and April, although even in the wettest months the rain pops up and passes quickly. Temperatures average out to a pleasing 72 degrees, with August being the warmest month and January the coolest, with an average low of 53. Thus, while summer is a popular time to enjoy outdoor activities, you'll be just as happy at Redington Beach vacation rentals in the spring, fall, or winter.

Appealing natural features in Redington Beach

Set on the Gulf of Mexico, Redington Beach, Florida, has 5 public beach access ramps that make it easy for travelers to enjoy the pure sand and shimmering waters. You won't have to worry about large crowds at beaches here or go far to see manatees, dolphins, sea turtles, and other marine life. The cozy town is a single square mile of land perched on an isthmus, but area beaches are easy to get to, even ones in neighboring communities like North Redington, Redington Shores, and Tampa. Nearby Boca Ciega Bay is noted for its miles of canals, spring-fed caves, and coral habitats.