Spring Break in St. Pete
St. Pete Beach is kicking into Spring Break full swing this week. We are seeing near perfect spring conditions on the water too! Dolphins are being spotted daily and the manatees are slowly starting to return as our water temperatures begin to rise.
If you looking for an activity to cool off from the spring weather, check out the museums around Downtown St. Petersburg.
The Dali Museum
Museum of Fine Arts
Great Explorations Children’s Museum
Hit the Beach
St. Petersburg will be crowded with spring breakers for the months of March & April. You will not have to sit towel-towel if you go to St. Pete Beach and Treasure Island, they have long beaches with plenty of waterfront. Avoid areas right in front of the busy hotels, they of course will be more crowded.
Visit The Sunken Gardens
Take a stroll through the oldest roadside tourist attraction in the United States. 4 acres of beautiful botanical gardens, that’s home to some of the oldest tropical plants in the region.
Fort De Soto Park
Visit this National Park which was used during the Civil War and Spanish-American War. The park offers beach camping, beaches, picnic spots, boat rentals, biking, fishing, and more. This is a great place and a great time of year to go for a kayak tour at see the manatees.
Speed Boat Adventures
If you are visiting St. Pete Beach, Tampa or Clearwater then there isn’t a more fun way to see the beauty this area has to offer than seeing on a Speed Boat Adventure. You never know what you will see on a Speed Boat Adventure, one tour was lucky enough to see a six foot Tarpon jump out of the water. We are #1 on TripAdvisor and have been for years. You can check out recent photos from our tours on our Facebook Page as well, https://www.facebook.com/stpetespeedboatadventures/. The boats are a blast to drive and the scenery is spectacular.
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