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We were disappointed about a cold windy and rainy day in Clearwater Beach so we decided to take a drive and go Island hopping. We ended up at the park and were thrilled to see over 50 kiteboarders, wind surfers and surfers enjoying the bad...More
The day visited was low 60s with considerable wind. We would have enjoyed it more without the wind. We enjoyed a picnic lunch near the beach where we observed a few hearty souls wind surfing, swimming and walking the beach in wet swim suits. We...More
This beach was the most beautiful white sand beach I have ever seen. In February the beach was almost empty. The weather was fabulous. The fort was worth a couple hours. The beaches, especially the North Beach, were all fabulous soft, white sand. On the...More
This County Park offers something for everyone, including hiking, shelling, birding, fishing, boating, kayaking, sunbathing, swimming, picnicking and camping, plus other things I'm sure I haven't listed. The facilities I visited were all clean, the staff I encountered friendly and helpful. There are plenty of...More
If you have never been to this beach, its worth the drive, to the nice white sand and miles of beach.. Only $5 to park and toll is $1.75..Bring your own food and drinks , they do have a concession stand as well.Cant wait to...More
Our mini vacation from our vacation included a trip to Treasure Island FL. We went to Fort DeSoto this morning where there were no clouds and plenty of sunshine and breezy conditions. We love the history of the park as well as the maintained beaches....More
We stayed at Madeira Beach, but drove down to spend a day at Fort De Soto. One should bring picnics, fishing gears, beach towels and just enjoyed the day. We started the day with 2 hours kayaking along mangroves, seeing sea hares, cormorants, ibises,... and...More
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There is not really much to see there, just sand on the Gulf side . I would recommend the ferry rise over to Egmont Key and dive around the remains of the old Fort on the south side of the island. That is worth the trip to... More
There is not really much to see there, just sand on the Gulf side . I would recommend the ferry rise over to Egmont Key and dive around the remains of the old Fort on the south side of the island. That is worth the trip to see. If you want to see any fish and marine life at Ft Desoto you might try the bay side in the grass flats toward the North end of the island.