- The list below includes 203 free or cheap things to do in or near St. Pete Beach, Florida, including 83 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Beaches, Fishing and Paddleboarding.
- From Saint Pete Beach to Merry Pier, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in St. Pete Beach and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Tampa, Largo, St. Petersburg and Clearwater.
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115 10th Avenue, St. Pete Beach, FL 33706 MoreLess Info
Located in the first regional church, Gulf Beaches Historical Museum features historical documents on display; including letters, news, and photographs. While exploring the museum, visitors will receive an educational overview of the barrier islands in the area.
Spanning 1,136 acres across 5 interconnecting islands, Fort De Soto Park houses many different plants and wildlife in various biomes, along with playgrounds, a dog park, and nature trails. Campsites and picnic shelters are available for rent.
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400 Treasure Island Cswy, Treasure Island, FL 33706 MoreLess Info
Located along Tampa Bay, the Treasure Island Tennis & Yacht Club offers a wide range of activities and amenities. The club features a marina, tennis courts, fitness center, spa and pool as well as options for dining and special events.
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John's Pass Treasure Island Florida, Treasure Island, FL MoreLess Info
Arrange a special charter or overnight fishing trip with Hubbard's Deep Sea Fishing. Special events and activities are further provided at the marina including a summer camp for kids, and both kayaking and paddle boarding tours.
One of the largest beaches in St. Pete, Treasure Island Beach is over three miles long, and features soft, white sands. The beach is adjacent to a number of restaurants and shops and hosts an annual sand sculpture contest.
A vacation destination on the Gulf Coast of Florida, Treasure Island features white sand beaches and warm Gulf waters. The island is also located close enough to the Tampa Bay area to offer the city's night life.
Nestled along the shoreline of Madeira Beach, Florida, Hubbard's Marina is a popular place to launch small craft and fish from the shore. The marina also has a large complement of docking slips for larger craft. They may be rented on an annual or nightly basis.
Located in Madeira Beach, Florida, John's Pass Village & Boardwalk is a large waterfront area ringed by marinas and sandy beaches. It's popular with surfers, sunbathers, shore anglers, boaters, parasailers, waterskiiers and others who enjoy being close to the water.