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This barrier island state park offers numerous nature-based activities. 5 miles of beaches, 3.5 miles of wooded hiking trails, nature center with gift shop and scenic views, 2 cafes, a new playground and wildlife including gopher tortoises...more
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Talk about beautiful white sands, clear blue ocean, and lovely shells! And to add to that a swing beside the beach! The beach was almost completely empty the day we visited, It was so peaceful to walk along the sand. Probably one of the prettier...More
We loved Honeymoon Island State Park!! We were staying in Clearwater Beach and took the Jolly Trolly to the causway that goes to Honeymoon Island then Ubered the rest of the way for $4 since the Jolly Trolly doesn't get close enough to walk. Once...More
I enjoyed the few hours I spent walking Honeymoon Island beach. The water was good and the sand area was fairly clean. They did have a little security patrolling for the people that decided to bring their dog into the wrong area. The bathrooms were...More
This park is located in the Gulf of Mexico, off Dunedin. It has a lot to offer. Playgrounds, picnic areas, plenty of beaches, mammoth parking lots, rental beach equipment, and a restaurant. It is definitely worth a visit. We are locals, and will be returning.
If you are in the Clearwater area, skip the packed beaches there...come to Honeymoon Island! It's an inexpensive way to spend the day, for ~$8 per carload. There are walking trails there, too, and several beach locations on the island. Even a dog beach!
We've been vacationing in Florida for 30 years and had not discovered Honeymoon Island State Park. How we missed this wonderful beach, I cannot explain. Plenty of beautiful sandy beach, lots of parking and several places to stock up on snacks & drinks inside the...More
The State Park costs USD 8 per car entry BUT if taking long walks on the beach is your thing, this was our favorite - followed by Anna Maria Island and Pass-A-Grill.
In Feb. the huge parking lot is empty and the beach as well....More
Yes, there is a beach chair and umbrella rental. There are also 3 or 4 different cafe's where you can buy beer but you cannot take it down onto the beach. Also straws are prohibited. You need to be careful eating on the... More
Yes, there is a beach chair and umbrella rental. There are also 3 or 4 different cafe's where you can buy beer but you cannot take it down onto the beach. Also straws are prohibited. You need to be careful eating on the beach because of seagulls.
Some sections of the beach have rock (toward the North end) and others are sandy (toward the pet beach).