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It was a very windy day, but still enjoyable at this beach. There was plenty of parking and very easy to get to. They offer a cute food hut with food and drinks, even cold beer. There is a bathroom to change into swimwear if...More
This is a nice beach. Cabanas available, food on property.
Great place to go if you are into beach volleyball. Although there are a lot of people playing from club’s in organized competitions.
Still a cool place to go even if you only watch!
This beach was so clean and quiet. It is very well taken care of. They have construction currently going on to prevent beach erosion but it wasn't too much of an eye sore or too loud. You can rent umbrellas and chairs if you want....More
The beach was great! It has a beach bar with good food and drinks. It also has cabanas and umbrellas and chair available to rent. There does seem to be some construction going on but no noise the days we were there.
Upham beach as a kid was all but deserted. Many years later it is nice to see that people have taken notice to the Upham Beach experience. The snack shack is reasonably priced and a good place to have food and a beer. You can't...More
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St. Pete Beach beaches in general have not been pet friendly except one at Ft. De Soto. the answer from Clive i just saw is news to me and is welcome. we take our grand dog with us sometimes and would be great to see her... More
St. Pete Beach beaches in general have not been pet friendly except one at Ft. De Soto. the answer from Clive i just saw is news to me and is welcome. we take our grand dog with us sometimes and would be great to see her enjoy the beach at night when she likes to walk.