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What travelers are saying
- We we’re staying in downtown St Pete and wanted to see the sunset so we took an Uber and got to the Hurricane restaurant when we noticed a cute little outdoor seafood shack with live music. Perfect spot for the sunset and a cold beer. The food looked good . Nice change of pace.Written November 20, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The beach is packed. But we can’t ask for the opposite: it’s a beautiful beach! The rocks make it even more beautiful! The water is warm, clear and full of small fish. The sand is white and soft. A lot of shells can be found. There are some tents, I guess for everyone to use. There are also volleyball nets.Written October 8, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Situated on the north end of St Pete Beach, Upham Beach is covered with the famous Gulf Coast white sand. Because of the nearby jetty there are a couple of smaller lagoons where kids can play, out of the surf. Not that there is ever much surf here, per se. Most days, the Gulf is calm. There is a snack bar/restaurant at the beach called the Paradise Grill. Don't let its looks decieve you, the food is quite good here and priced right, and they sell beer. There are also bathrooms and a shower if needed. Parking can be a bit challenging, especially on weekends or holidays, beware. You also have to use a parking app, which some older vistors may struggle with. Great beach witha mixture oflocals and tourists alike.Written November 17, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- go when the fishing trips come back to watch the pelicans they love the fillet left overs! Capt Randy and his crew are very friendly the views are great from the pierWritten January 31, 2023
- Located in what looks like it could have been an old gas station, Mastry has quite a few little areas to sit down a have a beer. There is the main area with the taps and seating with a bar ledge that looks out to a covered patio alongside the road. There is an area in a container also and they have a full time food truck that shields much of the brewery from the road. We started with a flight of good beers, but then found their outstanding Hefeweizen, that had a nice crisp taste. The gentleman behind the bar that Wednesday was very personable and informative. The food truck, The Kitchen at Mastry's had a respectable menu, and we liked the Old Bay wings a lot, but thought the fish spread was OK, but since it was our 1st time having it, we had nothing to compare it to. We liked the atmosphere of Mastry's and would certainly revisit.Written May 22, 2023
- Loved the history of this area, don't miss an opportunity to explore this museum. Volunteers there are extremely informative and super friendly.Written May 11, 2022
- Order online. Stopped in but the preferred method for shipping was via website. Website easy to navigate.Written October 6, 2023
- Going to the market on a Sunday is always a good thing to do. And doing it on Corey Avenue is excellent. There is a booth of everything you can imagine. There is food. There are flowers. There is art. There is a shirt or two. There is cheese and bagels and breads and honey. It is all there on the avenue. And if that was not enough there are bars and restaurants open in time for a snack, a drink or brunch. It is the place to be on the Sunday.
Of course, not on Sunday the bars and shops and restaurants are open. That does not change. It is always there. It has been here for decades. I remember going as a kid with my grandfather. Nothing in concept is different. Just the places and the people.
We have a few of the places we like to shop in. The farmers market is perfect. Fresh fruit and vegetables are there. It is ideal to get fresh products and not shop in a grocery store. We also hit the Italian market. The owner is wonderful. We go all the time and he speaks Italian to us. He also keeps what we normally request on the side so we don;t have to ask. It is there.
The same with the bread booth. They brings the bagels in from NYC. And that is ideal for a New Yorker. It can remind me of home sometimes.
Corey Avenue is on the list and we go every weekend. Best part is I can walk there from my home.
Be there this weekend. Bring a bag.Written February 8, 2023
- A great facility fronting the waterfront. Greatly enhanced each autumn by the quality bands and the work of the local fire service supporting this open air venue. For visitors like us it's one of the reasons we come back to St Pete Beach each year.Written November 2, 2018
- long standing local beach art gallery.my wife and i have been customers for many years. art,crafts framing mostly beach casual the owner is pleasant helpful honest and does framing for different aplacationsWritten December 16, 2018
- Newly renovated, it's a beautiful space with great people and programs. Walk the labyrinth, check out the book studies, see sermons and worship services online, take a yoga class. etc. Great event space for weddings and other community events. pagchurch.org.Written May 4, 2020
- The Dolphin Shopping Center was so convenient while staying at the nearby Sirata we must have made 2 or 3 stops at the Publix and the Dollar Store. We also had a late lunch at the Chick-fil-A on check in day. There is a CVS, a few other restaurants, UPS store, Swim N Play and a few more. The shopping center comes in handy having the only grocery store on the island.Written May 25, 2023
- Floating Water Park is a great entertainment - and a proper exercise - on the beach, if you are up to it.
It's all anchored at the Tradewinds Island Grand at St. Pete Beach, and it also advertises all kinds of water activities they offer. The offer for using Floating Water Park has a reasonable fee - per person, per hour. There are proper safety requirements - life jackets are a must, plus the certified lifeguards are on duty.
Floating Water Park is located about 60 feet of the shore line, and it includes slides, climbing rafts, inflatable loungers, splash mats and runways, trampolines, and also a balance beam (for groups to compete).
There's also a huge Freestyle Slide there, but this one is on the beach.
As for Floating Water Park, it is closed from January through mid-March, then it has scheduled hours and days. And of course, its operation highly depends on the weather and water conditions.
Lately, this water park looks somewhat smaller than it used to be. Not sure, how this is explained - the economics of demand and supply, I gather.Written May 27, 2019
- This is a very beautiful park with a beautiful covered area for picnics and barbeques. It has a super playground for young children with lots of fun activities. It also has a great dog park. There is also a dock where sometimes you will see people trying their luck at catching that big fish. Or you can just have a seat on the park bench and watch the boats go by. Very beautiful and well kept park.Written January 3, 2018
- The Chamber not only serves as a service to visitors, but they support local business and sponsor events along the beaches. Great group of people.Written April 4, 2020
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