Welcome to the Treasure Island Beach Trail
Treasure Island, Florida has been blessed with one of the most beautiful beaches in the world making it a premier Florida Vacation destination. To make it easy for all to enjoy the best Mother Nature has to offer in Florida, Treasure Island has built and maintained a paved walkway which makes Treasure Island's Beach accessible to all Treasure Island residents and visitors to Treasure Island. The Treasure Island Beach Trail helps make Treasure Island the perfect place for that Florida family vacation.
The beach along the Treasure Island Beach Trail is the perfect location for a Florida Beach Wedding. Treasure Island's wide white sand beach, adjoining hotels and skilled area Beach Wedding Planners make Treasure Island the perfect location for your special day.
Treasure Island Beach Parking Passes
The Treasure Island Parking Permit is a plastic hanger that is placed on the rear-view mirror facing the front of the car. - Find out more
Photographers’ tips for getting postcard-worthy Florida sunset
Most of the magic occurs after the sunset, the pros say. Take a lot of pictures and turn around to see how the setting sun is coloring the landscape.
Feet's arch enemy: Flip-flops
They’re easy, relatively inexpensive and they can be highly fashionable. They’re a symbol of the Sunshine State and its laid-back, go-to-the-beach lifestyle. They are flip-flops, and the very sight of them can make a podiatrist cringe
Learn more about the bird life in the area at Pinellas Bird Life - pinellasbirds.com
Hop on the Suncoast Beach TrolleySM and you can explore all of the unique beach communities from its beginning at Park Street Terminal in downtown Clearwater to 75th Avenue and Gulf Boulevard. Check out the shops on Corey Avenue, enjoy the sights at John's Pass Village, or just take in a beautiful sunset. It's the fun, easy, and affordable way to do and see everything you want to on the beach. The Suncoast Beach TrolleySM runs every 20 - 30 minutes from 5:05 a.m. to 10:10 p.m., Monday through Thursday and Sunday, including holidays, with service until midnight on Friday and Saturday. Look for special trolley bus stop signs located frequently along the route. In addition to the services along Gulf Boulevard, connector routes run between the coast and downtown St. Petersburg. PSTA Bus Operators do not carry cash or make change, exact fare is required. The bus and trolley fare is just $2.00 per ride, or ride all day with an Unlimited Daily GO Card. GO Cards are $4.50 and are available onboard the trolleys, buses, or at various locations countywide. The fare boxes are equipped to handle $1, $5 and $10 bills but do not give change. Click here for the trolley schedule.