North Redington Beach Hotels

The best North Redington Beach Hotels are in the heart of the Pinellas County beach communities, halfway between the northern and southern tips of the barrier islands. North Redington Beach has become one of the area’s most desirable residential communities. It is predominately single family, waterfront homes in the Boca Ciega Bay.

North Redington Beach provides a relaxing escape with its slow and friendly pace. Nearly a mile of beautiful beach slopes gently into the Gulf of Mexico. Although a quieter area, North Redington Beach’s central location means that museums, art galleries and boutiques are not far. You can visit all of the area St. Petersburg & Clearwater Beaches here.

North Redington Beach Weather – When to Visit

The best time to visit North Redington Beach is between October and December. During these months, you'll find low humidity, fewer tourists and many holiday events to experience. However, October and November technically fall within the Atlantic hurricane season, and even though they are not peak hurricane months, you should be aware of the possibility of a storm developing. July, August and September's frequent rainstorms and January, February and March's high volume of snowbirds (retirees and part-time residents from the northern U.S.) make summer and winter two seasons to avoid. If viewing wildlife is your main objective, consider visiting in April, May or June when migratory birds, stingrays and sea turtles are commonly spotted. While the area is different every season, North Redington Beach benefits from warm weather year-round.

Best North Redington Area Beaches

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North Redington Beach

North Redington Beach has a mile of beautiful sand that slopes gently into the Gulf, providing safe bathing for both children and adults. Here you will not find the crowds, bustle and impatience of a larger city.  The beach offers quaint shops, restaurants, motels, hotels, and condos to meet the needs of any visitor.

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Madeira Beach

Madeira (“Mad”) Beach is a popular area option because it’s adjacent to John’s Pass Village Boardwalk, a family-friendly dining and shopping hub. Madeira Beach is the cleanest public beach in the area, and offers a quieter alternative to the more populated beaches. Find beautiful, soft, white sand and turquoise waters are perfect for swimming, sunning, beach combing, diving, jet skiing, parasailing and other water sports.

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Archibald Memorial Beach Park

Archibald offers metered parking spots directly by the beach with four wooden walkovers, public restrooms, two outdoor shower areas, covered picnic area, and two sand beach volleyball courts. Located on site, The Snack Shak provides beach goers a great opportunity to grab a meal or pick up a beverage to enjoy on the beach.

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Redington Shores Beach

Redington Shores offers visitors and residents wide white sandy beaches, abundant fishing, boating activities, parks and spectacular natural wildlife and beauty. It is located midway between Clearwater to the north and St. Pete Beach to the south.

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Best North Redington Beach Area Tours & Activities

Sea Screamer Dolphin Tour Boat Ride Ticket

This is the largest speedboat in the world, situated on one of the best beaches in the USA! Don't miss out on taking a thrilling boat ride through the intracoastal waterway and into the Gulf of Mexico. Look for the wild dolphins, see the awesome views, feel the wind through your hair and take lots of photos. Learn more about the Sea Screamer Dolphin Tour Boat Ride.

Clearwater Dolphin-Watching Tour

Embark on a scenic journey to find bottlenose dolphins on this dolphin-watching cruise near Clearwater in Florida. From Clearwater Bay to the turquoise waters of the Gulf of Mexico, enjoy the incredible views along the Intracoastal Waterway. See and hear about the celebrity mansions on the coast, and listen as the captain shares interesting facts about the natural wonders of the Gulf Coast region. Learn more about the Clearwater Dolphin Watching Tour.

Calypso Queen Tropical Party Buffet Cruise

Take a daytime or evening cruise around Clearwater, Florida aboard the Calypso Queen. A lunch or dinner buffet, as well as an open bar featuring rum punch, wine, and beer, is included. The evening cruise includes a DJ and dancing. Learn more about the Calypso Queen Tropical Party Buffet Cruise.

Sunset Cruise from Clearwater Beach

Watch as day turns into night off the coast of Florida on this sunset cruise from Clearwater. Enjoy the scenery and peaceful calm of a late-afternoon cruise on board a double-decker catamaran vessel with plenty of space to stretch out and soak up the breathtaking view. Watch a beautiful Florida sunset as the sun glows and gently settles into the Gulf of Mexico. Toast the new evening with a glass of Champagne. Learn more about the Sunset Cruise from Clearwater Beach.

Tiki Boat Cruise – Clearwater Beach

This one-of-a-kind floating Tiki Bars is the newest and best way to experience the water. These tiki boats are a lot of fun and should be on everyone’s bucket list! Take in views of Clearwater Beach from the Gulf of Mexico and admire the many stunning homes and boats which line the harbor, all while sipping your favorite drink. The tours offer up-close encounters with dolphins, manatees and other wildlife. Learn more about the Tiki Boat Cruise – Clearwater Beach.

Best North Redington Beach Florida Restaurants

Sweet Sage Cafe $11 – 30

You'll delight in The Sweet Sage Cafe's peaceful atmosphere, a quaint combination of cafe, gift shop, boutique and beautiful outdoor dog friendly garden! They offer a wide variety of breakfast and lunch dishes. Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, & Gluten Free Options. Menu Telephone: 727-391-0453 Web: Sweet Sage Cafe

Seabreeze Island Grill $11 – 30

Enjoy an evening of island infused cuisine at the waterfront. Dive into their extensive drink menu and indulge yourself in their culinary creations. Cap your evening off by pleasing your taste buds with a delicious dessert. Menu Telephone: 727-498-8688 Web: Seabreeze Island Grill & Raw Bar

Frog Pond $11 – 30

They have maintained that the simple formula of great food, unique atmosphere, continued quality, and incredible portions. This is what made and keeps the Frog Pond the most frequented establishment on Redington Beach for breakfast and lunch. Telephone: 727-392-4117 Web: Frog Pond

Conch Republic Grill $11 – 30

Come down to the islands for some great food, lively cocktails, and the friendliest staff on the beach. They specialize in serving great food – they hand cut all our own steaks and fish, and make everything (really, everything) from scratch. Menu Telephone: 727-320-0536 Web: Conch Republic Grill

Bored & Broke Grill $11 – 30

From scratch honest food. It's a small restaurant, so calling in reservations ahead of time is a good idea. Menu Phone: 727-498-7893 Web: Bored & Broke Grill

Best North Redington Beach Florida Bars

Red's on the Boulevard

16905 Gulf Blvd, North Redington Beach Telephone: 727-393-5222 Web: Red's on the Boulevard

Sporty's

17093 Gulf Blvd N, Redington Beach Telephone: 727-395-9807 Web: Sporty's

Mango's Restaurant & Tiki Bar

17120 Gulf Blvd, North Redington Beach Telephone: 727-369-7180 Web: Mango's Restaurant & Tiki Bar

Wine Knot

17477 Gulf Blvd, Redington Shores Telephone: 727-256-2181 Web: Wine Knot

The Conch Republic Grill

16699 Gulf Blvd, North Redington Beach Telephone: 727-320-0536 Web: The Conch Republic Grill

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26 Comments

  1. way2cr

    In this pandemic de to lock down days last year and now this time is very disadvantage for tourism and travel business in low but at the end we are all are wanting relaxation and enjoyment other than available at home.

    North Redington Beach looks beautiful and the sort of place you would want to visit, especially given that you have broken down everything making planning so easy!  I loved the restaurants listings with how much they are and the menu’s. Something to experience for sure.

    Certainly looking at the hotel pictures, you are spoiled for sure, so choosing a hotel will be a tough decision.  I will look at the reviews for each and then decide. I enjoy reading North Redington Beach Hotels guide.. I will also share the link with friends of ours who go to Florida a lot.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Sounds like your bags are packed 🙂  I know that you would enjoy North Redington Beach.  Please let me know if you need any additional information.

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  2. Sammy Allen

    Fantastic beach review. I spend a lot of time in Clearwater and it’s great to find someone who really knows the area well. You know it so well that you gave me a bunch of cool ideas for next time I’m there.  I’ve never gone to most of these bars and haven’t done many of those activities you presented.

    Thanks for providing such a detailed report and filling my mind with anticipation for the next trip!

    Love,

    Sammy

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Well I live in Clearwater 🙂  And I prefer Indian Rocks, Madeira, and Redington because the atmosphere is so laid back and quaint.  The beaches are less crowded and parking is free if you get there early enough.  Can’t be beat. You need to check out this part of the Suncoast for sure!  Thanks for visiting my North Redington Beach Hotels guide Sammy.

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  3. Anna

    Another great article Leahrae. Wonderful pictures and lots of information that anyone thinking of traveling to North Redington Beach Hotels would need. Thank you for doing the research and creating a very nice, informative post for us. The pictures are beautiful and welcoming. We wish we could go right now. I really like the Tours & Activities section. It allows to nicely plan your stay there.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thanks so much Anna for taking the time to leave me comments.  I am glad you enjoyed your visit to my North Redington Beach Hotels guide.

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  4. Rich Gilbert

    We have a trip planned in October to go to Clearwater. It looks like we need to take some time to check out Redington Beach for future trips. We live at the beach in South Carolina. Your review of the area reminds me of our smaller beach town here in SC. Thanks for adding this review to your beach destination guide. 

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      All the beaches I mention along the Suncoast are all easily reachable and not very far.  You can also hop on the trolley and head to different beaches.  October is a great time and the water is still warm.

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  5. Jenny

    North Redington Beach sounds like a great place to visit, especially if you want to see animals.  I love places that are warm.  To me, it just seems more like a vacation than cold places.  I think the dolphin watching would be especially good so I’ll keep that in mind.  Is it a good place to visit with young children?

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Oh yes, your children will have a ball.  There is plenty to keep them busy.  Make sure to take them on the pirate cruise in Clearwater, and take them to the Clearwater Marine Aquarium.  Thanks for you visit.  I’d be happy to answer any other questions that you have.

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  6. Jamie

    Great  synopsis of beaches to visit and where to stay in this part of Florida. How likely are you to shoot some dolphins on the Clearwater Dolphin-Watching Tour? Which hotel is the most kid friendly for 12 and 8 year old girls? It would be nice to arrange some childcare and take the wife on the Sunset Cruise from Clearwater Beach. 

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I would definitely stay at the Opal Resort, the Sandpearl Resort, the Wyndham Grand, or Pier House 60.  All are great for families.    You are most likely to see dolphins. They love chasing the motor, so I don’t know if there has ever been a time when I have not seen them while on the boat.   They like to follow Jet Skis too.

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  7. LineCowley

    I love going for long walks on the beach, but do not like the crowds, so always prefer a quieter place with less visitors. North Redington beach sounds like a perfect destination for me. I like your description that you will not have the crowds, bustle and impatience of a larger city. I like that you include the best season in which to visit and have warned of the “snowbirds”.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      This is a GREAT area to walk along the beach and not have the crowds.  The Redington beaches and the communities (Redington Shores, North Redington and Redington beach) are all small and very, very laid back with really cool hole-in-the-wall places to eat.  

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  8. Shierly

    Hi! Leahrae, looking alone on the photos of the places you recommend visiting are such an amazing beauty. I like that you include when is the best seasons to visit. I enjoyed reading and exploring your article. It gave so much informations that I can put on my lists to hopefully visit in the future. Thank you!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great Shierly, I am so glad you enjoyed.  Thanks for stopping by!

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  9. JJ

    I am always checking for vacation spots because my sisters and our families live far away from each other and once a year we visit somewhere new to us. North Redington looks like an attractive place for us. Look at those lovely beaches. I could see us spending several hours together on those white sands. What I also find attractive is the quiet place even though there are museums and shops to visit. We all live hustle bustle lives and the calm tropical vacations are good for us. Thank you for this introduction

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      It’s not hustle and bustle here, somewhat is on Clearwater Beach.  But none of the other areas.  Pretty laid back.  I’m glad you enjoyed.  There is so much in the area, you’d have a great vacation and never get bored.

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  10. Tamara

    Hi, 

    Such beautiful, amazing places to visit! I love the bright, fresh look of your site. It looks like there are many great things to do, see, and enjoy. Do you have a favorite beach? Hotel? Restaurant? 

    We’ve had a long difficult year due to coronavirus. Photos of blue waters, white sands are refreshing and give me hope for better days ahead. 

    Thanks, 

    Tamara

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I live in Clearwater which is always crowded.  So my favorites are Indian Rocks Beach, Madeira Beach, Treasure Island, and the Redington beaches 🙂  I live here so don’t stay in the hotels, but I do have a condo in Treasure Island that I stay at.  Everything is open here, so come enjoy!

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  11. Ann

    There are things I like and don’t like about North Redington Beach. First there are no lifeguards and lots of seaweed. But it’s a great sandy beach! The beach was not too crowded like Clearwater, when I went. There is plenty of room to play in the gulf and sunbathe. And the best is the amazing sunsets!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, the amazing sunsets are the best!  True no lifeguards.  You do have to go to Clearwater Beach for that, but always so crowded.  I prefer Indian Rocks or Madeira beach.  The seaweed really depends on the tide and the weather.  Sometimes Clearwater has a lot too.  Thanks for visiting beachtraveldestinations.com Ann.

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  12. Cynthia

    I’d never heard of this place before finding this website, which I came across via an online search.

    However, it looks beautiful and the sort of place you would want to visit, especially given that you have broken down everything making planning so easy!  I loved the restaurants listings with how much they are and the menu’s. Something to experience for sure.

    Certainly looking at the hotel pictures, you are spoiled for sure, so choosing a hotel will be a tough decision.  I will look at the reviews for each and then decide. I enjoy reading North Redington Beach Hotels guide.. I will also share the link with friends of ours who go to Florida a lot.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Hi Cynthia, I am so glad you enjoyed my North Redington Beach Hotels guide.   It’s a wonderful area with plenty of great beaches, things to do and lots of restaurants.  

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  13. Cogito

    Hi Leahrae. Thank you for great post and beautiful pictures. After covid year is so refreshing to see  such wonderful place. I’ve never been on North Redington Beach, but looking on your review its perfect place both for parents as well as kids. With beautiful beach and lot of attraction this is must see, and definitely I will put this place on my to go list for this year.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great and glad you enjoyed 🙂  I know that you will enjoy as there is so much in the area and so many places to enjoy.  Thanks for visiting my North Redington Beach Hotels guide.

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