The Best of Redington Shores! The Town of Redington Shores brings lures visiting and residents alike to enjoy its wide white sandy beaches, abundant fishing, boating activities, the parks and spectacular natural wildlife and beauty. The semi-tropical barrier island community of Redington Shores sees 360 sunny days a year. It has the typical the charm and variety of activities found on Florida’s Sun coast.
If you are looking to escape it all this is the beach for you! Redington Shores is calm and serene. This quaint community is a great way to spend your days relaxing in the sand and enjoying your own personal stretch of beach. There is no shortage of activities here. You can spend the day enjoying the white sandy beaches or fishing and boating. You can also enjoy water sports like parasailing, paddle boarding, kayaking, jet skiing or taking out a paddle boat. No matter the adventure, Redington Shores has something for everyone. It’s the perfect place for a family getaway. Redington Shores offers great restaurants and other diversions in a compact area, and Redington Long Pier provides one of the best spots to fish directly on the Gulf of Mexico. You can visit all of the area St. Petersburg & Clearwater Beaches here, or visit us on Pinterest.
Redington Shores Florida Weather – When to Visit
The best time to visit Redington Shores 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, Redington Shores benefits from warm weather year-round.
Best Redington Shores Area Beaches
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.
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.
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.
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.
Best Redington Shores Restaurants
Salt Rock Grill $31 – 60
For an evening of fine dining, elegant atmosphere, superior service and genuine hospitality, Salt Rock Grill is your destination. Steaks are first-rate, lobsters monstrous, wine cellar deep, seafood and fish souped up in spicy broth. Menu Telephone: 727-593-7625 Web: Salt Rock Grill
Sweet Sage Cafe $11 – 30
The Sweet Sage Cafe offers a wide variety of breakfast and lunch dishes, from their many creations of Eggs Benedict to French Toast, Delectable Wraps to Healthy Salads. Try their unique Sage Creations, Waffle Daffle, Dairyberry Crunch, Bruschetta and even a dog menu! Menu Telephone: 727-391-0453 Web: Sweet Sage Cafe
Seabreeze Island Grill & Raw Bar $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
Mario’s $11 – 30
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
Best Redington Shores Bars
Mangos Restaurant & Tiki Bar
17120 Gulf Blvd., North Redington Beach Telephone: 727-369-7180 Web: Mangos Restaurant & Tiki Bar
Wahoo’s Waterside Pub & Patio
17801 Gulf Blvd., Redington Shores Telephone: 727-393-5525 Web: Wahoo’s Waterside Pub & Patio
18121 Gulf Blvd., Redington Shores Telephone: 727-393-4470 Web: Friendly Tavern
Fort Knox Bar on the Beach
17801 Gulf Blvd, Redington Shores Telephone: 727-393-5525 Web: Fort Know on the Beach
17477 Gulf Blvd, Redington Shores Telephone: 727-256-2181 Web: Wine Knot