The Town of Redington Beach, Florida, is located on a barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico. We are bordered by North Redington Beach to the north, Madeira Beach to the south, the Intracoastal Waterway on the east, and the Gulf of Mexico on the west. Redington Beach is primarily a waterfront residential community. Redington Beach is a state chartered municipality, located in Pinellas County, west of Tampa, Tampa Bay and St. Petersburg.
A native from Iowa named David Welch owned most the land from John’s Pass to Indian Rocks Beach CMA. In the early 1930′s a man by the name of Charles Redington purchased the northern end of David Welch’s property and, in 1935, built the first permanent residence in the area. Three cities that Redington owned are Redington Beach, incorporated in 1935, North Redington incorporated in 1953, and Redington Shoresincorporated in 1956.
This primarily residential town of less than two square miles and approximately 1700 residents, is proud host of the new Tides Beach Club. This 214-unit condominium fronts a quarter mile of the Gulf of Mexico. This quaint residential community has private beaches with no public parking and host only three motels on Gulf Blvd.
Redington Beach is approximately 1 square mile in size. Redington Beach boasts 4 town parks, 5 public beach accesses, a causeway with benches for relaxing and fishing, and a community recreation area with basketball courts and a large children’s playground.
The Town of Redington Beach parks are:
- Town Park (corner of Gulf Boulevard and 164th Avenue, Redington Beach)
- Friendship Park (164th Avenue, Redington Beach across from Town Hall)
- Moon Park (beach side of Gulf Boulevard at 157th Avenue, Redington Beach)
- Causeway Park (along 161st Avenue causeway, Redington Beach)
Additionally, there are “triangle” parks replete with beautiful flowers and native foliage plantings located at the intersections of:
- 158th Avenue and Redington Drive, Redington Beach
- 159th Avenue and Redington Drive, Redington Beach
- 160th Avenue and 2nd Street, Redington Beach
- 161st Avenue and 2nd Street, Redington Beach
- Redington Drive & 3rd Street, Redington Beach
The Town of Redington Beach also has 6 beach access points, located along Gulf Boulevard at:
- 155th Avenue Redington Beach
- Moon Park (157th Avenue), Redington Beach
- 158th Avenue, Redington Beach
- 160th Avenue (Beach Parking Lot), Redington Beach
- 162nd Avenue, Redington Beach
- 163rd Avenue, Redington Beach
Town of North Redington Beach, Florida
The Town ofNorth Redington Beach lies in the heart of the Suncoast’s beach communities, halfway between the northern and southern tips of the barrier islands. Incorporated in 1953, North Redington Beach has become one of the area’s most desirable residential communities It is predominately a town of single family, waterfront homes that occupy four fingers protruding in Boca Ciega Bay.
Along Gulf Boulevard, the main thoroughfare that links the beach communities, North Redington Beachoffers a wide variety of housing, commercial and recreational opportunities for residents and visitors alike. These include condominiums, apartments, hotels and motels, fine dining establishments and popular breakfast and lunch restaurants.
A mile long beach with easy access highlights its appeal to residents and vacationers. Once the home of the fabled Tides Bath Club, a resort frequented by sports and show business celebrities, North Redington Beachnow showcases elegant condos, townhouses and homes on that property. With easy access to all the major cities and attractions in Tampa Bay, it is little wonder that 1500 permanent residents and all the seasonal visitors delight in calling North Redington
Town of Redington Shores
The Town of Redington Shores, Florida. Incorporated in 1955, the Town covers 220 acres with 1.19 miles along Gulf Blvd and a total of 6.33 road miles. The Town is divided into four districts. Each district is represented by a Commissioner who is elected by district voters. Redington Shores is a proud Bicentennial Community.
From the sun’s first glimmer over the Boca Ciega Bay until it slips into the Gulf of Mexico, the Town of Redington Shores beckons visitors and residents to enjoy its wide beaches, fishing, boating, pleasant parks, natural beauty, and quiet soothing relaxation.
In addition to the miles of white sandy beaches and spectacular sunsets over the Gulf of Mexico, Redington Shores is an accessible vacation destination offering something for everyone. You will find it all within your reach; whether it’s shopping, water-sports, recreation, golfing, boating, eco-tourism, professional sports, arts, culture, attractions or theme parks.