North Redington Beach
Experience the Pristine Beaches of Old Florida
Nestled on the pristine beaches of Pinellas County, between the sparkling waters of the Gulf of Mexico and Boca Ciega Bay, is the friendly little town of North Redington Beach. It is a small town with an eclectic mixture of waterfront single family, multi-family residences, and private resorts fronting on both the Gulf of Mexico and the Intercoastal Waterway.
North Redington Beach offers a quaint collection of local shops, restaurants, motels, hotels, and condos to meet the desires and comfort of our visitors. There are all the services and amenities of a much larger city without the crowds, bustle and impatience.
One of the early noteworthy events was the opening of the Tides Bath Club on January 1, 1936, on approximately one-quarter mile of frontage on the Gulf. This was one of the first premier resorts on the Gulf beaches and included numerous amenities. Many notable people stayed there, including Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe during their marriage. The club was demolished in 1996 and replaced by 214 luxury condominiums.
There are six beach accesses on the Gulf side, which are marked for short and easy passage to the beach. The town has two playground areas for children as well as a tennis court and two pickleball courts for the use of residents and visitors. Also available about one mile north along Gulf Boulevard in the town of Redington Shores is a county owned park which has ample parking, access to the beach and shower and toilet facilities.
Take a closer look at this community by exploring Redington in Focus