Indian Shores Florida
Indian Shores Florida, is home to the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary, a non-profit agency dedicated to the care and release of injured birds native to the Gulf Coast. A colorful bar and a high-end restaurant also epitomize the beach town of Indian Shores.
Indian Shores Florida is in Pinellas County, on the highly coveted white sand beaches. It’s south of Clearwater, north of St. Petersburg and west of Seminole. Indian Shores has a resident population of approximately 1,500.
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The motto of Indian Shores Florida is “A Great Place to Live.” They regularly have community clean-up and beautification days. Additionally, there’s an Indian Shores Property Owners Association in place to help with community activities and governance.
Local Special Events
Indian Shores Florida residents take part in the activities hosted by the City of Indian Rocks Beach Florida. These include community family movie nights, beach art festivals, Easter Egg Hunt, Citywide Garage Sale, Beachfest, Hallowfest, Oktoberfest, Hippie Fest, Festival of Trees, Holiday Tree Lighting, Holiday Lighted Boat Parade, and a Holiday Home Tour.