Indian Rocks Beach Florida
Indian Rocks Beach Florida offers nearly three miles of beautiful and accessible beaches along the Gulf of Mexico. The city is a heavy tourist destination, with people come from all over the world to visit the fine beaches and watch the beautiful sunsets. Indian Rocks Beach is home to several retail businesses and quaint restaurants to keep everyone entertain.
The City of Indian Rocks Beach is a thriving community that has maintained most of its original character, and supports a lively mixture of recreational activities. From the Nature Preserve, to the parks, to the sandy shores, there is something for every visitor and resident to Indian Rocks Beach.
Indian Rocks Beach Florida is in Pinellas County, on the highly coveted white sand beaches. It’s south of Clearwater, north of Seminole and west of Largo. Indian Rocks Beach has a resident population of approximately 4,300.
Did you know?
Legend has it that Florida’s beach community of Indian Rocks Beach Florida reputedly got its name when a native medicine man miraculously healed his chief with the waters from a natural sulfur spring believed to have been located in Kolb Park across from Indian Rocks Beach City Hall. Early settlers seeing the Indians on their way to the “rock encircled spring” would say, “The Indians are on their way to the rocks.”
Local Special Events
Indian Rocks Beach Florida hosts annual community events. These events that create opportunities for its community to interact, celebrate, and enrich residents’ and visitors’ lives. Indian Rocks Beach has a very active community calendar. Activities 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.
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