Indian Rocks Beach Weddings
The two public beach accesses in Indian Rocks are located at 4th Avenue & 17th Avenue.. These quaint waterfront areas are nestled amongst condominiums, motels and apartments. Indian Rocks, with its 27 access points along Gulf Boulevard is popular with locals and visitors alike. Sea Oats & other vegetation greet them as they walk over little bridges, onto the sparkling sand that is close to the water’s edge.
4th Avenue & Gulf Boulevard 33785
Beach Permit required for large groups: $100
Upon request: Our Wedding Concierge will provide you w/a list of local hotels, banquet halls & restaurants in the Indian Rocks Beach area.
Public transportation system: Provided by PSTA, the Suncoast Beach Trolley & Freebeachrides.com
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Note: Public beach accesses are the most popular wedding location choice. Our Wedding Concierge will assist you to find the perfect public beach access nearest your lodging. Hotels will require the courtesy of asking their permission or scheduling with the facility for a fee.
This beach requires a $100 site fee when booking an equipment wedding on Indian Rocks Beach. We will guide you through the process, As we have all the proper insurance requirements, we are able to service all 24 miles of our beautiful Florida Gulf Coast. See our favorite Florida beach wedding locations here.
At 4th Avenue most find nearby parking within the downtown area of Indian Rocks Beach one block away. At 17th Avenue there is a large public parking lot. The numerous other accesses offer parking for approximately ten cars.
Sun bathers from all over the world visit this barrier island escape that lies between the Gulf of Mexico & the Intracoastal Waterway. They enjoy Indian Rock’s fine beaches, the calming surf & the relaxing, stress free atmosphere of a small town.
Also found within the city are several retail businesses and quaint restaurants where freshly caught shore dinners can be experienced.
When mullet fishing was a mainstay along the shores of this area, 8 wooden fishing piers jetted into the Gulf. Today, the only remaining fishing pier is located in Redington Shores, the town north of Indian Rocks Beach.
Aqua Prime, Indian Rocks
Area: 1.4 square miles
Distance from Tampa International Airport: 25 miles
Distance from St Pete/Clearwater Airport: 12 miles
Distance from Orlando: 2 hours
History of Indian Rocks Beach
When mullet fishing was a mainstay along the shores of this area, 8 wooden fishing piers jetted into the Gulf. Today, the only remaining fishing pier is located in Redington Shores, 2 towns north of Indian Rocks Beach.
The Indian Rocks Beach Historical Museum operated by the Indian Rocks Indian Rocks Area Historical Society and Museum was founded in 1980. This enthusiastic group of volunteers collect, preserve & share the history of Indian Rocks (an area that originally included what is today Indian Rocks Beach, Indian Shores, and a part of Largo). Indian Rocks Beach, Florida got its name when a native medicine man miraculously healed his chief with the waters from a natural rock-surrounded sulfur spring once located across from Indian Rocks Beach City Hall. Now Indian Rocks Beach is a thriving community that has maintained most of its original character and supports a lively mixture of recreational activities. In addition to its sandy shores, visitors may explore the nature preserve & other parks.