Madeira Beach Weddings
Madeira Beach Weddings
at Johns Pass Park
The public beach access we use for your Madeira Beach Weddings is at John’s Pass. Across the street from a busy tourist center, this popular wedding site is adjacent to palm trees, lush vegetation, a rocky point, several condo complexes & hotels. Madeira Beach is a city in Pinellas County, Florida, bordered on the west by the Gulf of Mexico and on the east by St. Petersburg.
Photo credit: Grecco Photography
Madeira Beach Wedding Package Pictured:
Crystal Castaway (modified)
John’s Pass Beach Access
12800 Gulf Boulevard
Madeira Beach, FL 33708
2nd Choice: Archibald Park - Entrance
15100 Gulf Boulevard, Madeira Beach 33708
Beach Permit required any sized group
$50 – $100
Upon request: Our Wedding Concierge will provide you w/a list of local hotels, banquet halls & restaurants to support your Madeira Beach wedding & reception.
Public transportation system: Provided by PSTA, the Suncoast Beach Trolley & FreeBeachRide.com
Reminder: The St Pete Dining Yacht is located 30 minutes south. Our Wedding Concierge will book it for you.
Check the average temperature of your wedding day here: www.almanac.com
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. See a few hotel choices here. Ask our Wedding Concierge for more details regarding waterfront Madeira Beach lodging please.
This beach requires a $100 permit fee when booking an equipment wedding. We will guide you through the permitting 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.
Things to Do
Its gleaming waters, beautiful beaches & opportunities for fun are popular with local residents, visitors & beach wedding couples. Every year thousands of tourists & locals visit this prime tourist attraction to experience the water sports, dolphin watch excursions, fishing charters, shops, restaurants & bars.The city is undergoing redevelopment & has recently built a new city hall, fire station & recreation center.
Restaurants near this public beach include Bubba Gump Shrimp Company, Gators Cafe & Saloon & The Sunset Cafe (at Sunset Vistas Beachfront Suites).
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., Madeira Beach
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. on Madeira Beach
Made famous by the movie, fun experiences and good food. Separate dining spaces available.
185 Boardwalk Place, Madeira Beach, FL 33708
Gator's Cafe & Saloon, Treasure Island Beach
Gator’s Café and Saloon on Treasure Island Beach
Gator’s Cafe and Saloon
Touted as the world’s largest waterfront bar, landmark restaurant with several venue choices that have water views. Fun, live entertainment and great food.
Stacy Dillon 727-367-8951
12754 Kingfish Drive, Treasure Island, FL 33706
Sunset Cafe, Treasure Island
Sunset Cafe, Sunset Vistas Beachfront Suites, Treasure Island
Sunset Cafe inside Sunset Vistas Condo Resort
One of our most popular choices for up to 80 ct. Tropical courtyard views and a variety of delicious menu items.
Proprietor Cindy 727-460-3680
12000 Gulf Boulevard, Treasure Island, FL 33706
Area: 3.2 mil
Distance from Tampa International Airport: 28 miles
Distance from St Pete/Clearwater Airport: 15 miles
Distance from Orlando: 2 hours
Madeira Beach Weddings at Archibald Park
This hidden gem of Old Florida has been made world famous by John’s Pass Boardwalk & Village. In the early days, many deep sea fishing fleets were headquartered at this passageway where the Gulf of Mexico meets the Intracoastal Waterway.
Since 1950 the Candy Kitchen has been a Madeira Beach icon. Located at the midpoint of this barrier island, the sweet shop features ice cream, fudge & candy of every description & color. “If you’re not barefoot, you’re overdressed,” is the dress code for Madeira Beach.