Our Destinations:  Loving Where We Go

Bahia Beach at Sunset

Bahia Beach Preserve is a 1.4 mile lightly trafficked trail located near Ruskin, Florida.  The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips. 

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Beer Can Island

Beer Can Island, known as one of Florida's hidden gems, is a secluded beach getaway.  The Island features a waterfall and is good for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching.  It is a place  that you don't want to miss.

St. Pete Pier & Waterfront

 

The Pier is located in the St. Pete Pier District and stretches across 26 acres of waterfront property. It offers numerous restaurants, a playground, a family park, Tampa Bay Watch Discovery Center, a shopping plaza, fishing deck, an environmental educational center, numerous artworks,  and many other features.

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Egmont Key State Park

The Park is a secluded island that offers a relaxing  experience where one can collect shells along secluded, pristine beaches. It has a unique natural and cultural history, including a lighthouse that has stood since 1858. In addition to touring the historic sites and trails, visitors can enjoy swimming, wildlife viewing, and picnicking.

Passage Key Island

Passage Key Island a.k.a Naked Island, with it's beautifully sandy beach, is still a popular place for boaters that opt for a clothing optional (why it's called Naked Island) area for socializing. Although you now must keep off the island, you can enjoy the company of others, while standing in ankle deep waters. 

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Tampa Convention Center Marina

 

Just a few steps from the dock connects you to The Sail, a waterfront restaurant and bar on Tampa's Riverwalk. From there you can walk to The Aquarium, Channelside, the Art Museum and more or you can hop on the Downtowner or the Tampa Streetcar and ride to Ybor City.

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