6 To-Do’s on Spring Break in Treasure Island in 2021
Last year, most Spring Break options were canceled from the pandemic, leaving hotels and beaches empty and small businesses shattered. 2021 is a new year, and with precautions in place, lots of people are now venturing back to vacation life and taking back their lost time. If you miss Page Terrace and Treasure Island as much as we miss you, or if you are looking for a new destination spot, here are some of the best things to do in Treasure Island, FL!
#1. Boat Rentals
Rent a boat from Treasure Island Boat Rentals
“When you embark and get underway from our dock here in Treasure Island you can head south – cruise along St Pete Beach and see the Don CeSar. Take in the wildlife offered by the Boca Ciega Bay Aquatic Preserve and continue on through Tierra Verde toward Shell Key.”
It is only a short 10 minute (.03 mile) walk from Page Terrace to start an afternoon of adventure!
#2. Wildlife Encounters
Kiss a gator at Alligator & Wildlife Discovery Center
“Our immediate goal is the provision of humane, professional care for pet surrenders and orphaned native wildlife that cannot be returned safely to the wild.”
This facility is home to over 180 animals including alligators, lizards, pigs, skunks, guinea pigs, rabbits, snakes, sloths, fish, and more! Alligator & Wildlife Discovery Center strives to provide education to the public about the natural history, importance of, and ways in which we can coexist with the rich diversity of wildlife in the world. It is just a short 2 mile drive from Page Terrace.
Parasailing the Pass is the sole provider of such adventures in the city, and trained staff provide a safe environment that allows visitors to see the coastline while soaring high above the water. The company also offers scenic nature tours by boat where you can see dolphins.
Photo from Middle Grounds Grill
#4. Seafood Cuisine
Try the top rated Middle Grounds Grill. Upscale dining with local, fresh seafood, Certified Angus Beef steaks, and pasta This restaurant is loved by many for the great food and atmosphere it brings to Treasure Island. Enjoy nights out here with live bands as well! Plus it is only a very short .08 mile drive from Page Terrace!
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#5. Weedon Island Preserve
Visitors to St. Petersburg can spend an entire day immersed in nature at the 3,190 acres of green spaces and natural waterways at Weedon Island Preserve. A hiking trail snakes along boardwalks through areas featuring tidal flats and mangrove forest. Enjoy other adventurous activities like kayaking, fishing, bird watching, and more! Located only 35 minutes from Page Terrace, have a nice drive with the windows down and enjoy your vacation! Check out their website here!
#6. The Best Sunsets
View the best sunsets on Treasure Island right from Page Terrace! Sit in the warm sand or enjoy a relaxing walk! There are washrooms, outdoor showers, and a picnic area, but the best thing about this park is the opportunity to see Manatees and dolphins swimming close to shore.
Treasure Island has everything to offer from relaxing spas, museums, night-life experiences, and more! All you have to do is come here and find it! Book a stay at Page Terrace Beachfront Hotel this Spring Break and learn more about how amazing this place really is!