Redington Beach Florida: 5 Guides for First Time Tourists

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Mar 26, 2020 12:00 PM

There are 3 popular beaches in Redington, Florida: North Redington Beach, Redington Shores, and Redington Beach. All of them have the low-key vibe of beaches that are worth your time and money! It’s definitely a nice place to escape from your routines. Not too crowded and the atmosphere is just peaceful.

Redington Beach is a charming beach community where people like to stroll along the white sand shoreline, enjoying the scenery of blue and pristine water. In the background are local houses, some rentals, and trees. The waves on this beach are rather calm, especially in the southern part. You will also find a lot of birds flying around the beach. 

Do you have a plan to visit Redington Beach in Florida? Is it going to be your first time? Worry not! We’re here to give you 5 easy guides before you arrive at the beach so you won’t be totally clueless and make your visit memorable!

Map and location

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Redington Beach is situated in Pinellas County, state of Florida. It's on a barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico. Redington Beach is bordered by North Redington Beach to the north and Madeira Beach to the South. It is approximately 1 square mile in size. 

They have 4 town parks, 5 public beach accesses, a path with benches for relaxing and fishing, and a community recreation area with basketball courts and a large children’s playground.

If you’re coming from Orlando, you will have to travel 112 miles or 2 hours 9 minutes drive.

Redington Beach Weather

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The best time to visit Redington Beach is between October 22nd to April 22nd. This is based on average temperature and humidity from NOAA (the National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration). The hottest months would be in August, July, and June. The lowest chance of rain or snow occurs around mid-October. 

The wind itself in Redington Beach is generally calm. The windiest month is March, and then April and February. Even though it’s not usually crowded, the busiest months in Redington Beach is in March, and then February and January. 

Activities

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As a low-key beach, there are not so many things to do here. You can stroll around this nice beach. You can see some people swim at the beach, play with their children, or trying to use SUP (Stand-Up Paddles). 

Redington Beach Rentals and Hotels

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There are many hotels and rentals you could book for your stay in Redington, Florida. If you’d like to stay in a 2-star rental, we recommend you to book a stay in Sand Vista Vacation Rentals Redington Shores. 

Located on the bay just 1.5 miles away from Redington beach, Sand Vista serves its guests a homey, friendly beach motel that suits the Floridian “Mom and Pop” tradition. You will enjoy your stay at their clean motels and their staffs are ready to help whenever you need.  This motel is also pet friendly, with additional fees if you bring one along. 

Another choice is Anglers Cove which is a 3 star rentals near Redington Beach. If you’re staying here, you’ll be able to enjoy the stunning beach and sunset view. All bedrooms have beautiful views of the ocean, large closets, cable TV, and free WiFi. 

Redington Beach Restaurants

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After you stroll along the shoreline or play with your children in Redington Beach, you must regain your energy back by having a yummy meal. There are many restaurants near Redington Beach that you could visit, some of them are The Conch Republic Grill, Sweet Sage Café, and Frog Pond.

The Conch Republic Grill opens at 11 AM until 9 PM every day. They serve Carribean menu, raw bar, and tropical cocktails with quirky décor and a Key West feel. The fish are fresh and you can choose whether you like it fried, grilled, or blackened. It’s only 1 mile or 2 minutes drive from Redington Beach.

As for Sweet Sage Café, they offer visitors a peaceful atmosphere while eating your meal. It is a combination of a café, gift shop, boutique, and a beautiful outdoor dog-friendly garden. They offer a wide variety of breakfast and lunch dishes from eggs benedict to french toast, tasty wraps to healthy salads.

While you’re at Sweet Sage Café, try their unique Sage Creations, Waffle Daffle, Dairyberry Crunch, and Bruschetta!

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