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Indian Shores Beach Weddings

Across from Town Hall

Indian Shores Wedding: The Serendipity Package

Photo credit: Jerry Lukas

Indian Shores Beach Weddings across from Town Hall

Indian Shores is a favorite with our beach wedding couples. It offers a tranquil beautiful beach for groups under 35 ct. Most couples choose this location when their Reception is planned at one of our area’s most popular restaurants – The Salt Rock Grill, located across the street. Everyone parks at the Town Hall of Indian Shores, then walks across the street to the beach entrance. There are many private condo residences in this quiet town, providing a relaxed atmosphere for Indian Shores Beach Weddings.

19305 Gulf Boulevard  |  Indian Shores 33785

$115, including a $25 admin fee for additional correspondences required by the City.

Entrance Across from the Town Hall

19305 Gulf Boulevard  |  Indian Shores 33785
$115, including a $25 admin fee for additional correspondences required by the City.

Sunset weddings start one hour prior to the sun hitting the horizon. This provides ample time for the ceremony, followed by the beautiful, colorful sunset photographs. Sunset times for Indian Shores Beach available here.

Additional Information

Upon request:
Our Wedding Concierge will provide you w/a list of local hotels, banquet halls & restaurants near the community of Indian Shores Beach.

For further research:
The City of Indian Shores 
The Beaches of Tampa Bay Chamber of Commerce

Check the average temperature of your wedding day here: www.almanac.com

This beach requires a $100 site fee and longer lead time than other beach locations. 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.

Indian’s Shore’s motto is “a great place to live.” It is a clean & quaint beach-front community located on a barrier island just west of Seminole, St Petersburg & Tampa, Florida. It is bordered by the beach communities of Indian Rocks Beach to the north and Redington Shores to the south. For those who love shoppers, there are boutiques & other stores. Waterfront restaurants cater to the casual as well as formal diners.

The St Pete Dining Yacht (to the south) and the Clearwater Beach Yacht & Party Boat (to the north) are located 35 – 40 minutes away. Click here for details.

Nearby

Restaurants for after wedding gatherings near The Indian Shores Town Hall Beach Access include The Salt Rock Grill, Mango’s (inside the Doubletree Beach Resort by Hilton) & The Caddy’s the Pub Waterfront Restaurant.

Statistics

Area: 0.9 square miles
Population: 1,420
Distance from Tampa International Airport: 26 miles
Distance from St Pete/Clearwater Airport: 13 miles
Distance from Orlando: 2 hours

The Suncoast Sea Bird Sanctuary

https://seasideseabirdsanctuary.org/

Indian Shores is home to the Seaside Seabird Sanctuary. These birds include grey heron, white egret, skimmers, owls, seagulls & pelicans. This unique beachfront aviary rescue is the largest wild bird hospital and bird sanctuary in the  United States.

Up to 5,000 birds are admitted each year. Some of the Sanctuary’s permanent residents have even starred in Disney films. Over 100,000 visitors tour this central Florida waterside attraction each year to enjoy its educational &, photo opportunities, gift shop and bird watching.

Founded in 1971 by zoologist Ralph Heath, the Sancuary is staffed by experienced professionals and dedicated volunteers. Similar to a human hospital, it is equipped with emergency facilities, a surgical center, and indoor and outdoor rehabilitation areas.

One of the Sanctuary’s biggest success story is in the captive breeding & releasing of the eastern brown pelican. The innovative breeding program and groundbreaking rehabilitation techniques have been featured in  The New York Times, The Smithsonian, 20/20 , The Today Show and On The Road With Charles Kuralt. Over the years the Sanctuary has been firmly established itself as a Central Florida attraction.