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Treasure Island Beach Weddings

121st Avenue Entrance

Wedding Package Pictured: The Serendipity Package

Photo Credit: Jerry Lukas

Our Treasure Island beach weddings location offers a peaceful & uncrowded beach, as wedding couples & their visitors walk over a bridge entrance with lush vegetation (including sea grapes overhead).

They walk onto a spacious,  bright white beach with glistening waters. It is Located on Florida’s beautiful Gulf Coast next to popular Sunset Vistas Resort.

Due to limited parking:  this location is only available when groups are staying nearby or couples who hire group transportation.

Treasure Island Beach

121st Avenue Beach Entrance, Treasure Island, 33706
Beach Gatherings are between $125-$150

Treasure Island Beach
121st Avenue Beach Entrance, Treasure Island, 33706
Beach Gatherings are between $125-$150

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 Treasure Island Beach available here.

Additional Information

Upon request: Our Wedding Concierge will provide you w/a list of local hotels, banquet halls & restaurants in the Treasure Island Beach weddings area.

Due to limited parking:  this location is only available when groups are staying nearby or couples hire Group Transportation.   Ask our Wedding Concierge for Lists please.

Reminder: The St Pete Dining Yacht is located 15 minutes inland from Treasure Island Beach

For further location research:
http://www.mytreasureisland.org
http://www.tampabaybeaches.com
http://islandneighborschamber.org

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.

This beach requires a $125-$150 permit fee. 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.

 

More Details

Within the commercial district (aka “downtown Treasure Island”) are most of the areas shops, eateries & resorts. Located behind its motels & resorts, the unique Treasure Island Beach Walk provides bike riders, joggers & walkers a refreshing break from street traffic. They often quench their thirsts, hear local stories & enjoy Jimmy Buffet style entertainment, at one of the many tiki bars along this beachfront walk.

In addition to condo hotels & other waterside resorts, the Island has small “Ma & Pa” motels where generations of families have been vacationing & celebrating since the 1950’s. Visitors relax within the warm gentle waters of the Gulf of Mexico and make memories when they experience some of the very best sunsets in the world. Even the name “Treasure Island” hints of beachfront romance & adventure.

Nearby Attractions

For more than 60 years the Florida Shell Shop located in south Treasure Island has been providing authentic natural specimens of the state’s signature souvenir.

Restaurants near this spacious spot include Feola’s on the Gulf (inside The Thunderbird Resort), Middle Grounds Restaurant & the Sunset Cafe (at Sunset Vistas Resort).

Treasure Island Beach Weddings

Statistics

Area: 5.3 miles
Population: 6,7034
Distance from Tampa International Airport: 20 miles
Distance from St Pete/Clearwater Airport: 18 miles
Distance from Orlando: 2 hours

Treasure Island Beach History

Treasure Island was first settled by the Timucua Indian tribe who continued to trade with other Indian tribes until Panfilo de Narvaez arrived in the area in 1528. The town is said to have gotten its name because a couple of wooden chests were discovered on the beach, which were claimed to have contained treasure. Soon, the people began to call the beach community ‘Treasure Island’. It is also said that Noel A. Mitchell, who was a developer, was responsible for giving the area its present name. He tried to bolster land sales by spreading news that the community had buried treasure.