Pictures and Information from the Great Beaches of Florida – Resource directory of all the great Florida beaches, especially the beaches on the west coast of Florida. These beach photos are free for use on your blog.
One of the best parts of Florida are the beaches. We have personally visited each beach listed here. We have included information on each beach as well as several photos from the beach.
Our list mainly focuses on the beaches on the West Coast of Florida – St. Petersburg and Tampa Bay area.
This is located about 40 minutes South of Tallahassee, Florida. A small beach which is used as a launching area for sailboats. Located in Apalachee Bay.
Beaches near Tallahassee are mostly small for the Gulf Coast.
Located near St. Pete Beach on the Gulf Coast of Florida.
Treasure Island Beach Access
Parking Lot by the Beach
This is a very small beach in the Cape Canaveral area of Florida. Not many people go to this beach as it is not a typically developed beach area. Entrance is free.
This is a smaller beach in the Northern area of Florida on the Atlantic Coast. There is street parking available.
This is at the north end of Canaveral National Seashore on the Atlantic Coast of Florida. About 10 miles south of Daytona Beach. There is also an Apollo Beach in the Tampa Bay area. This New Smyrna area beach costs FIVE dollars just to enter the beach area.
This is a beach in the middle of the town of Cocoa Beach. This is a free beach with a nature center – grills – volleyball court and boardwalk. At 1500 Atlantic Avenue. Considered one of the Space Coast Beaches.
Canaveral National Seashore South. This is very close to the Kennedy Space Center – so close that is is closed hen there is a shuttle launch pending. There is a FIVE dollar entrance fee.
One of the amazing Florida beaches. This is located on the East Coast of Florida, about 25 miles North of Miami.
Address: Ft. Lauderdale Beach, Florida
This is located in the Ft. Myers area of Florida. Lover’s Key State Park is located in Lee County between Ft. Myers Beach and Bonita Beach, on the Gulf Coast of Florida.
The state park has nature trails,
and a beach area.
You can take the free trolley to the beach, or walk (the FREE trolley is recommended). To enter the park there is an $8 admission fee. This is one of the four barrier islands that area part of the state park.
This is a beach in the Naples area. Located at the end of a long brick road. This beach entrance costs $8 and features a small nature preserve and beach area. Located south of Ft. Myers and just north of Naples, Florida. A decent Florida beach, but rather expensive for the size.
Photo gallery is of the beach and the preserve at Barefoot Beach. There is a brick road that leads to this beach – photos in the gallery include houses in the area as well as the brick road. Photos …