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Top Boat Tour Destination: Fort De Soto Beach and Park

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Fort De Soto Park is simply beautiful. You can soak in miles of serene imagery while gazing at the sandy shoreline. This county park covers five islands and 1,136 acres on the Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay. This is a must see in Pinellas County, Florida. From amazing ecology to historical sites, it has it all. The beach is an absolute treasure and offers fun for the whole family. Find colorful seashells, check out white sand dollars, watch the birds, and more. Book your private boat tour today!

Private Boat Tours of Fort De Soto Beach

Private Boat Tours of the Skyway Bridge Lights

Ready to explore Fort De Soto Beach? Take in the Florida manatees, wading birds, sea turtles and other native creatures. Splash in the the tidal waters while marveling at the wildlife. This place offers serenity, beauty, and diversity. Contact us to book your boat tour and enjoy all the beauty Fort De Soto Beach has to offer.

What is There to See and Do in Fort De Soto Park?

  • Several thousand acres of firm-bottomed shallows, making the area a favored destination of wading anglers

  • Two piers, each allowing fishing. Both have bait, tackle and food concessions.

  • Various picnic areas.

  • Fort De Soto, built in 1898, abandoned in phases 1910 to 1948.

  • Quartermaster Storehouse Museum.

  • Two swimming areas, North Beach and East Beach. North Beach has been named to "America's Top 10 Beaches" list by Dr. Beach numerous times. In 2005 it moved to the first place in this list, being recognized as America's Best Beach.

  • 800-foot boat ramp.

  • Camping area with a camp store, modern restrooms and laundry room.

  • Snack bar with gift shop at the old fort.

  • Seven-mile multi-purpose trail.

  • 2¼ mile canoe trail.

  • Barrier-free nature trail.

  • Paw Playground, an area to exercise pets.


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