Just imagine a place whose slogan is ‘Bright and Beautiful, Bay to Beach’.
Clearwater has been voted the number one beach in America by Trip Advisor readers and among the Top 10 by USA Today.
Why not take a vacation to this gorgeous beach and enjoy many days of serene views and fun activities?
With many of us suffering from the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic, it is but natural for anyone to wonder about the costs involved in a trip, especially the amounts spent on entertainment.
You’ll be glad to know that there are many free things to do in Clearwater which will keep you entertained for hours. So, leave those worries at home and head out for this magical place now!
The very first place that won’t cost you a dime is the award-winning Clearwater beach itself. Just pack a picnic basket, towels, and chairs, and you can spend hours altogether bonding with nature (if it’s just you) or with family members.
If you loved your time on the beach, there is another one with sugary soft sand calling out to you – the Sandy Key Park Beach. There are fewer crowds here and ample space for family fun. If you want to splurge, you can go in for watersports, bike rentals, or kayak hire. Else, you can take a nature trail, do some bird watching or even see sea turtles laying eggs!
For more ‘natural’ fun, you can go to the Moccasin Lake Nature Park. This 51-acre land is abundantly rich in wildlife and plant life, making it a joy to visit. There are numerous ponds and creeks here with trails and boardwalks across them. You can enjoy close encounters with turtles, butterflies, tortoises, and even raccoons here. Lots of camos and classes are held here and you can enroll in any of these.
Your next stop can be the Florida Botanical Gardens, a majestic 182-acre park with gorgeous flora and fauna. There are several different landscapes here that you can explore via walkways. Other attractions are a heritage village, creek, and herb garden. You can easily spend an entire day here exploring its offerings and all of these without pinching your pocket.
If you want to be near the salty waters of the sea again, just head over to Clearwater Beach Marina. The buzz of maritime life is hard to ignore, after all! There are lots of local restaurants serving delish grub and shops selling stuff you can carry as souvenirs back home. If you want to partake of the watersports here, you can go for parasailing, high-speed boat tours, and dolphin boat tours. Else, just sit back and have an ice cream while taking in the magnificent views of the water.
Your Clearwater, FL, vacation will surely leave you with many fond memories that you’ll treasure for a lifetime. Interested in making a visit to this gem of the gulf coast? Book today!