Pinellas County is home to sugar sand beaches with crystal-clear water, playgrounds, picnic areas, camping, watersports, and even a historic fort. Because of their natural beauty, our beaches are consistently ranked among the best in the country by various travel destination publications and organizations. Visitors can stay at first-class resorts, fly over the water in a parasail, build a sandcastle, dig in and play beach volleyball, experience glittering nightlife, or eat at world-class restaurants at one of our many developed beaches, or escape from reality and experience nature at one of our undeveloped beaches.
Unfortunately, finding a reliable, comfortable, and safe means of transportation to and along the Gulf beaches is becoming harder and harder to find. This unintended consequence of the immense popularity of the Pinellas County beaches requires a new approach in order to ensure that a positive visitor experience is maintained and the mobility for beach residents is preserved.