Do you want to own a home in a treasure of a place? Look no further! Treasure Island, Florida with three miles of white, sandy beaches on the Gulf of Mexico and a smattering of small inlets in Boca Ciega Bay can be your next place of resident. Treasure Island lies north of St. Pete Beach. Residents and visitors enjoy swimming, shelling, sunning, snorkeling, parasailing and more, or simply walk the beach and take in a memorable sunset.
Treasure Island is a small Florida resort city on a barrier island, west of St. Petersburg. It’s known for its beaches, including Sunset Beach, with a boardwalk. The multi-use Treasure Island Beach Trail runs along the shore. Nearby, the city marina and Treasure Bay Golf & Tennis are on Boca Ciega Bay. Shops and eateries fill John’s Pass Village & Boardwalk in the neighboring community of Madeira Beach.
If you’re like me you may have wondered how Treasure Island, Florida got its name? TI got its name from an early hotel owner who buried and then "discovered" a couple of wooden chests on the beach. The hotelier claimed that the chests were filled with "treasure." News of the discovery spread quickly, and people began calling the area Treasure Island. The name stuck.
The main draw for today’s visitors is not buried treasure, but the expansive white sand beaches.
Top neighbors’ interests in Treasure Island include walking, cooking, fishing, travel, volunteering, swimming, kayaking, yoga, golf and dogs.
Why neighbors love Treasure Island: Beach, Safe, Beautiful, Friendly, Location, Walkability, Peaceful Quiet, Restaurants.
Treasure Island was Voted #114 Best Places to Retire in 2018. Learn more here.
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