General Information About Indian Shores

Indian Shores Vacation Rentals are popular with snowbirds and visitors in other seasons as well! The favorite activity in this quiet beach community revolves around the more than two miles of soft, white sandy beaches as you might have guessed!Other reasons why folks visit this quiet beach community include the seabirds and conserved natural habitats in town. Indian Shores is home to:

The Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary, one of the largest not-for-profit bird hospitals in the United States. Dedicated to the care and release of injured birds, the Seabird Sanctuary is open daily, and admission is free.
Town Square Nature Park, where you can take a stroll on its 800-foot boardwalk, which winds through beautiful, natural Florida landscapes that includes mangroves on its way to a fishing pier.
Mayor Bob McEwen Veterans Park, with its picnic benches, barbecue grills and excellent intracoastal waters fishing.
The Tiki Gardens public beach access, formerly a well-known tourist attraction, is directly on the Gulf of Mexico.
Indian Shores was initially developed in the 1920s as a weekend destination for the wealthy. Today this community is a popular getaway destination for visitors from around the world. For a lovely, quiet getaway, choose a Superior Small Lodging or cottage when choosing an Indian Shores Vacation rental.