Indian Shores, Florida
The gorgeous, quiet beach town of Indian Shores lies just south of Indian Rocks Beach and covers just under 1 square mile of land. Vacation rental opportunities within Indian Shores include Gulf front and Intracoastal condominiums.
The population of Indian Shores is about 1,500 residents and during the winter months grows to nearly 5,000 with the influx of northern visitors.
Indian Shores boasts 4 town parks, as well as being the home to the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary, a non-profit organization dedicated to the "rescue, repair, recuperation and potential release" of sick, injured and rehabilitated wild birds that are native to the Gulf coast.
Bordered on both the East and West by water, this peaceful beach community offers gorgeous views from any location. The residents of Indian Shores take pride in their community and enjoy living in such a pristine, friendly and beautiful area.
With the Park Blvd Bridge in the center of town, leading to Seminole and further East to Tampa, only a 30 minute drive, commuting for work is a breeze.
North on the barrier island lies the town of Indian Rocks Beach, south is the Redingtons, including Redington Shores.
As the town motto states, Indian Shores "is a great place to live."