North Redington Beach is located just north of the town of Redington Beach.
It is slightly easier to visit than the exclusive Redington Beach and has a small amount of public parking.
Like its neighbor Redington Beach, North Redington Beach is a quiet residential area without any tourist attractions or many amenities for visitors.
The beachfront in North Redington Beach is filled with medium-sized beachfront houses, condos, resorts and hotels.
The beaches are usually not crowded because the area is relatively difficult for visitors to access.
North Redington Beach Parking
There is a limited amount of street parking and there are not any public parking lots.
Some parking areas have restricted hours. Visitors should be aware of parking regulations to avoid tickets or towing.
There is some parking along Gulf Boulevard. There are approximately 10-15 public parking spaces on a public street named Bath Club Concourse.
Some beach areas are off-limits because it is privately owned by resorts, condominiums and hotels. There are generally signs indicating where private beach boundaries begin.
There is a beach rental service which offers beach chairs and some water sports like kayaks and jet skis.
- The beach is usually not crowded.
- It is easier to visit than its neighbor, Redington Beach to the south.
- There are not many restaurants or amenities for visitors.
- The few restaurants are small and tend to close early.
- There is not much to do except for visiting the beach.
North Redington beach is served by the Suncoast Beach Trolley.