ALL County Parks and Preserves will re-open to the public on Friday, September 22nd, with the exception of Ridgecrest Park, which will remain closed due to construction activity.
Pinellas County purchased a .5-acre plot of beachfront property on Treasure Island in 1985 for $1.75 million. A long-term intergovernmental lease between Pinellas County and the City of Treasure Island added a .466-acre parcel to the existing property.
Construction began in May 1991, and the new facility was officially dedicated on January 22, 1992. This .996-acre beach access provides 67 public parking spaces, restroom facilities, a water fountain, beach showers, a bicycle rack, and landscaping.
- parking (fee charged, parking for 67 vehicles)
- water fountain
- beach showers
- bicycle rack