Clearwater Beach stretches three miles off of Florida's coast. Packed on this beautiful shoreline are loads of exciting things to do. New to the area or from out of town? Check out these things to do in Clearwater Beach this summer!


Although the Sheraton Sand Key Resort might not be the fanciest hotel in town, they offer great rates, nice rooms, and a fantastic pool area, perfect for a trip to Clearwater Beach.

Although the prices might be steep during peak season, the Sheraton Sand Key Resort gives its guests beachfront views and takes but seconds to stick your feet in the warm summer sand. There's also plenty of parking so you won't have to worry about trying to find beach parking.


Clearwater Oyster Company is a must-try for all seafood lovers and foodies alike. If you're looking for a killer lobster roll or rockerfeller oysters, you've come to the right place. If seafood isn't quite your taste, their chicken and waffles are also incredible.


The Bait House Tackle & Tavern is a hole-in-the-wall tavern off the coast of Clearwater Beach next to the marina. Chuck the Bird is an infamous character you might meet at the Bait House Tackle and Tavern who's a local bird that's been getting served scraps here for nearly 9 years! There's nothing like a cold beer or a cocktail after a long day at the beach.

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Pier 60 is a must-see while visiting Clearwater Beach. Visiting the pier is free and a great place to bring friends and family for nightly sunset viewings as well as live-music, crafters, street performers, and fisherman.

Pier 60 is also the perfect place to view the many dolphin families that swim near the shoreline. There are also plenty of bars, restaurants, and shopping all near Pier 60, too!

Clearwater Beach is always the busiest during peak summer months but, honestly, some of the best times to visit are in late September when it's not too hot or crowded.

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