North Redington Beach is a small island town known for the friendliness of those who live there and the beauty of its beaches.
If you want to live surrounded by water, North Redington Beach will suit you well. Four land “fingers” extend into Boca Ciega Bay on the eastern side of the island, giving residents on each side of the streets a waterfront home, many with private boat slips in their own backyard. White sand beaches meet the sparkling waters of the Gulf of Mexico on the western side of town.
According to the 2010 U.S. Census, 1,417 people occupy North Redington Beach and enjoy an easy beach lifestyle. City tennis courts and children’s playgrounds provide additional recreation. The beach is also an important nesting site for turtles, and the folks of North Redington Beach take great care to protect the turtle nests.
The area has a Hollywood connection as the site of the famed Tides Bath Club, a vacation destination of Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio, and other sports and show business luminaries. The Tides Bath Club is now gone, but the magnificent beachfront site is now home to luxury condominiums, townhouses and private homes.
Population: 1,417 according to the 2010 U.S. Census
Land Area: 0.30 Sq. Miles
Points of Interest: Boca Ciega Bay, Boat Slips, White Sand Beaches. The Gulf of Mexico, Fishing, Sailing, Swimmng.