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John's Pass / Madeira Beach, Florida is abundant with outdoor activities, including charter fishing, manatee/dolphin watching, golf, animal sanctuaries, parks and gardens, historical sites, snorkeling and scuba diving, and all water sports, like jet skiing and boating. The following list includes outdoor activities from our favorite local business sure to make your Florida vacation a memorable one.

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(727)-392-5345

Discover local public golf courses in the Madeira Beach / St. Petersburg / Tampa area, as well as our featured course, The Tides, overlooking the beautiful Boca Ciega Bay in Seminole.

(813) 935-8552

ZooTampa at Lowry Park is operated by the Lowry Park Zoological Society, a charitable organization committed to excellence in education, conservation and...

(727) 393-1947

Travel around Upper Boca Ciega Bay on the 54-foot Sea Adventure boat. Dolphin sightings are guaranteed, but also keep an eye out for sea-turtles, manatees and many other marine birds and fish! All cruises are narrated, with drinks (free beer!), snacks, and a bathroom provided.

(727)-393-1947

Hubbard’s Marina has charters ranging anywhere from 5 to 63 hours, and with their experienced crews and captains, you're always bound to have a good trip.

813-855-4401

Start your day with an afternoon of world-class Thoroughbred racing. Then, check out the high-stakes action in The Silks Poker Room, or...

Located 15-20 minutes from your vacation rental, Boca Ciega Park is more than a typical park — it's an ecosystem. Photograph wildlife, kayak through the mangroves, go fishing, or check out the view from the 35 foot tall "bird tower."

727-462-2628

Our family-owned operation has been serving locals and visitors in St. Petersburg/Clearwater since 1986. What started as a single vessel operation has...

(727) 582-2100

The Florida Botanical Gardens are located 20-25 minutes from your vacation rental. Between five major gardens, you'll enjoy beautiful flowers and plants as far as the eye can see. If you're visiting during the holidays, come see the Christmas lights at the Botanical Gardens.

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