Indian Shores

A town located in Pinellas County, Indian Shores comprises a barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico, just west of the city of Seminole.

The City of Indian Shores maintains a community website, a resource that prominently features upcoming events and news items on its home page. There is also a town calendar function on the website, enabling residents to participate in civic activities and local decision-making.

Indian Shores has many popular attractions and ethically-minded operations, like the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary. While the town is mainly residential, Indian Shores is proud to host several popular businesses like Lu Lu’s Ice Cream and Candy Shop, Island Marine Rentals, the Indian Shores Food Mart, DJ’s Clam Shack, Captains Cove, and the Salt Rock Grill.

Local parks in Indian Shores include the Town Square Nature Park and the popular Tiki Gardens. But perhaps the city’s best feature is its oceanfront. Indian Shores Beach is over 2.5 miles of well-maintained white sand with several public access points and parking areas. Smuggler’s Cove Adventure Golf is a great place to spend the afternoon, and nearby Indian Springs Marina offers local marine storage and additional services.

As for shopping, residents can find most of what they need in locally-owned grocery stores and shops, but the mainland is less than one mile away and just a short drive, walk or ride over the Park Blvd Bridge if needed. Seminole High School is just two miles from Indian Shores, with other schools nearby.

In recent years, the town of Indian Shores has implemented several construction and renovation projects to improve the quality of living for residents. Recent projects include utility under-grounding, road re-surfacing, and new pedestrian safety measures. The town has directed considerable investment into its public works and civil servants. Indian Shores has its own police department and Criminal Investigation Division, furthering residents’ public safety and peace of mind.