Things to Do

in Indian rocks beach

Indian Rocks Beach Nature Preserve

The Indian Rocks Beach Nature Preserve is a 9.3-acre preserve featuring wildlife habitat, native vegetation, wetlands, educational boardwalk, interactive, passive and natural park areas.


Indian Rocks Historical Museum

Learn about the native Indian chief Chic-a-Si who settled in this area to Pioneer settler Harvey Hendrick, to the resurgence of the area in the 1950’s and now a beach paradise.


Seaside Bird Sanctuary

Located in nearby Indian Shores, Seaside serves as a wildlife rehabilitation haven and aims to teach visitors about the process. Since 2016, they have rehabilitated wildlife to release back into the Florida area. As you stroll through the almost 2 acres you will see over 100 different species of birds, that are permanently injured and call Seaside home now.


John’s Pass Village

John’s Pass village is another one of the things to do near Indian Rocks. Located just a 15 minute drive south, in nearby Maderia beach a retiree community that has a laid-back vibe mixed with all things pirate.



Caladesi Island

For off the beaten-path activities in Indian Rocks Beach, head to Caladesi Island. We consider it one of the prettiest islands in Florida! Caladesi Island is located off the coast of Dunedin north of IRB and it is only accessible by boat!



Indian Rocks Beach

There is no shortage of beachfront in Indian Rocks Beach. Head to one of the beaches along the Gulf Coast along the 3 miles of white sand accessible beaches. There are over 27 beach access points in Indian Rocks right off of Gulf Boulevard.