Many of the guests at Treasure Bay Hotel and Marina ask what activities they can do around the local area without a car. There are several attractions and restaurants within walking distance, but why walk when you can ride in style with the Suncoast Beach TrolleySM! Provided by the City of St. Pete Beach and Treasure Island, the Suncoast Beach TrolleySM is as an affordable way to see all the attractions from St. Pete Beach to downtown Clearwater, FL.
The Suncoast Beach TrolleySM transports visitors every 20-30 minutes from 5:05am to 10:10pm during the week on Monday through Thursday and Sunday. Friday and Saturday have extended service until midnight. You will see the trolley stop bus signs located along the route. Bus fares with the Suncoast Beach TrolleySM are just $2.00 per ride or $4.50 for a Unlimited Daily GO Card. Be sure to have exact change when you purchase a bus pass.
The Suncoast Beach TrolleySM has six different stops including 75 Avenue and Gulf Boulevard near Corey Avenue, Gulf Boulevard and 150 Avenue near John’s Pass Village, Gulf Boulevard and 180 Avenue near North Redington Beach, Beach Walk, Island Estates Plaza, and Park Street Terminal in downtown Clearwater. Click Suncoast Beach Trolley Schedule to see a map and stop schedule.
As one of the stops on the Suncoast Beach TrolleySM, Corey Avenue in St. Pete Beach, FL, is a great place to spend the day exploring specialty shops, restaurants, art galleries, gift shops, beachwear shops, and more! On Sundays, the Corey Fresh Market opens from 9am to 2pm. At Corey Fresh Market you will find fresh produce, plants and flowers, arts and crafts, and great music.
After investing $10 million into the streetscape, downtown Clearwater’s Cleveland Street District is now a must-see stop in the Tampa Bay area. The Cleveland Street District is host to a unique mix of dining, shopping, art, and entertainment in a comfortable setting featuring sidewalks, lush landscape, and spectacular waterfront. The picture above is taken in The Blue Dahlia Marketplace at Cleveland Street District, which sells home decor, clothing, gifts, and jewelry.