Indian Rocks Beach, FL Local Area Information

About Area

Indian Rocks Beach residents call this community of about 4,000 people "a little piece of heaven." Stretching about 2.5 miles along the Gulf of Mexico, the city is known for its quaint cottages, neighborhoods that feature all types and styles of homes, duplexes and small condominiums. Along the gulf there are larger condominiums, motels and resort hotels, and an eclectic mix of shops, taverns and restaurants. The city was initially developed in the 1920s as a weekend getaway for area residents.

This is an active community, featuring a historical museum, art center city-wide events, including the Beauty & the Beach Festival, Fall Arts Festival and Oktoberfest. Accommodations range from bed and breakfast inns to the full service Holiday Inn Harbourside Resort. There are numerous restaurants including Guppy's, PJ's Oyster Bar, and Crabby Bills.

Parking is available at its many beach access points (there are 26). The Jolley Trolley also rolls through regularly.

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