A family-friendly Spring Break destination, Clearwater Beach is known for its clear blue waters, white sugar sand and spectacular sunsets. It’s no wonder Clearwater Beach was voted the #1 beach in America.
Spring Break typically runs from as early as mid-February to late April because of the tiered vacation dates of various schools.
If you plan on visiting in early March, you can expect plenty of sunshine and temperatures in the mid- to upper 70s. If you come in April, you will still enjoy lots of sunshine and temperatures ranging in the upper 70s and 80s.
Clearwater Beach also offers plenty of activities for people of all ages to enjoy. Visit Winter, the most famous dolphin in the world, at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium.
Relax and enjoy Sunsets at Pier 60, a nightly sunset celebration featuring artisans, street performers and Clearwater’s world famous Pier 60 sunsets.
Or, take a break from the beach and enjoy a Philadelphia Phillies Spring Training game at the recently renamed Baycare Ballpark.
Here is your Ultimate Guide to visiting Clearwater Beach during Spring Break:
There are a few things beachgoers should know before heading to Clearwater Beach:
– NO alcohol is allowed on the beach or sidewalks.
– Beachgoers are encouraged to spread out and to mask up when going indoors.
– There will be no Park-n-Ride program this year.
– There will be no beach capacity dashboard in operation.
– There will be an increased police presence with the goal of keeping businesses, residents and visitors safe, and to enforce the no alcohol rule.
See the Spring Break video on the City of Clearwater’s Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/clearwaterparksandrec/videos/547346662906752.
Get all the information you need, visit www.myclearwater.com/springbreak.
Information courtesy of the City of Clearwater