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The Pinellas Trail is a 40 mile long recreational trail suitable for biking, rollerblading and walking.
For those of you who want to enjoy some land based fun, bring the kids to Celebration Station for go-karts, video games, and miniature golfing. Rainbow Lanes offers not only regular bowling, but also the wild and crazy Celestial Bowling with neon lights and glow in the dark balls. Boatyard Village is an interesting and realistic recreation of a 19th century fishing village with many shops and restaurants to visit while looking around. Spend time at the beach, or go deep-sea fishing. Everything is possible in Clearwater Beach. Everything is within walking distance.
The Fun ‘n Sun Festival begins in late April and lasts 2 weeks. Arts and craft shows and a lighted boated parade are just some of the highlights. You can also enjoy year-round cultural events such as music, theatre, and educational shows at the state of the art Ruth Eckerd Hall.
Pier 60 is the long pier that juts out at the middle of Clearwater Beach. It is open 24/7/365 and you can fish from it. In the evening, there is a sunset celebration that lasts from 2 hours before sunset until two hours after. The sunset celebration is operated by a not-for-profit organization. Every evening, you can enjoy entertainers, crafts etc. etc.
Boatrides of all kinds are available: take an exciting ride on the 50 foot catamaran Kai-Lani, try fantasy and party cruises aboard Captain Memo’s Pirate ship, or head out on a Dolphin Encounter Trip or a Dinner Cruise
Clearwater Beach, which is part of the City of Clearwater (pop. 98,800), is connected to the mainland by the Clearwater Memorial Causeway, a landscaped 2-mile drive. The broad, white, fine-grained sand beach and the excellent recreational opportunities in Clearwater Beach attracts both faraway visitors and local residents alike.
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