Johns Pass Boardwalk - Madeira Beach FL
Johns Pass Village is located between 130th Avenue and 129th Avenue on the east side of Gulf Blvd.
The Boardwalk is easily recognizable by the weathered wooden walkway that connects all of the merchants and restaurants, offering a nice view of Boca Ciega Bay in the back. Visitors crowd the railing to watch boats pass or to wave to friends heading out on a fishing charter.
The Boardwalk has two levels. You can normally find locals up on the top deck watching the sun come up over the small bay, and relaxing in some of the comfortable chairs before the crowds appear. Locals usually are gone by 8:00am and only return during Happy Hour at one of the waterfront bars.
At the end on the side farthest east, you can rent boats, WaveRunners's or purchase tickets for parasailing.
Sculley's is another favorite for waterfront dining on The Boardwalk at Johns Pass.
Johns Pass Boardwalk is a nice complement to The Village . It is a fun place to shop, eat some fresh seafood, or just hangout with a cold beer. Keep in mind, it can get pretty crowded between 10:00am and 4:00pm. Make sure you bring plenty of quarters for the parking meters.
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