Tierra Verde is a beautiful, tranquil, family-oriented residential island community, surrounded by natural lands, the Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay. Small businesses and commercial uses serve to complement and support island residents. The surrounding waters support a thriving recreational boating industry with marinas and boat access points that are complementary to the character and scale of the community
Home to world-famous Fort De Soto Park and its pristine beaches, trails, historic fort and popular campground, Tierra Verde is celebrated for its waterfront views, boating community and local restaurants.
Head south—all the way south—and you’ll reach the boating community of Tierra Verde. The highlight of Tierra Verde is Fort De Soto Park—1,136 acres of award-winning Gulf Coast beaches set on five islands. The list of activities here is long: a historic fort, three miles of beach, two fishing piers (one on the bay, one on the Gulf), a dog beach, a 6.8-mile-long paved recreational trail, a large camping area, and bike, kayak and canoe rentals.
From Fort De Soto, take a ferry to Egmont Key State Park, an uninhabited (unless you count the scores of gopher tortoises and seabirds) barrier island at the mouth of Tampa Bay. Accessible only by boat, Egmont serves primarily as a wildlife refuge. A lighthouse that has stood since 1858 still guides ships past this island. Wander among building ruins and weed-strewn red brick roads. Then head to the water for swimming, fishing, shelling and snorkeling.
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