Treasure Island Parks & Trails

MAIN NUMBER & HELP DESK 727-547-4575 ext. 237
recreation@mytreasureisland.org

The Treasure Island park system was designed with the goal that every neighborhood would be within walking distance of a park.

SUNSET BEACH PAVILION
8000 West Gulf Boulevard, Sunset Beach
Beautifully appointed Florida Vernacular architecture, the park lies directly of the Gulf of Mexico and features playground equipment, showers, bathrooms, bicycle rack, vending machines, shaded picnic area and protected dunes. There are metered parking spaces. Great sunset viewing area.

SUNSET VISTA PARK
West Gulf Boulevard & Gulf Boulevard, Sunset Beach
Treasure Island’s newest park, constructed in 2003, features an elevated sunset viewing platform with wide steps to beach. Handicapped accessible, there is an outdoor shower, benches, bike rack, shade areas, protected dunes and environmental information displays.

WECKESSER PARK
88th Avenue and West Gulf Boulevard, Sunset Beach
Directly on the beach, metered parking spaces, community bulletin board, picnic tables. Another great spot for sunset watching. Nautical bell attached to a nearby palm tree is rung every day at sunset.

McLAUGHLIN PARK
Paradise Boulevard and Dolphin Drive, Paradise Island
Open green space, community bulletin board

TRIANGLE PARK
112th Avenue and 3rd Street East, Isle of Palms
Playground equipment, shuffleboard courts and open green space.

ROSSELLI PARK
Capri Circle South and 2nd Street East, Isle of Capri
Large shady oaks surround the playground and the Bill Lyons Little League Ball Field. There are free tennis courts, shuffleboard courts, a horseshoe pit, a basketball hoop, picnic tables. Bathrooms open for events. Open green space and trail-like sidewalk make this park popular for walking the dog.

KINGFISH PARK
Kingfish Drive at John's Pass, Sunshine Beach
Occupies the former location of original John's Pass Bridge, this bridge ramp stub is largely asphalt with landscaping at its edges. Overlooks John's Pass.

TREASURE ISLAND COMMUNITY CENTER PARK
1 Park Place and 106th Avenue
Connected to the downtown business district with landscaped sidewalks, this is Treasure Island’s largest park, home to many annual outdoor events, including the Friday Morning Outdoor Market from December through April. The Community Center is adjacent to the covered pavilion, a popular spot for snowbird music jams. There’s a fitness course, open green space, Veteran’s Memorial and the Causeway Bridge Historical Monument.