Redington Beach, Florida, is located on a barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico of the Pinellas County Coast. Bordered by North Redington Beach to the north, Madeira Beach to the south, the Intracoastal Waterway on the east, and the Gulf of Mexico on the west Redington Beach is primarily a waterfront residential community.
Redington Beach is approximately 1 square mile in size and has 4 town parks, 5 public beach accesses, a causeway with benches for relaxing and fishing along with a community recreation area with basketball courts and a large children’s playground.
Gulf Blvd. is the main drive running north-south through Redington Beach. The Tom Stuart Causeway drawbridge to the south connects Redington Beach to mainland Pinellas County.
Redington Beach is located at 27°48′42″N 82°48′42″W / 27.81167°N 82.81167°W / 27.81167; -82.81167 (27.811669, -82.811546).
According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 1.3 mi² (3.4 km²). 0.4 mi² (0.9 km²) of it is land and 0.9 mi² (2.4 km²) of it (71.54%) is water.
Redington Beach winters can be cool especially if the wind is coming off the cool winter waters of the Gulf. Even on the coolest winter days, Redington Beach is paradise in comparison to the cold of the Northeast and Midwest.
Spring and Fall in Redington Beach are spectacular. Warm days and comfortable nights make for perfect beach days and relaxing evenings.
Summers are hot and humid with afternoon thunderstorms the create numerous dangerous lightning strikes. The Tampa Bay area is the lightning capital of North America. The six-month hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30 and Floridians have learned to be ready when a storm threatens the area.