INDIAN ROCKS BEACH, Fla. — Indian Rocks Beach is a quaint small town that has largely remained untouched by massive hotel chains and restaurants, giving it a very charming appeal.
What You Need To Know
- Indian Rocks Beach residents created a self-guided walking tour
- "It's just a homey, welcoming place," one of the tour's founders says
- The tour includes cottages from the early 1900s
Recently, residents joined together to create a self-guided walking tour: the Historic Walking Tour of Indian Rocks Beach. The tour takes guests to multiple spots including the area's iconic cottages with some of them dating back to the early 1900s.
“We want to show people the charm the and quaintness of Indian Rocks and really showcase the older buildings in the area," said R.B. Johnson, one of the tour's founders.
The tour takes you all over this coastal town that has not changed too much over the years, as you can see inside its museum, which houses a look back at the men and women who helped found this community.
“People who live here are proud that Indian Rocks. (It) feels so different than other beach communities and that it hasn't been overdeveloped. It's just a homey, welcoming place,” Johnson said.