BeachHunter's Florida Gulf Beaches Access Guide
The Florida Gulf Beaches Guide is filled with 286 pages of beach goodness. It covers 120 beaches on the Gulf coast from Tarpon Springs to Marco Island and includes 21 maps as well as 120 black and white photos. It's based on author David McRee's personal experiences and since he was born in Florida, has lived there his whole life and has personally visited each and every one of these beaches, well, he knows what he's talking about!
Everything inside the book is well documented and organized with great attention to detail. All the beaches are numbered so they correspond to one of the maps. One of my favorite features of the book is that David included the GPS co-ordinates and directions to each beach. As an out-of-towner this feature is a huge plus for me and makes navigation a breeze. Every beach has oodles of information such as....
- Disabled access
- Food and drink
Another thing I really liked about BeachHunter's Florida Gulf Beaches Access Guide is the treasure trove of different activities that David suggests. For example....
- Kayaking to the Barrier Islands such as Anclote Key
- Learning the history of Caladesi Island
- Enjoying the sunsets at Pier 60 along with artists, crafts people, musicians and street performers
- Visiting the Clearwater Aquarium
- Check out the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary
- Stroll along Long Pier
- Visit Fort Desoto for the drum roll
- How to reach and explore Cayo Costa Island
In fact - check out this video and David will tell you exactly what you will get in his book. If you're a fan of Florida beaches then this book is for you. Now is the perfect time to order it as a gift for someone special.
It's available on his website, his blog, and also at Amazon. Right now David is offering a free copy of his Beach Survival Guide e-book. Go ahead and download it here.
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Be sure to come back on Thursday when David stops by to do an author interview.