Kayaks, Paddleboards, Boats and More!
Thereâ€™s more than one way to get in and in the water on Treasure Island besides wading in from the beach. Â You can head out on Boca Ciega Bay or out into the Gulf. Â Day or night!
Treasure Island Boat RentalsÂ â€“ Bow, Pontoon & Deck Boats available for rent. Rentals include a cooler, nautical chart, orientation and the necessary safety equipment.
Mad Beach PaddlesportsÂ â€“ 11125 Gulf Blvd, Treasure Island. (At the Treasure Bay Resort and Marina).Â 610-217-2604.
Mad Beach offers paddleboard and kayak rentals, along with tours.Â A couple of really cool things they offer areÂ Night Sup and Sunset/Glow Tour.Â Paddleboarding at night! Yes it is a thing! Fewer people, less glare, the stars and the moon, cooler temps and even cooler LED lights on the paddleboards.Â If you donâ€™t want to go out on your own, theÂ toursÂ are a great way to go.Â Four tour options include Tour Shell Key, Tour Johns Pass, the Sunset/Glow tour mentioned above, and Tour DeSoto.Â Bike rentalsÂ are also available at Mad Beach Paddlesports, including Fat Tire Bikes and Electric Bikes.
Surf ShackÂ â€“ 14953 Gulf Blvd in Madeira Beach.Â A great choice if you want to head up the coast a tad to Madeira Beach.Â Bike rentals, paddleboard rentals, kayak rentals, scooter rentals, boogie board rentals and more! They say they have everything you need for the beach and I think they mean it! Right down to sunglasses and flip flops.
Hubbardâ€™s MarinaÂ â€“ a family business in its fourth generation, Hubbardâ€™s has been around since 1928.Â Hubbardâ€™s offers fishing trips of varying lengths, private charters, daily dolphin watching nature and eco tours, a sunset cruise, a ferry to Egmont key, kayak and paddleboard rentals and guided Segway tours.Â Located atÂ 170 Johns Pass Boardwalk, Madeira Beach. Â Call them at 727-393-1947 or 1-800-755-0677.
Online reservations available if you know what you want!