A Drink in Clearwater Beach will cost you $113!!!! Leave the alcohol at Home!

Real Estate Agent with Charles Rutenberg Realty

We see lots of tourists visit our beaches this time of year and many may not know that Clearwater Beach has a ban on alcohol of any kind. Being caught with any alcohol on Clearwater beach property can cost you a ticket of $113 even if you're over 21 - so my advise is "Don't get caught drinking on Clearwater Beach - leave the alcohol in your condo or at home.

While this may surprise you, it is part of Clearwater's on-going commitment to keeping our beaches family friendly and safe.

I know we've enjoyed living on Clearwater Beach in our home with our 2 boys, Sean & Alex.  In over 15 years, I've never encountered a "drunk" on the beach - thankfully. So if you're looking for a great place to bring your family and own a beach home or condo, rent vacation property, or invest in Tampa Bay real estate - Jack and I can highly recommend owning Clearwater Florida Real Estate. We specialize in helping Buyer's find the perfect Clearwater Property. 

If you're curious about what's available for sale ~ Search over 3900 Beach Properties FREE on-line at www.SearchClearwaterProperties.com - updated daily.

P.S. Don't forget the sunscreen - we've been enjoying 80 degree weather this week - winter here is great! Come see for yourself!

Submitted by Cyndee Haydon, Clearwater Beach Real Estate agent. Spec



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Stefan Scholl
Buyer's Broker of Northern Michigan, LLC - Petoskey, MI
Northern Michigan Real Estate
Please, Cyndee, don't rub it in about the weather.  Things are bad enough here in Michigan already!
Mar 12, 2007 05:41 PM #1
Chris Griffith
Downing-Frye Realty, Bonita Springs, FL - Bonita Springs, FL
Bonita Springs Listing Agent
Booo!  Viva la beer at the beach!  
Mar 12, 2007 11:49 PM #2
David A. Podgursky PA
THE PODGURSKY GROUP @ Re/Max Direct - Boynton Beach, FL
THE PODGURSKY GROUP - Make the Right Move!

Indiana has the same law for state parks... some of them are HUGE and great places to camp and have BBQs... DRY BBQs...

I am from Louisville, KY... every year for the Derby people have contests to see who can come up with the most clever way to get booze into the Infield at Churchill Downs.


Mar 17, 2007 03:15 AM #3
Cyndee Haydon
Charles Rutenberg Realty - Clearwater, FL
727-710-8035 Clearwater, Beach Short Sales Luxury Condos &Homes


That is a riot - my husband is from Lexington Kentucky so we're familiar with the Derby - I bet you've got some good stories. Thanks for taking the time to view my Clearwater Beach musings! Have a great day.


Mar 17, 2007 03:20 AM #4
Joan Snodgrass
Midamerica Referral Network - Kimberling City, MO
Sounds like that is a healthy enough fine to keep the beach clear of beer cans, etc.
Mar 19, 2007 08:37 AM #5
Jason Secor
LivingInBirmingham.com - Vestavia Hills, AL
Birmingham Alabama Real Estate - Hoover Homes for Sale - Property MLS

Cyndee,  I am glad to see that someone is doing something to take control of the beache sand keep the family friendly. THe weather sounds absolutely incredible, maybe I should buy a second home down there, :-0

Aug 18, 2008 07:39 PM #6
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