Welcome to The Voyager Beach Club!

The Board of Directors and resort staff are proud
to provide you with this site which includes information on
The Voyager Beach Club and our surrounding area. 
 
We welcome everyone to visit this site frequently
to learn more about YOUR dream vacation spot - the Voyager Beach Club!!
Our professional staff is looking forward to serving you during your next visit!!
 
 
727-360-5529 - 1-877-761-1550
11860 Gulf Blvd, Treasure Island, Florida 33706
(Tammy Henderson - L/CAM)
 
Please feel free to contact us with your comments, suggestions or questions!
 
This HOA Site provided by Voyager Beach Club Condo Assn, Inc.
 
Fun Things to Do In Our Area
SO MANY FUN THINGS TO DO IN THE ST. PETE/CLEARWATER AREA!! 
 
 
Treasure Bay is the City of Treasure Island's flagship waterfront recreation center
featuring golf, tennis, pickleball, and footgolf, as well as a host of various other recreational facilities, all in a semi-tropical park setting overlooking Boca Ciega Bay.
 
Sunset Vista Trailhead Park
 
Sunset Vista Trailhead Park is a beautiful beach area that tends to be less crowded than the other beaches in the area, but still has the soft, white sand and clear waters that the other beaches have.  At one end of the park, there are washrooms, outdoor showers, and a picnic area. But the best thing about this park is the opportunity to see Manatees and dolphins swimming close to shore.  Come in the evening, the park is the perfect place to stick around to watch one of the spectacular sunsets that Treasure Island area is known for.
 
Rent a Boat from Treasure Isle Boat Rentals
 
One of the most adventurous ways to see the area around Treasure Island is with a boat rental. Treasure Isle Boat Rentals have affordable options to get you started on a coastal adventure.  Sail out into the refreshing sea breeze on a hot, sunny day and enjoy the stunning coastal views before setting out to explore the attractions at nearby places, including Clearwater Beach, Tierra Verde, and Boca Ciega Bay Aquatic Preserve.  https://treasureisleboats.com/
 
Tee off at Dunedin Golf Club
 
Even top golfers from around the country make a stop at Dunedin Golf Club when they’re in the area. The long-standing course designed by architect Donald Ross has many of his signature design features to keep golfers of all levels on their toes.  http://www.dunedingolfclub.com/
 
Dali Museum
 
Experience a world-class museum housed in a building that’s just as intriguing as the art stored inside. Salvador Dali was a world-renowned artist known for his unique and sometimes bizarre works of art; the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg houses the most extensive compilation of his pieces outside of his home country of Spain.  The building itself is an architectural wonder, with distinctive glass formations and a spiral staircase inside the entrance. A labyrinth and Fountain of Youth are also on-site, and complimentary tours are available.  https://thedali.org/
 
Dine on Seafood at Middle Grounds Grill
 
Due to Treasure Island’s seacoast location, it’s a pretty good assumption that seafood is on just about every menu in the city. However, Middle Grounds Grill doesn’t offer just any seafood: the restaurant serves only the finest, freshest, top-quality fish served in carefully prepared dishes.  While it is considered a fine-dining establishment, the atmosphere is laid-back and suitable for the whole family. There are also plenty of items on the menu for those who don’t eat seafood. Happy Hour occurs daily, and there’s live entertainment on select evenings.  https://www.middlegroundsgrill.com/
 
 
 
HUBBARD'S MARINA
170 John's Pass Boardwalk Madeira Beach
 
There are activities for the entire family at Hubbard's Marina. Take a Deep Sea Fishing trip, lunch at the world famous Friendly Fisherman Seafood Restaurant, cruise on one of our Dolphin Watch/Nature, or Sunset Cruises, Kayak or SUP rentals, Segway tours, or shop along our picturesque Boardwalk. Hubbard's Marina, the Hub of Excitement!
(800) 755-0677 (727) 393-1947  -  www.hubbardsmarina.com
 
 
 
 
 
 
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