Apollo Beach boasts 55 miles of interconnected navigable canals with an average depth of seven feet in the center. Most canals are lined with beautiful homes surrounded by lush tropical foliage and have docking facilities for sail boats or power boats. These waterways lead directly to Tampa Bay and then into the Gulf of Mexico via numerous underpasses of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge.
Apollo Beach has 2 other well-known amenities: the world-famous Manatee Viewing Center and the Apollo Beach Golf Club, an 18-hole, par 72 championship course designed by Robert Trent Jones that is open to the public.
One of the highlights for residents and visitors alike is the Apollo Beach Nature Preserve & Park. This is a public beach that is a great place for families, fishing, and fun. For 12 months of the year, you can enjoy views of St. Pete & Tampa, as well some of the best sunsets in the world.
Yes, Apollo Beach is a thriving waterfront community with year-round boating, fishing and numerous other activities that attract many visitors who often turn into full-time residents.