Water lovers have a fun new option when they head to the beach!
The City of St Pete Beach has partnered with https://www.padl.co/ to install self service paddle board stations from Pass-a-Grille to Treasure Island. PADL is not charging the city of St. Pete Beach for the service. The city will get a small portion of the revenue from every sale in exchange for PADL renting out space at the beach and parks.
It's super simple, just download the app, unlock and ride!
PADL is a great way for paddle-boarders to get on the water, without having to bring their own board. In most local areas, rentals are $25 per hour. We love this addition to our beaches!
Find the solar powered stations at the following St Pete Beach locations:
September 13, 2022
We’re excited about the SunRunner! Connecting Downtown St. Pete to St. Pete Beach.
This October, Join Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) and the City of St. Petersburg in welcoming the SunRunner — a new train-like transit line that will connect downtown St. Pete to South Pasadena and St. Pete Beach.