ST. Pete Beach, FL
No one can resist the charms of the Florida Gulf Coast, and the endless miles of beaches and shoreline of Tampa Bay, and that includes Guy Harvey. Welcome to the Guy Harvey Outpost, Tampa Bay.
And welcome to St. Pete Beach, voted the # 1 beach destination of 2012 in all of the United States by TripAdvisor!
Grab a beach towel and your sunscreen. Relax, recharge and rejuvenate. The Guy Harvey Outpost crew will do the rest. Nothing beats a day at the beach relaxing with family and friends knowing a team of hospitality and Guy Harvey enthusiasts have agreed this particular spot is the best-of-the-best. Expect us to deliver top of class water sports activities. Count on us for unique access into Guy’s world of marine conservation research. Rely on us to organize your time and interests into a customized and memorable vacation. It’s time to play. Go for it!
While you’re visiting, you’ll also play an important part in supporting our ECO Is ON conservation efforts. Here on Florida’s west coast, were’ working to combine recreation with research, supporting programs that build scientific knowledge and sustainability.
Throughout the St. Pete/Tampa area, visionary research and stewardship initiatives are underway. Spending recreational time at the Guy Harvey Outpost affords privileged access to these conservation and research colleagues of Dr. Harvey, as well as offering you our guest entertaining and informative insights into their efforts.
The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation is an active financial supporter of cutting edge research being conducted by the nearby University of South Florida Marine School and the many remarkable aquariums that operate in the area. Our Outpost crew has teamed with the Tampa Bay Watch to support their Habitat Restoration and Education Program through annual contributions supporting coastal habitat restoration. The Outpost has been awarded the coveted “Florida Green Lodge” designation for its continuing conservation initiatives and use of special beachfront lighting benefiting nesting sea turtles.