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Tierra Verde is a small island enclave on Boca Ciega Bay south and west of (and contiguous to) Tampa Bay. One road in and one road out, it is the home to some 3,500 families, virtually every residence in a waterfront setting.

From the south - Venice, Sarasota, etc.

Driving on I-275, follow the Interstate north over the Bob Graham Sunshine Skyway Bridge. Keep left and turn off at Exit 17, then turn left at the end of the exit onto 54th Avenue South (Pinellas Bayway). Turn left at the third traffic light onto Pinellas Bayway South to Tierra Verde.

From the north - Tampa, Dunedin, etc..

Follow I-275 south (over the Howard Frankland Bridge from Tampa, and from US 19 to the Interstate from Dunedin). Turn off at Exit 17, keeping left as the exit splits, then at the end of the exit turn right onto 54th Avenue South (Pinellas Bayway). Turn left at the fourth traffic light (counting 34th Street South) onto Pinellas Bayway South to Tierra Verde.

Arriving by air

Commercial air travelers typically land either at Tampa International (TPA) or St. Pete- Clearwater International (PIE). From both TPA and PIE you will be coming from the north. Just get onto I-275 and follow the “Coming from the north” instructions shown above. General aviation travelers will typically land at Albert Whitted Airport in downtown St. Petersburg or Sarasota Bradenton International (SRQ) near Sarasota. From Albert Whitted, get onto I-275 and follow the “Coming from the north” instructions above. From SRQ, get onto I-275 and follow the “Coming from the south” instructions above. Drive safely, fly safely, arrive safely…
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Contact Us

Note: For security, our home and email addresses, and phone numbers are not published here on our family website. Please click the following contact page link to provide information and have your message sent to any member of our family: Display contact page Bill’s Website: https://BillDavidsonPA.com
OurFamily
OurFamily
the Davidson’s
we hope you enjoy visiting with us on our website pages
© 2020 NREsystems - All Rights Reserved

Contact Us

Note: For security, our home and email addresses, and phone numbers are not published here on our family website. Please click the following contact page link to provide information and have your message sent to any member of our family: Display contact page Bill’s Website: https://BillDavidsonPA.com

Directions

Tierra Verde is a small island enclave on Boca Ciega Bay south and west of (and contiguous to) Tampa Bay. One road in and one road out, it is the home to some 3,500 families, virtually every residence in a waterfront setting.

From the south - Venice, Sarasota, etc.

Driving on I-275, follow the Interstate north over the Bob Graham Sunshine Skyway Bridge. Keep left and turn off at Exit 17, then turn left at the end of the exit onto 54th Avenue South (Pinellas Bayway). Turn left at the third traffic light onto Pinellas Bayway South to Tierra Verde.

From the north - Tampa, Dunedin, etc..

Follow I-275 south (over the Howard Frankland Bridge from Tampa, and from US 19 to the Interstate from Dunedin). Turn off at Exit 17, keeping left as the exit splits, then at the end of the exit turn right onto 54th Avenue South (Pinellas Bayway). Turn left at the fourth traffic light (counting 34th Street South) onto Pinellas Bayway South to Tierra Verde.

Arriving by air

Commercial air travelers typically land either at Tampa International (TPA) or St. Pete-Clearwater International (PIE). From both TPA and PIE you will be coming from the north. Just get onto I-275 and follow the “Coming from the north” instructions shown above. General aviation travelers will typically land at Albert Whitted Airport in downtown St. Petersburg or Sarasota Bradenton International (SRQ) near Sarasota. From Albert Whitted, get onto I-275 and follow the “Coming from the north” instructions above. From SRQ, get onto I-275 and follow the “Coming from the south” instructions above. Drive safely, fly safely, arrive safely…
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