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Indian Rocks Beach is a quaint beach town along Pinellas County's barrier island with the Gulf of Mexico to the west and the Intracoastal Waterway to the east. In 1914, when Tampa and Gulf Coast Railroad built a line to the beach this barrier island was coined, "Tampa's playground." Although home to some grand estates Indian Rocks has maintained a colorful cottage beach town feel. In the main part of town you can find numerous bars including a piano bar, restaurants, shops, boat rentals and even a waterslide park!
Indian Rocks Beach has been considered a special place by anyone lucky enough to encounter this area. One pioneer settler in the early 1890's, Harvey K Hendrick, was quoted as saying, "I liked the place, I thought it was the most beautiful place on God's green footstool and I think so yet."
Healing sulfur springs, encircled by "rocks", thought to be located in Kolb Park, were found by the Tocobaga Indians in the 1500's. Early settlers, after hearing that an Indian Chief was miraculously cured following administration of this healing spring water by a medicine man would say, "The Indians are on their way to the Rocks" when they saw Indians heading to the springs. And that, my friends, is the most common legend of how Indian Rocks Beach was named!