Summer Camp Scholarship Campaign

Tampa Bay Watch strives to provide high-quality, inclusive summer camp programs for ALL of our community’s youth, and your generous participation in our summer camp scholarship campaign makes this possible. Help them reach their goal of $10,000, which will change the lives of 16 future environmental stewards by sending them to our summer camps on full scholarship and provide for Read More

Day on the Bay

This spring break, come join the Tampa Bay Watch Education department on an eco-tour throughout the Tampa Bay estuary. After a quick estuary introduction and kayak briefing, trained staff will take you on the water in tandem kayaks to see the estuary from a whole new perspective! Kayak the mangrove tunnel and get the chance to see the unique plants Read More

Build Oyster Domes with Tampa Bay Watch!

25 Years Tampa Bay Watch Tampa Bay Watch is recruiting 10-20 hard-working volunteers to help build oyster domes at our Marine Center, 3000 Pinellas Bayway South in Tierra Verde on 11/6 and 11/8. The minimum age to participate in this project is 16 years old. The project involves pouring marine friendly concrete into a fiberglass mold containing a large round buoy surrounded by smaller rubber Read More

Homes sales drop, price increases slow in most of Tampa Bay in July

Excerpt from Tampa Bay Times “It’s very different; it has kind of a Southampton influence,’’ listing agent Debi Egan said, referring to the upscale Long Island, N.Y. community. The house, which will be used as a second home, is among several that have recently sold or are under contract on Tierra Verde’s Oceanview Drive, one of Tampa Bay’s priciest streets. Read More

Marinas on Tierra Verde

Tierra Verde Marina The Tierra Verde Marina is located immediately over the Pinellas Bayway S Bridge at 100 Pinellas Bayway S on the west side of the drawbridge and provide immediate access to the Gulf of Mexico. The Tierra Verde Marina also owns and operates the 30,000 square foot retail center at the most northern point on Tierra Verde and Read More

About Tierra Verde

Up until 1959 Tierra Verde wasn’t much more than a handful of undeveloped islands that were previously used by Indians and pirates.  Purchased in 1959 with aspirations for developing a resort community, progress was almost non-existent until the Pinellas Bayway was opened in 1962 and the islands and St. Pete Beach were connected at a southern point to the mainland.  Read More