2 rentals: $174 - $243 per night
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2 resales: $3,500 - $5,000
points/credits from $0/ea
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Discover the best of Florida's Gulf Coast at Camaron Cove. Located on the Gulf of Mexico at Indian Rocks Beach, the resort is convenient to all the amusements of the Pinellas Suncoast. Laze on the beach, experience the zoo at Busch Gardens, attend dog races in St. Petersburg, or take a dip in the on-site swimming pool. You can relax in your spacious vacation home or take a nap on your balcony that overlooks the Gulf.Camaron Cove
2402 N. Gulf Blvd.
Indian Rocks Beach, Florida 33785
- Laundry Room
- Outdoor Pool
- Whirlpool/Hot Tub
- Boating (3 miles)
- Fishing (3 miles)
- Golf (2 miles)
- Grocery Store (2 miles)
- Health Club (3 miles)
- Live Entertainment
- Medical Facilities (3 miles)
- Playground Area (2 miles)
- Scuba Diving
- Theme Park
- Water Skiing (3 miles)
- Wind Surfing (3 miles)
- User: jseiling
- Posted: Feb 16, 2012
Location, location, location, the Cameron Cove Resort has it all. Itâs located on the quiet, beautiful, fine white sandy beach of Indian Rock, Florida with each condo unit having a balcony overlooking the Gulf and beach. It was built a couple decades ago. We have exchanged for many different timeshares. You will be lucky to get into this one. We exchanged into Cameron Cove the last week of January 2012. Fortunately, the weather was warm and sunny. We flew into Tampa and this timeshare is about a 20 minute drive away. Itâs the only timeshare on a beach located closest to the Tampa airport. We arrived early, but they allowed us to check-in an hour early. The check-in staff was prompt and helpful. There is on-site parking for one car. There are forty units on five floors, the elevator is fairly rapid and the rooms are large. The master bedroom included a king size bed and adjoining bathroom, the guest room shared a bathroom that also served a sofa sleeper in the living room for a total of six occupants. The furnishings are a little dated, but the place was clean and very well maintained. We had a light bulb to change and a cupboard door that needed fixing and they were fixed immediately. There are plenty of towels and pillows and they provided an exchange in mid-week. Laundry washing and drying equipment are on the second floor for a small fee. There is free wi-fi service. The three TVâs are not large, but adequate. There is a rather large outdoor swimming pool with many lounge chairs around it and a separate large hot pool. Adjacent is a sizeable area with picnic tables and barbeque with a private entrance to the beach. Inexpensive rental beach chairs are available. We enjoyed their Monday get acquainted breakfast and their midweek hotdog lunch. There is a plethora of excellent seafood restaurants in the area and a French pastry shop and breakfast restaurant very close by. There is adjoining public transportation, a free bird sanctuary and a wetland sanctuary nearby. Your family will love this resort, if they enjoy the beach, seafood and sunbathing. Of course, we walked the beach, visited Ringling Bros Museum and the Dali Museum. There is much to see in Tampa and surrounding area. Finally, we had no sales pitch. The units are mostly sold.
- User: heatherdcl
- Posted: Jan 3, 2008
We are here now in unit 301 so it's a great time to look around and write a review. The location is excellent, right on the beach with every unit having an unobstructed view of the ocean from the balcony, living room and master bedroom. We are on the south side and I'm glad of this because we get the sun all day and can see the sunset. This is a quiet end of the beach but there are cafes and restaurants close by with wonderful outdoor patios and seafood specials. The grocery stores are about five miles away though, on the mainland.
The units are all two bedroom and impressively large with the ones at the front of the building being the largest, according to Bob, the maintenance man. They are shabby in spots but the beds seem new and the appliances are uptodate as is the carpet. By shabby I mean that the hems on the curtains are down in spots and some of the furniture has seemingly permanent dirt, like the arms of the chairs. The bathrooms and kitchen cabinetry are definitely old. But once again, according to Bob, all of these matters are on the "to do" list.
The outdoor pool is heated and clean with lots of chairs. We didn't attend the breakfast or hotdog lunch so can't comment.
Overall, a very comfortable stay.
- User: greg124
- Posted: Sep 18, 2007
The beach and room is what this resort is all about. The beach could not be better. 90 degree water in Sept. Well groomed sand and very clean beach.
The first impression when you arrive is not good. Very ugly exterior and very uninviting office/reception. Elevator is hot and slow.
The rooms are very spacious; but not very modern. I would like to see granite counter tops and more kitchen stuff, maybe a jacuzzi. However the rooms are comfortable.
The building is the worst piece of architecture I've ever seen; but if all you want a good room and a great beach without the thrills, this is a great, practical place. Our front door was near the trash chute which smelled really bad. If you make it from the lobby to the room or from the beach to your room, all is good.
Also it's dead center between Clearwater and touristy places. Nice and quiet residental area but not too far from restaurants and stores. Good views from ALL balconies.
The hot tub is big and faces the ocean. The tikki hut/bar looks good but it's not attended very well. Don't expect too many exotic drinks. There is a liquor store across the street. Probably best to make your own.
The pool is fine. Nothing fancy, but large enough.
Free hotdogs on Wednesday and free donuts on Tuesday. Ain't the Hilton but it's great for beach bums and fishing. Don't expect game rooms, lazy rivers and stuff like that. Very basic. But the beach is incredible.
For restaurants, we liked Guppy's, Crabby Bills and Shells.
Did I mention the beach is great? You gotta go fishing. Clearwater marina has many reasonable charters. Incredible fish.
- User: carleen11
- Posted: Apr 21, 2007
We stayed 2 weeks at Camaron Cove in early Feb. 2008. We were surprised at how spacious our 2 BR suite was, and the big terrace off our BR & LR, both with sliding glass doors. Gorgeous views from our terrace of the gulf. Restaurants are all over the place. Right up the street (heading north) is beautiful Clearwater. Going south is Madeira Beach & St. John's Pass with a boardwalk and the best shopping. Also not far from Tampa, we went to the pier and took a 2 hr. boat ride. If you have a car go to any of the Bealls stores for great values! Bonus: Very friendly staff and Marty, head of housekeeping is a peach, she arranged it so we could stay in the same suite for our 2nd week.
- User: thepars
- Posted: Oct 28, 2006
We loved this resort. Nice and quiet, Clean and BIG! We had the best view from the Ocean Front very large balcony Our Unit was 505 and I guess it's one of two "Pent House" units. We traded our Ocean Front Myrtle Beach 2 bedroom 2 bath Unit and were very pleased. In fact, we're going again in 2008. Great Location!!!!!!!!
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