Area: St. Pete
Avg Rating: 2.0 (69)
Cut by a hurricane in 1848, the "Pass" separates Madeira Beach and Treasure Island. It is one of the area's most noted attractions, with dozens of restaurants and shops.
Power boats, Wave Runners and the jet-propelled rubber rafts, are available for rent on the Madeira Beach side.
Comments by visitors: (most recent first)I've gone to John's Pass for the last 4 yrs. now and I enjoy going back each time.-- Jennifer
Visited last December, simply loved all aspects of this area. Highly recommend!-- Anonymous
It was very beautiful to look out and see the gulf from this bridge!-- Anonymous
my family and I have visited john's pass for the past two years we have vacationed in florida. its a great shopping experience, and the atmosphere is wonderful!-- mandy
Johns pass would have to be one of the best shopping locations i have ever been to i would encourage anyone who is in the area to go!!!!!-- Anonymous
Tourist mecca/trap-- Tom Vasser
we went there in late may. we rented waverunners and i saw a wild manatee and my husband rode along side dolphins. it was a beautiful beach.-- lisa