Welcome to DowntownDunedin.com and to our great little town of 37,000 residents, which is said to be the oldest sailing port on the west coast of Florida. Dunedin is an eclectic town full of vibrant life and energy with great stores, restaurants and a ton of fun events throughout the year. Shhh–it’s a secret though, […]Continue Reading »
Welcome to DowntownDunedin.com and to our great little town of 37,000 residents, which is said to be the oldest sailing port on the west coast of Florida. Dunedin is an eclectic town full of vibrant life and energy with great stores, restaurants and a ton of fun events throughout the year. Shhh–it’s a secret though, […]
What a BLAST we all had making the Funedin Lip Dub! Take five minutes out of your busy day right now and put a big smile on your face while watching 500 people make a music video for Dunedin! Kathy Carlson had the vision to showcase our great community with such an awesome event — […]
Under the direction of Matthew Campbell, Assistant to the City Manager, the City of Dunedin has placed several “Artistic Bike Racks” throughout Dunedin. Many of the bike racks are sponsored by local establishments and civic organizations. The bike racks are decorative and functional, so they make a great impression.
One of the great recreational activities in Dunedin is heading to our local Toronto Blue Jays spring training stadium for good’ole baseball! Take a look at Rob Leth’s video report for our great town of Dunedin!
Andrews Memorial Chapel, located at the SW entrance to Hammock Park, is a unique historic chapel with lots of charm. Weddings are held there on a regular basis and the chapel can be toured at select times during the week that can be found on the Chapel’s website at: http://andrewsmemorialchapel.com/
The Broadway Deli is a popular spot for many local residents, business people and tourists to enjoy breakfast, coffee, tea and lunch. On Saturday and Sunday, patrons can also enjoy dinner with BYOB and no corking fee.
The Dunedin Historical Society provides a rich look at the history of Dunedin and the surrounding area. New exhibits arise on a regular basis with lots of artifacts, photographs and libraries of local and Florida history.
Strachan’s Homemade Ice Cream and Desserts has been a local favorite for years! Inside is like an old fashioned ice cream parlor with all of your favorite flavors and lots of other treats as well. They have a wonderful dog friendly patio, in fact, the dogs get their own ice cream cones!
The Josiah Cephus Weaver Park on St. Joseph Sound is one of the most beautiful sights in Dunedin! Weaver Park has a nearly 800 foot dock extending out into the sound where visitors can get a real taste of nature and a great sunset! The park can be accessed from the Pinellas Trail, which can […]
The City of Dunedin has one of the best governments throughout the country. Our city employees provide excellent service to our residents and take great pride in our community. I participated in the Dunedin Citizen’s Academy in 2005 and we toured seven city locations including City Hall, the Water Treatment Center, the Firehouse, the Sewage […]
The Dunedin Polar Bear Swim is one of the funnest events that will surely delight your eyes! Dan and Kathy Carlson started the first annual event over ten (10) years ago that brings together nearly 50 swimmers dressed in the craziest outfits you’ll ever see. While most years are still a bit like swimming in […]