Location. Location. Location! Crystal Beach has it all. We are a community neighboring three historical cities in North Pinellas County. Just 15 minutes north of us you’ll find Tarpon Springs with its historic sponge docks. Visitors to the sponge decks will find that Greek culture abound with plenty of shops, restaurants and fishing charter boats. Head south and in 15 minutes you’ll find restaurants, a marina and shops like none other in the country.

Crystal Beach itself is nestled within the unincorporated city of Palm Harbor. Best of all, we are right on the Gulf of Mexico with our own small beach, pier, and Live Oak Park, all across the street from the facility.

Drive just two miles from our quiet community and you’ll find miles of shops, restaurants and departments stores. We are just minutes away from a major mall and only 30 minutes from 2 major airports and deep-water seaports.

The community has fantastic schools. Palm Harbor University High School has the highest graduation rate of all high schools in Pinellas County.

This area, with its mild winters, is great for outdoor fun. There’s golf, beaches, parks and the Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail. The trail is a converted railroad bed that runs through the community. It spans some 30 miles from Tarpon Springs into the City of St. Petersburg. The trail is enjoyed by runners, rollerbladers, cyclists, joggers and walkers.

So it’s easy to see why we say “Crystal Beach Community Church is a place where the sunsets are beautiful and the Light never goes out.”

CBCC Steps and Lighthouse
Crystal Beach
Crystal Beach Pier
Crystal Beach Cove at Sunset