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Welcome to Dunedin, Florida


While Dunedin Florida (pronounced DONE-EE-DIN) has a small town image, it is actually a bustling city of 37,000 residents. One of the oldest towns on the West Coast of Florida, it has a wooded and subtropical setting with almost four miles of picturesque waterfront, a relaxed lifestyle, and activities for all likes and ages, making Dunedin a truly delightful place to live or visit.

Dunedin offers something for everyone. A quaint and active downtown, beautiful parks, recreational activities for all ages, history, culture, educational opportunities, a wide range of housing choices, and much more. Begin your exploration with a visit to the Dunedin Chamber of Commerce, located at the west end of downtown, 301 Main Street, in its beautiful, historic building, for the information you’ll need to discover Dunedin.

The Dunedin area enjoys near perfect weather, with an average summer high of 80 degrees and a winter low of 62 degrees. Average rainfall is 50 inches per year with the usual summertime afternoon showers.

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Voted #1 Beach In America

Just off the coast of Dunedin, the community is able to boast of two of its most unique assets, Honeymoon and Caladesi Islands. Honeymoon Island State Park is less than a five-minute drive from the mainland, and offers a natural getaway for boating, swimming, fishing, picnics, and nature exploration. Caladesi Island State Park, accessible to the public by ferry from Honeymoon Island or by private boat, has consistently been named one of Florida’s top ten beaches. This year Caladesi Island took the coveted #1 spot for the best beach in America according to Dr. Beach. Along the Dunedin Causeway to Honeymoon Island, within the protected waters of St. Joseph Sound, you will find all the sun and fun activities such as windsurfing, sailing, kayaking, canoeing, jet skiing, or just relaxing and listening to the surf.

Dunedin, Fl  MarinaThe City of Dunedin also has one of the finest municipal marinas on the West Coast of Florida, offering safe harbor for sail and power crafts with dockside conveniences of water and electricity.

Dunedin is easy to get to from all points in the Tampa Bay area. Highways serving the area include U.S. 19, making easy trips to Tarpon Springs to the North and Clearwater and St. Petersburg to the South. The community is easily accessible from major airports such as Tampa International, just 18 miles away, and nearby St. Petersburg/Clearwater International, serviced by some domestic and many charter flights.

Dunedin’s economy is firmly rooted in the service industry, tourism, retail, financial institutions and services, health care, real estate and some light manufacturing.

Delightful Dunedin, with its rich Scottish heritage, is home to the Annual Highland Games and many other community festivals, making it one of the most popular places to live, work and play.

Chairman's Welcome

Welcome to the Dunedin Chamber Commerce and the City of Dunedin.  Thank you for taking the time to visit our website.

There is something in Dunedin for everyone, from children to seniors. .  Our website will guide you to the many places, attractions and businesses in Dunedin.  

We are most proud in 2008 to have been honored with the distinction of having the #1 beach in America, Caladesi Island. 

I encourage you to look through this information to either discover new things about Dunedin or get reacquainted with longtime favorites.  Consider experiencing our fantastic beaches at Honeymoon and Caladesi Islands, strolling the brick sidewalks of downtown, enjoying watersports of all kinds, taking in a baseball game, enjoying championship golf at the Dunedin Country Club, dining at the many fine restaurants throughout the City, or visiting an exhibit at the Dunedin Historical Society or the Fine Arts Center. 

For those contemplating relocating to Dunedin for work or pleasure, one only needs to scan this website to find handy information on business and professional services, schools, parks, hospitals, hotels, restaurants, government services, and much more.

I welcome you with pride and pleasure and encourage you to experience firsthand what makes Dunedin so special to all who live or visit here.  Our special community is yours to discover.  Enjoy the adventure.

Pete Krulder
Chairman of the Board




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