See where red tide is along Gulf Coast Beaches
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - The Florida Department of Fish and Wildlife is tracking red tide, which has been spotted along Gulf Coast beaches from Naples to Clearwater and has a map to help tourists see which areas are being impacted.
Manatee County has already picked up more than 7,000 pounds of dead fish due to the toxic algae bloom.
Red tide has also forced Indian Rocks Beach to cancel its annual BeachFest event.
As spring break approaches, many tourists are wondering how red tide will impact their Florida vacation. They can see the FWC's most updated red tide reports here.
READ: What is causing red tide along Florida's Gulf coast?
Click here for the FWC map of where red tide is currently present and how it is impacting the beaches.