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Parks und Natur in Sarasota County

Erstklassige Parks

Park
“Hiking, biking, birding, kayking, boat tours (recommend for seeing alligators), boat ramp, canopy walkway (really cool)”
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Kunstmuseum
“The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art is the state art museum of Florida, located in Sarasota, Florida. It was established in 1927 as the legacy of Mable Burton Ringling and John Ringling for the people of Florida”
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Garten
“Mind blowingly beautiful gardens in the heart of downtown Sarasota. Do you love orchids? A must see for you then!”
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Garten
“Step back into the 50s with classic parrot shows and reptile demonstrations. Great for the kids!”
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Park
“Bayfront Park and Marina is located nearby Ringling Bridge, right in the heart of downtown. Enjoy a scenic park, O'Leary's Tiki Bar, Marina Jacks, the "Unconditional Surrender" statue and many scenic views! BEACHES & PARKS DETAILS Bicycles Trails Canoe Launch Equipment/Facility Rental Hiking Trails Pet Friendly Park Picnic Facilities Playground Field Restrooms Wildlife/Bird Watching”
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Malerischer Ausblick
“Very close to the cottage. Great place to take a walk/run & bird watch at the Audubon Center ”
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Park
“Nathan Benderson is a community park. It is a is a unique 600-acre community park that includes North America’s premier 2,000-meter sprint rowing course and a regatta center. Nathan Benderson Park is open to the public and offers year-round recreational opportunities for all ages. Challenge your stamina with a walk, jog, or ride on our neatly manicured trails. Take to the water with a canoe, rowboat, kayak, or stand-up paddleboard. Enjoy an afternoon picnic with a picturesque backdrop of pristine natural beauty. Or become a spectator to a thrilling international championship event.”
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Park
“South Lido Park is a Sarasota County park located on Benjamin Franklin Drive. It is a waterfront park on Lido Key just north of Big Sarasota Pass. The park is located on the former land of Otto Schmidt Zoldan, a pioneer who applied for a homestead at the southern tip of Lido Key in 1904. His claim was granted in 1910 and included most of the land that is now South Lido Park. Lido Key was originally known as Sarasota Key until the Ringling Isles development in the 1920’s when it was renamed. Established in 1974, the park features trails, picnic areas, bird-watching, kayaking, and swimming.”
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Spielplätze

Playground
“Perfect place for the kids and within walking distance from our carriage house! Complete with fairy houses and pirate ships.”
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Park
“Bee Ridge Park is a 10 acre park centrally located in Sarasota County just south of Bee Ridge Road. Current programming includes coed adult softball, coed adult kickball, Kung Fu, dance, bluegrass concerts, and other activities. Amenities Include: Indoor rental space, two multi-purpose meeting rooms kitchen picnic pavilion with grill open-area picnic tables, shaded playground, covered outdoor basketball court, softball fields with lights, sand volleyball courts with lights, horseshoe pits, and outdoor restrooms.”
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Playground
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Playground
“Bounce all day for one low price. Your kids will love it! and so will you.”
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Playground
“Good facilities include gym, basketball court & kid-friendly pool with wading area and slide. Available for daily fee.”
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Playground
“Located on the southern tip of Siesta Key, Turtle Beach offers a "sportier" beach experience with its picnic areas, playground, volleyball court, and horseshoe pit. Turtle Beach has a boat launch area and fishing is permitted in the adjacent Blind Pass Lagoon. This area has restaurants, shopping and a few local night spots nearby. Turtle Beach is a narrow beach with a steeper incline and darker sand that carries more shells. This beach is perfect for beach combers and shell collectors; you might even find a petrified shark's tooth to take home, especially after a storm.”
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Playground
“Siesta Beach is a beach located on Siesta Key. The sand is 99% pure Quartz, soft and cool on the feet. Siesta Beach Park offers tennis and volleyball courts, shaded playground and picnic area, and convenient concession stands for a quick bite or a refreshing drink. Its shallow water near the shoreline and year-round lifeguard protection make it a great beach for the whole family. You can even borrow beach wheelchairs if you are visitor that needs help across the sand.”
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Strände

Beach
“Siesta Beach has been recognized as America's #1 Beach. Partly due to its powdery, white sand that is 99% quartz and doesn't burn your bare feet, and partly due to the beautifully designed pavilion and surrounding facilities. Join the Drum Circle starting an hour before sunset every Sunday.”
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Beach
“Whether it’s the main beach or the south part of the beach a must go to. South part has a playground and place to picnic under beautiful pine trees. North lido is great for shell picking”
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Beach
“Lido key is directly north of siesta key beach. It is where my wife and I got married so it is not only beautiful but very near and dear to our hearts. :-)”
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Beach
“Great beach with the unique 1960's "sail" pavilion that gives you the old Florida feeling. Great concession stand with amazing french fries.”
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Beach
“Manasota Key Beach is the last beach on the road and its location is just prior to ramping up onto the North Manasota Key Bridge. This beach has parking and pavilions as well as a lifeguard stand. Acroos the road on the bayside is a boat launch to enter the bay waterways and go boating up to Venice or to Englewood.”
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Beach
“Siesta Key's famous snorkeling and fishing spot is a rare geological feature where Florida's limestone base is exposed at the coastline, providing a reef-like environment for a diverse population of marine wildlife. If you're not up for swimming, try paddling over the rocks on a kayak. Located just south of Public Beach Access 13. No car parking, only a bike rack. Closest public parking is at Beach Access 12.”
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Beach
“Known as Sunset Point and popular gathering spot for locals at sunset. Public parking can be found behind Siesta Market. Walk down Avenida Messina from Ocean Blvd to where it dead ends at the beach. There is no parking at the beach, only 1 handicap spot and a bike rack. You'll find a flag pole erected on an old breaker installed by the US Army Corp of Engineers to help secure the beach sand along Siesta Key. Locals host a ceremony just before sunset every evening lowering the flag and honoring veterans. A must do, at least once.”
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Beach
“The most beautiful beach, white quarts sand and beautiful aqua water. Great shops and restaurants in town all walking distance from the beach.”
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Wanderwege

Bike Trail
“The Legacy Trail is a trail system connecting communities across Sarasota County and stretching into neighboring Charlotte County. The Legacy Trail offers rest stops, trailheads and free parking, users will find rest station areas approximately every mile. ”
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