Things To Do In Siesta Key

 

 

 

 

Come for the day or make Siesta Key Beach your destination for a dream beach vacation. There are plenty of things to do to keep the whole party entertained.

Whether you are looking for a relaxing summer vacation, fun-filled spring break, romantic getaway, or need to escape your winter blues, Siesta Key Beach is your perfect destination!

There are several beach toys rental shops with bikes, kayaks, jet skies and other water related toys as well as dolphin tours and fishing excursions all on the island.

If you are a golf lover, you will find over 100 golf courses within driving distance from the island. Spend the day in Sarasota and check out the museums, theaters, circus, botanical and jungle gardens, the opera and many fine restaurants and clubs.
With more than 130 fine clothing boutiques, restaurants, art galleries and jewelry stores, a trip over to St. Armands Circle on Lido Key will yield the latest in fashion and designer wear as well as introduce you to some of the local favorites including something special for your sweet tooth. See map...

 

Go for a bike ride, hike or camp in Myakka State Park.

Myakka River State Park offers 38 miles of hiking trails and a few primitive campgrounds for adventure seekers. See the forest from the treetops! Suspended 25 feet above the ground The Myakka Canopy Walkway is an 85 feet long bridge with a 74-foot tower that provides a spectacular treetop view of the 21,000-acre state park.

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Visit the award winning Selby Botanical Gardens in Sarasota.

Selby Botanical Gardens was originally the home of William and Marie Selby. Today it's an urban oasis showcasing a rare and beautiful living display of tropical plants.


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Tour other world-class beaches.

Within a few miles of Siesta Key, you will find other world-class beaches such as  St. Pete Beach, Clearwater Beach and North Jetty Beach on Casey Key.

North Jetty Beach, at the south end of Casey Key, is a lush secluded island on Florida’s west coast.  There are no traffic lights. It's a slow pace of life and a step back in time. This is where the rich and famous go to relax.

Novelist Stephen King has a home on Casey Key worth approximately $25 million. The island is said to resemble a 1950's Florida community so much so that in 1984, film director Victor Nunez  used Casey Key as a backdrop to film the movie "A Flash of Green."
North Jetty Park Beach has shaded picnic sites, a play area, and is a popular spot for surfing and fishing.