Nokomis Florida Sunny Beaches
Nokomis has 14 miles of white sandy beach! The Nokomis Beach and Park is comprised of 22 acres with 1,700 feet running alongside the Gulf of Mexico, and 3,200 feet along the Intra-coastal Waterway. This area is known for its stunning white sand beaches that are ideal for shelling and beachcombing. All types of other beach activities are available such as swimming, diving, fishing and boating. Nokomis Beach has lifeguards, free parking, concessions, restrooms and picnic tables. It is Sarasota Countys oldest public beach and is located on Casey Key just west of the Albee Road Bridge.
Own Your Own Beach
To the west of Nokomis is a unique barrier island - Casey Key. This is an area of residential estates, all priced over one million dollars with most of the properties being gulf front as well as bay front. There are famous people that have homes here and they enjoy the privacy that Casey Key offers.
Nokomis Beach is a public beach on Casey Key that is not as busy as the beaches to the north on Siesta Key, Lido Key or Longboat Key. There is public parking, picnic areas and restrooms. The gulf water is very clear and the sand is fine. If you look for sharks teeth on this beach, chances are that you will find some.
To the south of Nokomis is Venice. To the north is Osprey and Sarasota. US 41, also known as "The Trail" or The Tamiami Trail, runs north and south through Nokomis, very near the bay. On the east side of Nokomis is I-75, allowing easy access.
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