Nokomis, Sarasota and Venice Florida RV Parks

Bordered by the beautiful cities of Sarasota and Venice, Nokomis is justifiably known for its beautiful seashore, many shopping opportunities and cultivated residential areas. The unincorporated town includes Nokomis Beach, at the south end of exclusive Casey Key. In addition to the attractions in nearby Sarasota, Nokomis offers lovely Gulf beaches and fishing for visitors, as well as its boat launch ramp and beautiful shoreline. Visitors to Nokomis can enjoy small-town living and a relaxed beach town atmosphere, while also experiencing all that Florida’s Gulf Coast has to offer.

One of Florida’s primary Gulf Coast cities, Sarasota offers visitors an eclectic blend of culture and fine dining, circus thrills and pristine beaches, and a wide array of shopping opportunities. The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art pays homage to the Ringlings, the family behind America’s most famous circus. Check out the old costumes, wagons, and the world’s largest miniature circus. Art lovers can appreciate the largest collections of Rubens canvasses in the world, plus works by Old Masters. You can also tour Ca' d'Zan Mansion, a magnificent 56-room Venetian Gothic palace and the Ringlings' old family home. Fine shopping is available in many places, including St. Armand's Circle close to the coast.

Just south of Sarasota along Florida’s white-sanded Gulf Coast, Venice offers 14 miles of beaches from Casey Key to Manasota Key and plenty of recreational opportunities, including swimming, sunbathing, fishing and boating. Shelling is also a favorite pastime, and fossilized shark's teeth can be found in abundance by sifting through the sand. Golfers enjoy excellent courses in the greater Venice area. 

Venice also is a Florida Main Street City – its downtown graced by northern Italian architecture and beautifully landscaped boulevards that date to the original city plans of 1925 and reminiscent of the Italian city whose name it borrowed.

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Mote Marine Labs
Mote Marine Laboratory
A leader in marine research since 1955, Mote is an independent nonprofit with seven centers for marine research. The public Mote Aquarium and an Education Division specializes in public programs for all ages.
Ringling Museum of Art
Ringling Museum of Art
The Museum of Art, built by John Ringling to house his personal collection of masterpieces, today features paintings and sculptures by the great Old Masters including Rubens, van Dyck, Velázquez, Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese, El Greco, Gainsborough and more.
Warm Mineral Springs
Warm Mineral Springs
Once believed to be the fountain of youth, Warm Mineral Springs is the southernmost and warmest major spring in Florida, with a nearly constant water temperature of 87 F. This naturally warm unique spring is surrounded by an 81-acre private resort and day spa.

Siesta Key
On Siesta Public Beach, visitors will find tennis courts, along with volleyball nets. When they’re not tossing a Frisbee around, Sarasota teens and families are often challenging one another in a fun game of beach volleyball.
Crescent Beach has the same soft Siesta sand and spectacular view, but provides its visitors with some often-coveted peace and quiet. It is located just south of the public beach, so it is a short walk to your private escape. You’ll find Point of Rocks at the beach’s end—it is often called the non-private private beach for good reason.
Turtle Beach is at the southernmost end of the key. Families love Turtle Beach for its picnicking areas and playground, though fishing is popular nearby and boats often leave from the Turtle Marina.

Casey Key
Casey Key is known for its privacy, olden-day Florida vibe and its most famous resident, author Stephen King. However, the beaches are also shining stars.
North Jetty Park has it all—a snack bar, lifeguards, fishing, horseshoe courts and a beautiful view.
Nokomis Beach has lifeguards and a snack bar, as well, in addition to boat ramps and dune walkovers.

Venice Beach is world famous for the sharks' teeth you’ll find along its shores. Divers love the beach for its coral reef, but visitors and locals alike enjoy the slower pace of South County, as well as the beautiful view.
Caspersen Beach is the longest beach in all of Sarasota County. It is perhaps the most secluded beach in the county; charming due to the fact that it is entirely natural and unaltered. You’ll also find sharks' teeth on this beach—it is home to the annual Shark's Tooth Festival.
Brohard Paw Park is a dog-friendly beach—always popular among visitors toting their pets along. Dog drinking fountains, dog showers and leash posts are just a few of the amenities. Dogs can also roam free in the nearby beach area. It’s fun for the owners, too.

Manasota Key
Manasota Beach is a gem—often deserted and incredibly beautiful. There is a boat ramp on the bay side, as well as picnic tables. It’s the perfect place to get away.
Blind Pass Beach has a nature trail with dunes, so it’s ideal for a walk on the beach. The quiet beach also has picnic tables.
Englewood Beach is the most popular on Manasota Key, so it lacks free parking, but it is still very affordable—just a quarter an hour during the day. There is a picnicking area, as well.
Stump Pass Beach is relatively unknown—on the southernmost end of Manasota, you’ll find its frequently empty sands, beautiful view and old Florida feel.

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