on the Gulf of Mexico in Sunny SW Florida
Casey Key is an eight-mile stretch of lush seclusion. Two bridges, one of which a single lane swing bridge from the 1920s, access… the one and only… narrow island road. At the south end, the two public beaches are easily accessed from the south bridge.
Nokomis Beach offers 20 unspoiled acres of sea grapes, Australian Pines and manicured sandy beach. Boat ramps, fishing sites, playground, and picnic areas are offered along Lemon Bay while beachgoers enjoy boardwalks, gazebos and a picnic grove on the Gulf side.
At the southern tip of Casey Key is North Jetty Park where Lemon Bay empties into the Gulf of Mexico. Shaded by towering Australian pines, there’s a bait shop, concession, boat ramps, beach, picnic and play areas attracting families, fishermen, boaters, beachgoers, and nature lovers.
Check it out…