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5100 - 60th St. E. Bradenton, FL  34203

Local Phone: 941-758-5335
Toll Free U.S.: 800-291-3446
Fax: 941-727-0911

E-mail: hshoecove@aol.com



In a picturesque oak grove along the Braden River, Horseshoe Cove RV Resort provides guests and residents with a 5-star luxury lifestyle. From our 12-acre private island park with its lighted fishing pier, to our nature trails and screened-in picnic pavilion, Horseshoe Cove more than earns its reputation as the highest-rated RV park in Bradenton FL.

At Horseshoe Cove, our 475 grassy sites feature full-hookups, concrete pads and private picnic tables. Our grounds feature four laundry rooms, three bathhouses and a dog walk for pet-owners. Rally goers especially appreciate our expansive recreation center which features a kitchen, library, billiards and darts, a sewing room and a card room.

Outdoors, our guests enjoy shuffleboard, horseshoes, Pétanque and swimming our heated swimming pool and hot tub. During the winter month, we pack the days with community bingo, crafts, potluck dinners, woodworking, billiards, educational lectures, coffee hours, dances, pool parties, movie nights and music.


Directions:
Just north of Sarasota off I-75. From Jct. I-75 (Exit 217) and Hwy. 70. Go west 1 1/2 miles, then right 1/4 mile on Caruso Road (60th Street East).

Amenities & Activities
30 AMP, 50 AMP, Age Qualified (55+), Aqua Aerobics, Bathhouse, BBQ, Billiards, Bingo, Boat, Dock, Bocce, Cable Available, Chapel/Religious Services, Clubhouse, Controlled Access, Covered Pavilion, Crafting, Darts, Fishing, Full Hook Up, Golf Nearby, Gym, Heated Pool, Horseshoes, Hot Tub, Karaoke, Laundry Facilities, Library, Mailbox, Marina, Musical Events, Onsite Rentals, Open Year Round, Pet Area, Petanque, Picnic Tables, Ping Pong, Planned Activities, Poker, Recycle Bin, Restrooms, Shuffleboard, Water, Water Access, Wi-fi Access













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