10777 Cortez Rd. West (SR 684) Bradenton, FL 34210
    On Sarasota Bay

Office: (941) 794-1200
Toll Free: (800) 247-8361
Fax: (941) 761-0629

Eager to experience Life by the Bay? Sarasota Bay RV Park is walking distance to the sparkling, pristine waters of Sarasota Bay and boasts wonderful views of Anna Maria Island. Whether you prefer a lazy stroll down the beach, a swim in our private pool, or taking part in one of our many social events, Sarasota Bay RV Park has it all.

Sarasota Bay RV Park is centrally located, just minutes from many of the Suncoast's finest shops, golf courses and public beaches. Our 55+ requirement and a strict “no pet” policy ensures that the atmosphere is relaxing and enjoyable for all of our guests.

We offer 240 sites, all with full hook-ups (both 30 & 50 amp are available) and a typical site width of 25 feet. Park amenities include a heated pool, rec hall, and professional shuffleboard court.

Weekly Exercise Classes, Swedish Weaving, Bible Study, Line Dancing, Clogging, Variety of Card Games, Wood Shop, Computer Classes, ART Classes, Bingo, Clogging, Shuffleboard tournament, Craft Shows, Potluck Dinners, Pancake Breakfasts, Ice Cream Socials, Parade/Picnic (March), Horseshoes

Park amenities:

Heated Pool & Spa, Rec Hall (Seasonal Activities), Shower Hall & Restrooms, Excercise Room, Shuffleboard Court, Waterside Gazebo, Fishing Dock Access, Boat Ramp, Laundromat, Dump Station, LP Gas, Picnic Facilities

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