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This park provide unique opportunities for visitors to enjoy natural Florida beaches. They are contiguous sections of a 100-acre property that interacts with four bodies of water; the Gulf of Mexico, Big Pass, Sarasota Bay and Brushy Bayou. Because...more
Located at the tip of Lido Key, you'll find this free park that wraps around the point. Sarasota bay on one side and Gulf on the other. There's plenty of beach plus a shaded playground, picnic tables and volley ball court. Lots of parking and...More
For an unparalled experience, get on your bike and get out here to Ted Sperling Park. This place is magical and if you go early enough, there are few people around and it will feel like you are the only one(s) besides the birds that...More
An escape from the crowds and hustle in the area, a lovely park to take a nature walk, dip your toes in the water, sit on a bench, breath. There are 2 lots, the northern lots has a place to rent kayaks to explore the...More
The mangrove tunnels are very different and fun to navigate. Took a 2 person kayak through without difficulty. Two comments: very crowded on a Saturday morning. If I go back it will definitely be on a non-weekend day. The tunnels are not well marked. We...More
We are staying on Lido Key about 10 minutes from Ted Sperling park.This is our second year in this location, but we've had more opportunity this time around to visit the park. It offers an amazing contrast to the rest of Lido Key. We can't...More
We were driving Lido Key exploring and came upon an entry with a sign saying Ted Sperling State Park. When we drove in, we found a large park with plenty of parking, picnic tables, facilities, walking paths to the water, and a beautiful beach.