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All reviews shark teeth large rocks florida snow shovel low tide restroom facilities great place plenty of parking great facilities free parking rest rooms white sand parking area siesta key fish shells beach strainer
Limited parking in season but great beach for looking for sharks teeth and swimming and family day outing
Also great beach to walk goes a long ways south
We Always bring our guests here when visiting a good change from Nokomis and Venice Besches
It's a beach we will go back to many times. Last in the row of Venice Beaches it made me think of Hawaiian beaches. Beautiful, blue water and great dunes. We had an incredible day
with family. In spite of the rain we played hard!
Went here with my daughter who is in her mid 20s. The first day I saw a lot of people with a special tool, a wire basket on a pole. I guess that's how to shift through shells and find the shark teeth. I think...More
I can drive here in 25 minutes, snowbirds are here, otherwise would take 15 minutes. This beach has free parking, a boardwalk to walk from the parking lot to the beach.....in other words, you don't have to walk on the sand with all your beach...More
This is a great beach of the main area, and on the southern end of Venice Island. Just so the new comers know the main section of the City of Venice is a Island. It has waater on all sides, and you must cross one...More
We heard that Venice Beach is the shark's teeth capital of the world, so we decided to find out on our own. The amenities were good and the beach was clean. We arrived early (low tide), so parking wasn't an issue. With our sand shovel...More
Farther down Caspersen Beach (to the south) there are less rocks. However, this beach is more likely to have undertow, rip currents, etc. in the water. If your goal is the safest place to swim, I suggest Venice Beach (near... More
Farther down Caspersen Beach (to the south) there are less rocks. However, this beach is more likely to have undertow, rip currents, etc. in the water. If your goal is the safest place to swim, I suggest Venice Beach (near Venice's cute town and closer to the Jetty) where the beach is wider, there are no rocks, and the water is typically calmer. Venice Beach also has lifeguards.