Englewood Beach

Englewood is a vibrant waterfront community situated on Lemon Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Nestled at the southern end of Sarasota County and the western side of Charlotte County, the town straddles the county line. Englewood offers miles of unspoiled beaches, boating, sailing, and world-class fishing in Lemon Bay and Stump Pass. Much of the housing in the area is in close proximity to the water. If you can dream it, The Triad Group can build it in Englewood, “The Gem of the Suncoast.”

Englewood features a diverse range of waterfront and non-waterfront neighborhoods, including Olde Englewood, Manasota Key, East Englewood, five separate Rotonda West communities, Placida, Grove City, Cape Haze, Gulf Cove/South Gulf Cove, Little Gasparilla Island, Knight Island (aka Palm Island), and Boca Grande.

Breathtaking gulf views, water sports, quaint shops, and exploration of some of Florida’s most notable cultural and artistic events characterize Englewood. The adventurous may spend the day parasailing over the Gulf of Mexico, while others explore the town’s many biking and hiking trails. The area hosts 11 beautiful golf courses, with the majority being open to the public year-round. Sportfishing is also a top activity in the Englewood area, offering backwater flats fishing to world-class Tarpon fishing. The Lemon Bay Playhouse, located on historic Dearborn Street, provides live community theater year-round. Renowned eateries offer Florida seafood and fine southern cuisine.

Numerous parks dot the Englewood area, with Ann Dever Memorial Regional Park, Lemon Bay Park and Nature Center, and Cedar Point Environmental Park being among the most recognized. Many of the parks offer canoeing, kayaking, fishing, nature preserves, environmental centers, and more.