Charlotte County is ideally situated on Southwest Floridaâ€™s Gulf Coast. It has 694 square miles of canals, 219 miles of shoreline, 70 parks and recreation areas, including a 65,000 acre wildlife management area, and 12.5 miles of Gulf Coast beaches. Charlotte County offers marinas and boating clubs for power and sail boats alike. Choose from over 14 magnificent golf courses throughout Charlotte County, ranging from executive to championship.
Gulf beaches are 30-35 minutes from the Murdock area of Port Charlotte. 40 minutes to Venice or Nokomis Beach in Sarasota County.
Beaches located within Charlotte County
Don Pedro Island State Park â€“ Boca Grande
Only accessible by private boat. Offering swimming, shelling, picnicking, hiking and fishing.
Englewood Beach â€“ Englewood
Pavillion, boardwalk, grills, picnic shelters, playground, volleyball and basketball courts, fishing, horseshoes, and restrooms.
Port Charlotte Beach Park â€“ Port Charlotte
Fishing, boat ramps, canoe and kayaking, basketball court, tennis court, volleyball courts, bocce ball, horseshoes, picnic shelter, playground, swimming pool, beach, restrooms, and a recreation center with room rentals available.
Stump Pass Beach State Park â€“ Englewood
Southernmost end of Manasota Key. Sunbathing, shelling, fishing, outdoor showers, restrooms, and shelter.
Our office is located in Port Charlotte and I live in Port Charlotte. I would be happy to send you some listings, but feel free to search our web site for homes of interest as well.
Tammy Hayes, Realtor, Green Lion Realty