Chauncy Howard Park
Please click HERE for further Details… Chauncy Howard was a community activist who lived near this spot. His family donated money for this handicapped-accessible beach park. Amenities: Beach access with wheelchair accessible boardwalk, bike racks, benches, showers and drinking fountains. Location: 601 The Esplanade North.
Amenities: ADA accessible gazebo, parking lot, picnic tables, benches, restrooms, memorial to veterans, Venice MainStreet information kiosk and interactive fountain in an area sometimes used for special events. The fountain is open from 9:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Location: 200 W. Venice Ave., in the heart of downtown, […]
Brohard Park, the beach between Airport Avenue and Caspersen Beach, is named for Smyth Brohard, who served and mayor of Venice from 1958-71. Maxine Barritt Park is named for community activist, Maxine Barritt, who lobbied to have a passive park on the site.Service Club Park is named so because it was built with volunteer efforts […]
Blalock Park is named for James T. Blalock, who served as mayor of Venice from 1929-41. Amenities: Also, known as the Cultural Campus, the park includes Venice Public Library, Venice Art Center, Venice Community Center and the historical Triangle Inn, housing the Venice Museum and Archives. Please click HERE for further details…
Biehl Park is named for Michael Biehl, who donated money to the Sarasota Conservation Foundation for the purchase of the property on which the park was created. Please click HERE for more details…