Blind Pass Beach

6725 Manasota Key Road
Englewood

Blind Pass Beach

Park/Recreation AreaWaterfront/Riverside ParkWater FeatureWildlife HabitatCoastal HabitatSwimmingCanoe/Kayak Site

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Blind Pass Beach, also known as Middle Beach, is in between the Gulf of Mexico and Lemon Bay. It has a park, beach front, trails through mangrove forest, kayak launches, fishing docks, and bird watching. The mangroves are preserved to protect the land from erosion and the ecosystem supports many types of wildlife including crabs, birds, dolphins, and manatees. The docks and trash receptacles are made of durable, recycled materials and the park provides recycle, waste and fishing line disposal sites.
-Bryan Knight, student at SCF sustainability class

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