- The list below includes 152 free or cheap things to do in or near Holmes Beach, Florida, including 82 different types of inexpensive activities like Fishing, Beaches, Art Gallery and Paddleboarding.
- From Manatee Public Beach to Holmes Beach, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Holmes Beach and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Sarasota, Bradenton, St. Petersburg and Ruskin.
With a free parking lot and plenty of other amenities, such as picnic tables and shelters, playgrounds and volleyball courts, Manatee Public Beach is popular among the local residents. It is 900 feet-long.
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526 69th St, Holmes Beach, FL 34217 MoreLess Info
Tampa Bay Fishing with Captain Matt - Private Tours provides fishing charters on a 24 foot custom Sheaffer boat. Both shallow water and deep sea charters are offered, directed by U.S. Coastguard licensed Captain Matt Ercoli.
Enjoy your next visit to Holmes Beach, Florida courtesy of AMI Paddleboard Adventures. Stand-up paddleboarding is easy, fun and a great way to get out on the water without renting a boat. No prior experience is required.
Captain Mark Howard pilots a 23 ft. Hydrasport 230 Baybolt through waters around Anna Maria Island. Charter full or half day excursions through inshore, backwater, and near shore waters for snook, redfish, trout, tarpon, cobia, grouper, and many other species.
Island Gallery West offers a variety of art by talented local and regional artists. For nearly 25 years, the Gallery has offered paintings, mixed media, photography, jewelry, pottery, and stained glass and currently displays the works of nearly 30 artists.
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4903 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach, FL 34217 MoreLess Info
Fish the Tampa Bay Inshore Fishing Charters - Private Tours is a company that specializes in private near shore and inshore fishing charters near Holmes Beach. Some types of fish that can be caught on the trips include Flounder, Trout, and Snook.
Visitors can enjoy deep sea fishing charters with Captain Vern Bratvold at Sea Pro Sportfishing. Their trips target a wide variety of fish including snapper, grouper, amberjack, tuna, mahi mahi, and king mackerel.
Visitors can enjoy surfing, fishing, sunbathing, supervised swimming, boating, and various other recreational activities at Coquina Beach. Dolphins can be seen in the area and the beach also features a playground, picnic tables, and concessions.