- Our list of the best things to do in Englewood, Florida, features the top 123 nearby activities — including 76 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Englewood, FL has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Water Activities, Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 24 things to do within the city of Englewood, FL , followed by 99 popular activities in nearby cities, including Venice, Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Siesta Key, Sarasota, North Port and Arcadia
Lemon Bay Tours offers its clients cruising services, in which they can spot dolphins, manatees, bald eagles, pelicans, and other marine fauna. The guide offers not only the description of the local flora and fauna, but also of the entire area, including its history.
Offering a wide selection of watersport rentals and tours, Beach Road Watersports is a one-stop shop for watersport enthusiasts. Rental options include powerboats, wave runners, and kayaks and tour options include dolphin cruises, sunset dinner cruises and more.
Situated on Lemon Bay in Englewood is the Cedar Point Environmental Park. The park features 115-acres of salt marsh, pine flatwoods and a unique narrow park atmosphere popular for nature walks, picnics, bird watching and kayaking.
Charlotte Harbor Tours offers private sunset tours on Lemon Bay for up to six passengers. These tours include only family or friends of passengers, never strangers. Patrons will leisurely cruise the Bay while viewing wildlife such dolphins, pelicans and osprey.
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Located along Oyster Creek, Ann Dever Memorial Regional Park offers an array of relaxing and active activities to those who visit. The park featured old pines, mangrove fringe-covered flatwoods and scenic picnic areas.
Lemon Bay Park is popular among wildlife watchers, since in here can be spotted turtles, rabbits, eagles, owls and many more others. It has picnic pavilions and shelters, an environmental center and an indoor facility which can be rented, among other amenities.
Open on Thursday mornings, the Englewood Farmers Market features two distinct sections. The west side features vendors selling produce, fresh bread, seafood, meats, and the like, while the east side features more produce as well as artwork and music.
With a history dating back to 1,000 BC, Indian Mound Park covers 10 acres and is suited for picnicking, fishing and hiking, among others. Since it has a rich history, in here can also be found different ancient artifacts.
Featuring guided fishing trips with Captain Kevin Lubold, Reel Charter Fishing specializes in light tackle fishing expeditions ranging from Lemond Bay to Boca Grande. Fish targeted include trout, redfish, tarpon, and snook.