Visitors come to this secluded beach on the southernmost end of Manasota Key to enjoy the year-round swimming, shelling, and fishing, as well as the 1.3-mile hiking trail. The trail passes through five distinct natural communities that provide homes for many species of wildlife and features five covered picnic tables along the way. There is an additional covered picnic table near the restrooms. Other amenities include outdoor showers and beach wheelchairs available for free. Visitors may see manatees, gopher tortoises, snowy egrets, least terns, and magnificent frigate birds. Ranger-led nature hikes are available in the winter. Admission is $3 per vehicle.