What’s On Suncoast

What’s On, Suncoast? 7.10-7.17

The Suncoast Post asks, “What’s On, Suncoast?” Here are a few ideas for things to do around the area this week of 7.10-7.17! ALL are social distance approved for maximum fun!

I Kayak Sarasota

I Kayak Sarasota
1560 Blvd of the Arts (or a waterway near you), Sarasota, FL 34236

Need to get out of the house, and enjoy the fantastic sights around town with an eye on social distancing requirements? We have the fix for things to do in the area. I Kayak Sarasota is a company of experienced guides, at a locally owned company waiting to show you the best Sarasota has to offer on our waterways. You can find them by the Mangrove Tunnels at Lido Key for a personal tour, or simply rent a kayak and hit the water on your own. There is a world to discover out there, right in our backyards – six feet distance from everything but maybe some of the wildlife. Call, text, or check them out on Facebook today!

Meaney’s Mini Donuts

Meaney’s Mini Donuts
201 Canal Road, Sarasota, FL 34232

There is no need to wear a mask or schedule a delivery for dessert. Meaney’s Mini Donuts features a walk-up window to get their amazing fresh donuts. Additionally, fresh drinks are available to help lighten up your walk. Enjoy the fresh air and must try donuts topped with a variety of ingredients like cheesecake, peanut butter, and of course, chocolate. Gets some fresh air and a little sweet to make any day of the week, just a bit better. Check them out here on Yelp to see the fantastic reviews!

The Legacy Trail

The Legacy Trail
Various Entrance Points, Sarasota County

If you need social distancing options, there are a host of them that Legacy Trail allows. Walking, hiking, site seeing, biking, and simply soaking up the great history of Sarasota County in a curated path. This trail can be a full day adventure or a simple evening walk. Explore different sections of the trail to keep things interesting during this time of social distancing. Mile markers are there to help those with step goals, various markers with historical information throughout the path to learning more about this area of Florida. Get away from the house for a gorgeous change of scenery. Whether you want to bike for 50 miles, walk for 5 miles a day, or simply let the kids explore the Legacy Trail might be work checking out! Take a glance at the Facebook page here, and plan your next outing!

The Sun Garden Cafe

The Sun Garden Cafe
210 Avenida Madera, Sarasota, FL 34242

Are you tired of having to cook every meal due to limitations on dining out options? This summer remembers The Sun Garden Café for amazing, healthy, and light food options that need to be experienced to appreciate. The Sun Garden Café has a fabulous to-go menu available, and outdoor dining options to help with social distancing concerns. Walk on into this heart of Siesta Key Village mainstay, grab a wonderful muffin, entries with unique and healthy twists that have made this a favorite with snowbirds, vacationers, and locals. Call in an order today, or swing by for a tasty break to tickle your taste buds. Check out their menu here to plan your next meal!

Myakka River State Park

Myakka River State Park
13208 State Road 72, Sarasota, FL 34241

Bring your own picnic and enjoy wide-open spaces free of any inconveniences of dining or other experiences. Whether splashing around in the water, walking the numerous trails, or taking pictures of the abundant wildlife and vegetation. Your imagination is the only thing limiting what you can accomplish in this open space rich park. Plan a scavenger hunt to see who can find different items throughout. Or enjoy the canopy walk that might be the only place you need to worry about socially distancing in this amazing park. Pets are welcome in most areas to get our furry friends out of the house for some exercise as well!

Photos from above business website or Facebook pages.

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