Spring 2019 Available Dates

Want to enjoy this beautiful sunset every night! Come stay with us this Spring. Plenty of weeks still available at Sea Oats Beach Club and Englewood Beach and Yacht Club. Sea Oats Beach Club Weeks February 23-March 2 March 2--March 9 March 9--March 16 March 30—April 6 April 6—April 13 April 13 – April 20 Please email info@englewoodbeachresorts.com or call 941-474-3611 for details Englewood Beach and Yacht Club Weeks March 2- March 9 March 9- March 16

Pay Maintenance Fees Online

The Board of Directors has instituted an online link for owners to pay their 2019 maintenance fees online. Please click on the appropriate button below to pay on a secure website operated by Heartland Global Payments. Sea Oats 2019 maintenance fee $513 per unit/week NOTE: Please put unit number(s) and week(s) in "Invoice" field  Pay Sea Oats Maintenance Fee EBYC 2019 maintenance fee $529 per unit/week NOTE: Please put unit number(s) and week(s) in "Invoice"

Sunset Clause

Sea Oats Beach Club Sunset Clause On May 16th, 2018, the results in an officially called vote of the membership of Sea Oats Beach Club were as follows: 815 votes to strike the 2022 Sunset Clause in the Sea Oats Beach Club condominium documents. 30 votes to keep the 2022 Sunset Clause in the Sea Oats Beach Club condominium documents. The Board of Directors are happy to announce that the result means that the owners

Visit The Hermann’s Royal Lipizzan Stallions and the Winter Training Site in Myakka City

If you are looking for a nice trip with great scenery and Olde Florida charm, let me suggest Hermann’s Lipizzan Stallions in Myakka City, east of Sarasota. Myakka City is their winter training site and the Lipizzan Stallions are in residence from Late December to Mid April. It is an easy trip up 1-75 to Fruitville Road exit with a ride through the rural countryside to the farm where the Lipizzan Stallions spend the winter

Professional Baseball in Englewood

I was driving along State Road 776 in Port Charlotte when I saw a baseball stadium. It was the afternoon and I realized that there was a Spring Training baseball game being played.  I love baseball so I turned into the parking lot, parked and walked up to the box office. Luckily there were still tickets available.  I purchased 2 tickets and we walked into the stadium. They were 1 inning into the start and

You Must Visit Englewood Farmers Market

A "must do" while staying on Manasota Key is a visit to the Englewood Farmers Market, held downtown Englewood every Thursday from 9am-2pm, Oct-May. It's a huge market and is loaded with fresh produce, meats, seafood, and bakery items. You're guaranteed to find everything you'll need to whip up a delicious dinner back at your place. You'll also find plenty of unique handcrafted items, artwork, soaps and plants. Organic foods and gluten free options are

Beach Yoga

Yoga on the beach... listening to the ocean's ebb and flow, feeling the sun warming your body, absorbing the earth's energy and breathing in the clean ocean air.  Each morning, Lata and Robert  from Loving Light Yoga guides participants through gentle stretches and yoga poses with clear instruction on how to adapt each exercise to each participant's level of ability.  It's a wonderful way to start every morning and a little piece of Englewood's cool vibe. The class is at

My picks for the top 10 places to eat in Englewood, Florida

The Lock and Key We had visited friends in Sarasota and it was getting late in the day. We were starving and as we get back onto the island we saw that The Lock and Key Restaurant was the open for dinner.  They have plenty of specials and my wife chose the Shrimp Vera Cruz and I got the Surf and Turf.  While waiting for the entrees we split a crab cake appetizer. Everything was

Finding Nature in Englewood area

Manasota Key and Englewood are great area to get away and find truly natural area of nature. A survey of visitors to Florida showed that over 50% of people who come to Florida came for the beaches and nature parks. Manasota Key has Stump Pass State Park at the end of the key. For a small parking fee, you can walk the approximately ¾ mile of natural island landscaping and at the end of the