Casey Key is a barrier island off the coast of Southwest Florida, located south of Siesta Key. Casey Key is erroneously named after Captain John Charles Casey as a result of a U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey chart published in 1851. Captain John Casey and his army were settled at Casey’s Key, located south of the island, at the time. The narrow island of Casey Key is one of Sarasota’s hidden gems, an isolated and exclusive enclave just off the sleepy mainland town of Nokomis. Between the cities of Sarasota and Venice lie a handful of communities and enclaves worth exploring. On the mainland are Osprey and Nokomis, home to Oscar Scherer State Park, Historic Spanish Point, and a popular 10-mile paved biking pathway called the Legacy Trail. Venture off the mainland to Casey Key. Stay at one of the beach condos and seaside nooks nearby the bustling Nokomis Beach, Sarasota County’s oldest public beach.
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