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3574_640x480.jpg - Wellfield Park
1300 Ridgewood
Venice, FL 34292

The park is the site of the city of Venice's first drinking water wells and has been called Wellfield ever since.

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2707_640x480.jpg - Chuck Reiter Stadium. Photo courtesy of Scgov.net
250 Fort St
Venice, FL 34285

Chuck Reiter was a Little League coach who was instrumental in developing the Little League program in Venice.

Amenities: Four lighted baseball...

2713_640x480.jpg - Ed Smith Stadium
2700 12th St
Sarasota, FL 34237

This major league baseball facility features a 7,500-seat stadium, four additional onsite training fields with one practice half-field, five offsite training fields,...

2697_640x480.jpg - 17th Street Park - Image courtesy of Sarasota County Government
4570 17th St
Sarasota, FL 34235

?17th Street Park (including Miss Sarasota Softball, 17th Street Soccer and 17th Street Adult Softball) is a 96-acre park located on 17th...

3425_640x480.jpg - Twin Lakes Park
6700 Clark Rd.
Sarasota, FL 34241

A 123-acre park, Twin Lakes Park serves as a training base for minor and major league baseball. Professional baseball games are open...

3703_640x480.jpg - Youth Athletic Complex
2810 17th St.
Sarasota, FL 34234

This 40-acre park serves as one of Sarasota County's most popular athletic complexes providing opportunities for sports such as baseball, football, tennis...

2702_640x480.jpg - Bee Ridge Park. Photo courtesy of Scgov.net
4430 S. Lockwood Ridge Rd
Sarasota, FL 34231
Bee Ridge Park is a 10 acre park centrally located in Sarasota County just south of Bee Ridge Road. Current programming includes...
2727_640x480.jpg - Glebe Park. Photo courtesy of Scgov.net
998 Glebe Ln
Siesta Key - Sarasota, FL 34242

Glebe Park is a great neighborhood park offering picnicking, soccer, baseball, basketball, a playground and even a trail. The park was acquired...

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