Myakka Valley Ranches
Blaze the trails at Myakka Valley Ranches!
Myakka Valley Ranches is a stunning, equestrian community nestled among some of Florida’s most beautiful natural surroundings. This oasis features many luxury homes in varying shapes and styles set just seven miles from I-75 and only thirty minutes from bustling Downtown Sarasota and breathtaking Siesta Key Beach. With almost 300 homes within the community, each home usually rests on ample acreage that allows homeowners to keep their horses comfortably on five or more acres per lot.
There are many great features about this subdivision, but it is well known, especially for its exceptional equestrian amenities and active social clubs. The community hosts a book club, saddle club for equestrians and horse lovers, and a women’s forum. In addition, the avid boater or kayaker will love this location, as there is a community boat ramp for ease of launching off into the beautiful water. The most exceptional aspect of Myakka Valley Ranches is the ease with which homeowners can access the outdoors, right in their own community! Myakka Valley Ranches offers approximately seventeen miles of horseback riding trails, and also provides trails perfect for hiking and biking, surrounded by lush Florida vegetation. Two lovely waterfront parks are exclusively maintained for the pleasure of residents within the subdivision.
School-age residents that live in Myakka Valley Ranches have access to an excellent school district, where they can easily be transported by bus to schools such as Lakeview Elementary, Sarasota Middle School, and Riverview High School. With Myakka River State Park only two miles away, residents can enjoy nature in one of the oldest state parks in Florida. This park offers 58 miles of the most beautiful Florida landscaping. Take a tour of the wetlands on an airboat or take a mini-safari and explore the rare Florida prairie lands. If this is not enough entertainment, then make sure to bring along your fishing rod or kayak! It is possible to fish, kayak, boat, camp, picnic, and explore the native wildlife at Myakka River State Park.