Park Trace offers a balanced lifestyle: close to great schools, state parks, and downtown Sarasota!
Park Trace, located in Osprey, provides a great lifestyle for all. With access to some of the best schools in the area and the relaxing, nature trails of several state parks, the opportunities to enjoy recreation are literally endless. The subdivision contains many single-family homes, some of which feature updated amenities.
For school-age residents, Park Trace is ideally located in a exceptional school district. Well-known as one of the region’s best schools, Pine View School is just minutes away. Other schools that students might attend are Laurel Nokomis Elementary, Laurel Nokomis Middle, and Venice Senior High School. Other academic hubs of knowledge nearby are the campuses of New College of Florida, University of South Florida, Manatee-Sarasota campus, and Ringling College of Art and Design located in nearby Sarasota.
Every nature lover's dream!
If you want to enjoy the Florida sun at the beach, then Casey Key is just minutes away. Spend the day making sandcastles, fishing, or tanning and then head to Casey Key Fish House if you are craving scallops, sea bass, snapper, or other delicious fare. The Fish House is located on the water so you can keep enjoying the refreshing sea breezes while sipping your margarita and enjoying conversation with old friends or making new friends at the beach bar. If you love to boat or fish, access to the Gulf and Intracoastal waters is just a short distance away.
For nature lovers, Park Trace is an unmatched place to purchase your next home. Within minutes of the Legacy Trail and Oscar Scherer State Park, voted twice as Florida’s Best State Park, you have unlimited access to nature trails featuring many species found in southwest Florida in their almost-untouched, natural surroundings, including the scrub jay, a threatened species native to Florida. If you are looking for a day out with the family, then Oscar Scherer State Park provides you with a variety of activities to participate in. Bring along—or even rent—your own kayak or canoe and enjoy paddling down the beautiful black water stream. Visitors to the park can also enjoy fishing and picnicking areas.