Live, work, and playWhy choose Swan Lake Village and Bradenton?

Swan Lake Village is centrally located along Florida’s Gulf Coast in Manatee County, home to world-class beaches! The area boasts a high quality of life with year-round sunshine, a unique cultural heritage, a vibrant arts community, county-wide festivals, natural preserves and wildlife. Some of the state’s best recreational outdoor activities and facilities can be found in Manatee County. Enjoy boating and swimming in crystal clear waters of the Gulf of Mexico, surf the waves off Anna Maria Island, stroll along the piers that line the sandy beaches, or hike the miles of trails. Manatee County is a “Wonderland of Activities”!
Bradenton Riverwalk Tower Plaza

MAKE A TRIP TO THE CITY BEACHESConveniently located between Bradenton and Sarasota for your enjoyment

The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art

THE VAN WEZEL PERFORMING ARTS HALLFine art, a historic mansion, two circus museums and a theater, just a 15 minute drive!

Tarpon Springs - Sponge Docks

JOHN AND MABLE RINGLING MUSEUM OF ARTEntertaining audiences for 42 years, with music, dance, theater, and comedy

High quality homes and great surroundingsPerfect location, a peaceful neighborhood setting

About the Bradenton, Manatee County, and Sarasota Areas

Our community is conveniently situated between Bradenton and the world-famous resort town of Sarasota. Our residents have easy access to phenomenal dining and shopping options here, including the nearby St. Armand’s Circle. Sarasota, once the winter home of the Ringling Brothers, is also a hub for miles of wonderful beaches such as Lido Beach and Siesta Key Beach.

Bradenton is known as the “Friendly City of Florida.” Historic Downtown Bradenton has a mix of attractions including museums, theaters, art galleries, antique shops, historic parks, a waterfront district and restaurants. For the outdoor enthusiast it has world-class beaches for swimming and water activities, marinas for boating and fishing. The area offers accessibility, affordability and opportunity.

  • There is plenty of shopping within close proximity to the Community; ALDI and Save-A-Lot are within walking distance; Publix and Winn-Dixie are within a five minute drive and a Fresh Market, Walmart, Sam’s Club and Traders Joe’s are all within a short distance from the Community
  • St Armands Circle, only 15 minutes from the Community, is an “island” shopping center separated from the mainland by the Sarasota Bay; There are plenty of boutique shops and a variety of restaurants, including Columbia Restaurant
  • There are numerous shopping malls in Bradenton including Westgate Shopping Center, Carrousel at Palmetto Shopping Center, Southwood Malland South Trail Village Shopping Center
  • Because the area is home to fresh seafood there is a variety of dining from Mom and Pop seafood establishments like Anna Marie Oyster Bar and Beach House, as well as seafood chains like Red Lobster; There is plenty of fine dining available throughout Bradenton, Sarasota and the barrier islands
  • The Bradenton River Library is part of the Manatee County Public Library System, and is located five miles from the Community, just a short 10 minute drive
  • The Manatee Village Historical Park, is a collection of restored buildings from Manatee County’s settlement; It is a hands-on museum that lets you experience life in Manatee County before the arrival of modern conveniences such as automobiles and electricity
  • The Bradenton Riverwalk is Bradenton’s outdoor gathering place where there are concerts, festivals, art talks, movies, food, volleyball, educational events, yoga, skateboarding, fishing, crafts, youth theatre, and boating. It is is only five miles from the Community, a short 15 minute drive
  • Lake Manatee State Park is located 15 miles east of Bradenton on State Road 64 just 10 minutes from the community; the park provides hiking, picnicking, and camping; it runs along the shores of Lake Manatee, a 2,400 acre lake; a boat ramp for easy access to the lake is for boats with 20 horsepower or less; canoeing, kayaking, boating, swimming and fishing are all available

Some of the best beaches in the nation

Bradenton, Manatee and Sarasota County areas have some of the best beaches in the nation. Along the blue-green Gulf Coast waters of Florida you can “Discover the Charm of Old Florida” on some of the most beautiful beaches in America.

  • Anna Maria Island is a barrier island on the coast of Manatee County; It is home to the best beaches; the island sits on a seven-mile long stretch along the city of Bradenton Beach, city of Holmes Beach and city of Anna Maria
    • Coquina Beach, located in the Bradenton Beach area is a hidden gem, surrounded by beautiful blue waters and white sands; It is located on the peaceful south end of Anna Maria Island with free parking, lifeguards, concessions, picnic tables, playground, restroom and showers
    • Bradenton Beach, also located in the Bradenton Beach area, where the beach extends north from Coquina and Cortez beaches, and features shaded parking and long views up and down the coastline; It has casual dining, ice cream parlors and quaint little shops
    • Holmes Beach, located in the city of Holmes Beach, is a nice quiet stretch of white sand and is a great spot for your beach chair and an unforgettable sunset
  • Longboat Key Beach, located mid-island, is close to Sarasota and Anna Maria Island; It is a 12-mile stretch of beach that has everything from 5-star dining to paddleboard lessons
  • Lido Key Beach, is one of Florida’s most pristine beaches located in Sarasota and around the corner from beautiful St. Armands Circle
  • Siesta Key Beach was voted #1 Beach in America in 2011 for its white sand beaches and the sparkling, calm waters of the Gulf of Mexico; The beach runs along an eight-mile long barrier island located along the Sarasota Bay and Florida’s Intracoastal Waterway where you can explore the mangrove forests, fish for snook or pompano, or dine at Sarasota’s dockside restaurants and pubs

For the Sports Enthusiast 

  • The Pittsburgh Pirates hold their spring training in Downtown Bradenton at McKechnie Field
  • The Minor league Bradenton Marauders play in the Florida State League in the Class A-Advanced, at McKechnie Field
  • The Spring Training Camps of the Minnesota Twins, New York Yankees, Boston Red SoxBaltimore Orioles and the Philadelphia Phillies are all within 60 miles of the Community

Healthcare in the Manatee County Area

  • Blake Medical Center, located at 2020 59th St W in Bradenton is a leading provider of quality healthcare to the Manatee County area; It is a state of the art hospital that provides acute care and emergency services in a trauma center and is a quick 10 minute drive from the Community
  • Manatee Memorial Hospital is a 319 bed acute care facility which has served the Manatee County Community for over 60 years located 20 minutes from the Community

Arts and Culture in the Manatee County and Sarasota Areas

  • The Village of the Arts, known as Florida’s largest art colony, is a community where artists live and work in their home; There are art galleries, studios, bookstores, cafes, shops and other small businesses
  • South Florida Museum is located on the Manatee River in downtown Bradenton; it is the largest natural and cultural history museum on the Gulf Coast of Florida which includes the Parker Manatee Aquarium and the Bishop Planetarium
    • The Parker Manatee Aquarium is a 60,000 gallon rehabilitation habitat for injured manatees
    • Bishop Planetarium is a digital planetarium where a star and multimedia show is shown and lectures and films are held
  • The Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, set along Sarasota’s beautiful bay front has been entertaining audiences with a variety of music, dance, theater and comedy for more than 42 years; it is located only 8 miles from the Community in Sarasota
  • Players Theater of Sarasota, the non-professional community theatre located in Sarasota is dedicated to presenting a diverse and entertaining slate of high quality, volunteer driven theatrical experiences that educate, stimulate and enrich the entire community; the theatre is 8 miles from the Community a quick 15 minute drive
  • Asolo Repertory Theatre is Florida’s premier professional theatre; it is a center for theatrical excellence, having up to fifteen productions every season, comprising of newly commissioned plays, bold reinterpretations of contemporary and classical works, and provocative new musical theatre experiences
  • John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art is the state of the art museum of Florida located on the Sarasota Bay in Florida, the museum is made up of fine art, a historic mansion, two circus museums and a theater; whether you are a circus, art, or history fan the Ringling has something for everyone in the family
  • Mote Marine Lab and Aquarium is a research lab that provides care to injured animals; manatees and loggerhead turtles are two of many animals being cared for at the lab; It is located in Sarasota, 25 minutes from the Community


  • Manatee County Area Transit (MCAT) has a stop near the entrance of Swan Lake Village Community; it provides public transportation for Manatee County Area from 5:30 am until 7 pm, 6 days a week; MCAT has 13 fixed-line bus routes plus a dial-a-ride paratransit service, called the “HandyBus”
  • Amtrak Station provides passenger rail service; the Bradenton Station Building is located at I-75 & Route 64
  • Sarasota/Bradenton International Airport, is conveniently located just 5 miles from the Community in Sarasota; the airport is a gateway to the southwest Gulf Coast of Florida
  • Tampa International Airport is one of the top 3 airports in North America and top 5 in the world and is just 60 miles north of the Community, a 50 minute commute
  • St Pete-Clearwater International Airport, provides non-stop service between Tampa Bay and convenient destinations throughout the US and Canada; it is a 45 minute drive from the Community
  • Sarasota County Area Transit (SCAT), is the award-winning public transportation in the Sarasota area; Swan Lake Village Community residents have access to it at the stop around the corner on U.S. 41

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About The Surrounding Areas of Southwest Florida

  • Florida State Parks were twice awarded the National Recreation and Parks Association‘s Gold Medal Award, honoring Florida as the “Nation’s Best State Park Service”
  • Busch Gardens is located in Tampa, approximately one hour from the Community
  • Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando is approximately 100 miles from the Community
  • SeaWorld is a theme park, a marine life based zoological park located in Orlando, 110 miles from the Community
  • LEGOLAND is a 150-acre interactive theme park with more than 50 rides, shows, attractions and an all new water park
  • Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks are located in Tarpon Springs, minutes from Tampa, with numerous things to do and see; you will find Sponge Docks, Greek restaurants, bakeries, natural sponges, sponge diving, tours, sightseeing cruises, souvenirs, shopping and live entertainment
  • Westfield Citrus Park Mall, located in Tampa off of Veterans Expressway (SR 589) at Gunn Highway has many shopping and dining options
  • The Tampa area is home to three major league sport teams:
    • Tampa Bay Rays is the major league baseball team located in St. Petersburg, their home field being Tropicana Field
    • Tampa Bay Lightning is Tampa’s professional ice hockey team skating at the Tampa Bay Times Forum
    • Tampa Bay Buccaneers are an NFL playing at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa
  • Tampa Bay Downs is the only thoroughbred race track on the west coast of Florida, and is known as one of America’s oldest and most well-maintained racetracks
  • The Ruth Eckerd Hall is a nationally recognized premier Performing Arts Center located in Clearwater; the Center’s traditional and innovative performances and educational experiences draw a diverse audience
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Swan Lake Village is centrally located along Florida’s Gulf Coast in Manatee County, home to world-class beaches! We are 45 miles south of Tampa, Florida, conveniently located between downtown Bradenton and the City of Sarasota. The Community is 3 miles north of the famous resort town of Sarasota and 3 miles south of Historic Downtown Bradenton. The area boasts a high quality of life with year-round sunshine, a unique cultural heritage, beautiful sun-bleached beaches, a vibrant arts community, county-wide festivals, natural preserves and wildlife. Some of the state’s best recreational outdoor activities and facilities can be found in Manatee County, a “Wonderland of Activities”!