Bradenton has fascinating attractions that offer enlightenment on area marine life, local history and, indeed, the entire universe in which we live. Here are some places to put on your sightseeing list when you stay at Pleasant Lake RV Resort.
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Pleasant Lake RV Resort lies in Bradenton, a city on Florida’s Gulf Coast that has many delights. We recommend exploring the beautiful Riverwalk and stopping at the downtown markets.
February will be another glorious month at Pleasant Lake RV Resort because many get-togethers are planned. Between the special events and the regular weekly activities, the fun never stops here.
Golden hours of camaraderie, good food and fun await you at Pleasant Lake RV Resort. Join us for a French toast breakfast on December 2, a potluck on December 13 and a pancake breakfast on December 17. In addition, we get together for a free movie with popcorn on Friday nights and have square dancing lessons on most Sunday afternoons.
As the snowbirds are making their way down to their winter home with us at Pleasant Lake RV Resort, our activities calendar is gearing up. Come join the cozy community of campers who enjoy an active social life here.
Museums are probably the first things on the list when giving someone advice on what to do in a specific area.
When you stay with us at Pleasant Lake RV Resort, it really is more than just a pleasant experience. We treat you like family.
During the high season, our guests enjoy bingo, Bible studies, potlucks, shows, game nights and ice cream socials, along with classes and clubs including line dancing, basket weaving, water aerobics and a miniature boat club. There’s something for everyone!
With Spring Weather upon us it’s time to get out and enjoy nature. What better place than the Canoe Outpost on the Peace River (Best Place to Canoe) to paddle among the flora and fauna, manatees and gators. Looking for a good restaurant? Try Wheeler’s Cafe (Best Hometown Cafe/Diner) at 13 South Monroe for a great breakfast or lunch (6am - 3pm). This cafe has been serving up home cooked meals since 1929, and be sure to leave room for the World Famous Peanut Butter Pie.
It seems that everyone loves the traditional Greek sandwich, the Gyro. Some of us have enjoyed other dishes and desserts as well. If you haven’t been so fortunate you’re in luck. The 31st Annual St. Barbara Greek Festival is scheduled at Sarasota’s St. Barbara Greek Orthodox Church. This four day celebration is a great way to experience the sights, sounds and tastes that define the traditional Greek way of life. Enjoy the hospitality of the Greek community that evokes the simple pleasures of life in a Greek village.