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Right at the northern limit of Venice Beach, South Jetty is a favorite spot for fishing, strolling, sitting in the sun, and watching sunsets.




Two jettys (long rock piers) frame Casey's Pass, the inlet that connects the Gulf of Mexico to Lyons, Dona and Roberts bays north of the center of Venice (map).

The jetty on the Venice (south) side of Casey's Pass is South Jetty. Across the inlet to the north is North Jetty at the southern end of Nokomis's Casey Key, reached via Albee Road West and South Casey Key Road.

There's access from North Jetty to the fine Nokomis Beach.

South Jetty is part of Humphris Park, with toilets, picnic tables, benches, shade trees, a parking lot, and plenty of fishing opportunities. Like the Venice beaches, South Jetty is a favorite place to watch the sunset.

To get to South Jetty, follow Venice Avenue west to its western end at Venice Beach, turn right (north) and follow the road to its end at the jetty in Humphris Park.

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South Jetty, Venice, Florida

South Jetty, looking north
toward Nokomis Beach.