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Getting Around Town: Do you need a car?

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Getting Around

Free Trolley & Shuttle Services

Siesta Key Breeze The Siesta Key Breeze is a free trolley circulator service provided by SCAT that runs from Siesta Village to Turtle Beach Park. The route has three major stops, however, riders can flag the trolley anywhere between Turtle Beach Park and the intersection of Stickney Pt. Rd. along Midnight Pass Road.  Jonny’s Original Free Ride Service For those of you who really do not wish to wait around for the trolley as many stops are made up and down Midnight Pass Rd. and Beach Rd., you can call a Free Ride Service.  Jonny’s Original fits the bill.  Just contact them about 20 minutes prior to needing your ride and they will arrive with an air conditioned van or golf cart to service your needs.  Since this is a private service, tips are always welcomed but the ride is always free. 

Renting Vehicles

There are so many ways to get around Siesta Key and Sarasota. If you don't want to rent a car, renting scooters, bicycles, or utilizing our expansive and economical bus service are all wonderful options!

When Should You Rent A Car?

Parking on Siesta Key can be a hassle. And there are more than enough options to avoid it. If you are planning to expand your trip to neighboring cities like Anna Maria, St. Pete, or inland to the swamps, you may want to drive. Public transport is easy to use from Long-Boat Key all the way down to Venice, but much further, can involve a lot of transfers.

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