Charlotte County, Florida.
Turtle Bay ends in Placida, Florida.
3484301.44 miles (5607441.36 sq kilometers)
About The Turtle Bay
Turtle Bay, FL is a saltwater bay that can be found in Charlotte County in Florida. It is near different bodies of water, such as Bull Bay, Gasparilla Sound, and Charlotte Harbor. Furthermore, it has a maximum depth of 10 feet.
The bay got its name from the different species of turtles that flock here during the laying season. The terrain of the bay is very appropriate for these turtles since it has this big shallow part that allows them to move easily and go back to the water more conveniently.
Turtle Bay is divided into different parts, including the Main Entrance, Gallergers Cut, Eagles’ Nest, Eagles’ Nest Cut, and Sandbar. Many activities can be enjoyed in this place, such as nature trails and watching, swimming, and camping. Aside from that, you can also get a quick escape from the city lights by renting one of the beautiful hotels here and swimming in their outdoor pools, where you can enjoy the scenic view of the bay.
Turtle Bay Fishing Description
Most parts of Turtle Bay are shallow, especially the large portion that is near the land. The saltwater here is supplied by the Gasparilla Sound flowing into Bull Bay and eventually into Turtle Bay. It is home to various fish species such as redfish