Located in the quiet east Bradenton suburbs, Del Tierra is just a short distance from the State Road 64. This road corridor links westwards to Interstate 75 and onwards to the Bradenton downtown and its various life and leisure hubs around Manatee Avenue.
Northward, the Upper Manatee River Road leads to the newly built Fort Hamer Bridge linking up to various points of interest in historic Parrish. The attractions past the span include newly renovated Fort Hamer Park featuring boat docks and rowing facilities.
The camping grounds and facilities for outdoor activities of the 556-acre Lake Manatee State Park are also near the community’s southern periphery. Short trips towards south also lead Del Tierra residents to Lakewood Ranch and Sarasota via White Eagle Boulevard set for connection with the community’s main Rye Road access.
About the Area
Bradenton is a city in Manatee County, Florida, United States. Bradenton is surrounded by water, both fresh and salt. It is the access point for more than 20 miles of beautiful Florida beaches on the Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay.
Bradenton is located on the mainland on the south bank of the Manatee River, and is separated from the outer barrier island beaches by the Intracoastal Waterway. These island beaches include Anna Maria Island and Longboat Key.
Old downtown Bradenton is located on the west side of the city.