Just don’t be late boarding the bus or we’ll make you sit in this front seat all the way home!!
You could have an early dinner on Corey Avenue or save your appetite for a good casual dinner back at Caddy’s while listening to live music.
While waiting patiently for their ladies to make their purchases, any gents dragged along may prefer to visit PJ's Oyster Bar to slurp down a few, along with a cool brew.
If you’re looking for a little diversion in the late afternoon, a bus can escort you on an optional trip to the nearby historic Corey Avenue District. Created in 1937 on the sight of a former mangrove swamp, Corey Avenue runs about three blocks long and offers unique boutiques and specialty shops, art, crafts, and jewelry galleries, clothing stores, and a Kris Kringle shop. There is also a family-owned 5&10 cent store which has been in continuous operation since 1949. You can reminisce about your own hometown Main Street. Check out www.Coreyave.com to see if these shops interest you.
We are renting a few of these clean and comfortable cabanas with U-shaped sofas to supplement the small restrooms for purposes of changing into dry clothing.
Unfortunately, no coolers are allowed on this beach, so you can either buy their reasonably priced refreshments or be creative in hiding your own drinks and solid ice packs in a carry-on that does not look like a cooler. We can only imagine what ingenious ideas you’ll come up with! How about these!
If you'd like to be free of lugging chairs and toting umbrellas, there are armless, full-length recliners and umbrellas available for the cost of only a tip to the attendant setting them up ($5 per person/per chair recommended). The perfect cost for a day of laziness! We are also asking them to set up three large tents that can cover 12 of their chairs so you can join your friends in shady comfort if you'd like.
We’ll enjoy a leisurely afternoon on Caddy's beautiful narrow beach with a large restaurant and 2-level bar offering generous inside and outside seating and stunning views.
On Monday, June 15th,
let's cruise on down to
Caddy's on Sunset Beach, FL
On May 31st, we will use our lottery system to determine reservations for this trip, and you will be notified shortly thereafter of your seat confirmation or waitlist status.
Barefoot Beachcombers Club (‘BBC’ will also suffice)
333 Colony Blvd. #110
The Villages, FL 32162
To join us on this trip, print the reservation form (click on green button below) and mail it along with your check (made out to the BBC) to the address below.
2015 Beach Trips
Liability Waiver: The BBC has a revised Liability Waiver specific to our club. Even if you have signed a liability release form in the past for our club, we are asking that you sign the revised one. This will only need to be done one time; not yearly as in the past. Please click on link below, print and sign, and give the form to your bus leader on this trip.
I/we would like to go to Caddy's on Sunset Beach with the BBC. Enclosed is my $25 check (pp).
Print your name(s): ________________________________________________________
I/we wish to be on the bus with these friends ________________________________________
I would like to use Caddy's chairs and umbrellas
No. of chairs _______ No. of umbrellas (one per two chairs)_______
(a minimum $5 tip per person/per chair paid directly to the attendant is suggested)
I/we still have a credit with the BBC and I would like to use that credit. _______
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| March 16|| South Jetty Park at Port Canaveral & Exploration Tower|
| April 20|| Indian Rocks Beach & Florida Botanical Gardens|
| May 18|| Nokomis Beach|
| June 15|| Caddy's on Sunset Beach|