Cayo Costa State Park is one of Florida's best-kept secrets. The barrier island is only accessible by boat. Activities ... More
Cayo Costa State Park
Cayo Costa State Park is one of Florida's best-kept secrets. The barrier island is only accessible by boat. Activities include hiking, swimming, fishing and shelling. If you go swimming, there are no lifeguards, but there is a shark named Old Henry. You can camp in tents or rent cabins for USD20 per night. There is no electricity on the island, and all supplies must be brought with you. There are bathrooms and showers. Watch for wildlife, like raccoons and wild hogs. Cabins must be reserved 11 months in advance. This place is open daily from 8 AM.
Manatee Park is a rare opportunity to see the endangered West Indian Manatee in its natural habitat. During the months
from October through March, the manatees travel to the area, attracted by the warm water discharge from the nearby ...
This Home is a Beautiful Gulf Access Pool Home located on a direct Sailboat Access Canal just five minutes to
the Caloosahatchee River situated on a cul de sac with three bedrooms, two baths, two care garage. Featuring French ...
An array of camping sites including full hookup RV sites, tent sites, and sites for motorhomes is available at this
beautiful campground that also features hot showers, laundry facilities, a pavilion, and picnic tables.
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