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This park was given to the county by the state in the mid 50’s. Located on the park grounds was a volunteer fire department. It was used until the mid to late 80’s. This building is now known as the Pine Island Art Association, which…

Cayo Costa State Park has nine miles of beautiful beaches and acres of pine forests, oak-palm hammocks and mangrove swamps, this barrier island park is a Gulf Coast paradise. Cayo Costa is accessible only by private boat or ferry. Visitors may see…

Cabbage Key discover what old Florida is all about. Cabbage Key offers one hundred acres of tropical vegetation surrounding the historic restaurant, inn and rental cottages on the island. A panoramic view of Pine Island Sound can be viewed right…

This popular park, located adjacent to the Matlacha Bridge, opened in late 2016. The restroom building was originally part of the Snook Inn Restaurant that was located on the site for many years and is considered a historic building. Although this…

Phillips Community Park is an eight-acre park that is home to the first Lee County public pool that opened in 1973. Tennis courts were added in 1976. It also is home to the Greater Pine Island Little League, who held their inaugural season in 1981.…

Galt Preserve features 2.5 miles of hiking trails and boardwalks, a kayak and canoe launch, fishing pier, picnic pavilions, restroom and a paved parking area. It is located in St. James City on Pine Island, just south of Pine Island Flatwoods…

Picnic Island is Pet Friendly island and a great way to spend a Half or Full Day soaking up the Florida sun. Picnic Island is located at the south end of Pine Island Sound just north of Sanibel Island. There you can view Dolphins jumping out of the…

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