White beaches, a sparkling sea, a strawberry daiquiri in hand—what more do you need in a vacation? Marco Island brings visitors the best that the Ten Thousand Islands have to offer. Scavenge for seashells or hit the links for a sunny session of golf. Explore the Everglades in a swamp buggy or enjoy a rejuvenating nature hike at the Rookery Bay Reserve.
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4.5 based on 474 reviews
This is the place to have fun. Whether your a big partier or just like to people watch, this place is FUN! The shelling is also good. Get there early for a good place on the beach. Afternoons can get busy and space is limited.
4.5 based on 322 reviews
This is certainly one of the best small city parks in the country. They have a new (one year) community center with lots of organized activities like bridge clubs, quilting, yoga, etc. There are pool and ping pong tables for inside play plus shuffleboard, volleyball, basketball (under roof) and bocce outside. There is a small lake for catch and release fishing with a paved ~ one mile walking/running/cycling trail around the lake. Also included is an extensive kids play area and water fountain play circle. It is all free, even to island visitors. You only have to surrender and ID to borrow equipment. The landscape is flat and not that great but there are nice shaded benches and tables. It is a splendid place to get away fro of the heavy tourist crowds. During the winter season there are free music concerts every Sunday afternoon. It is a perfect family spot.
4.5 based on 166 reviews
Parking can be tight. Nice turnout for typical farmers market fares, jewelry, trinkets, baked goods, and other eclectic vendors. Even a one man band. Worth the visit to people watch.
4.5 based on 316 reviews
Long famous for its Key Marco Cat- one of the most remarkable and influential discoveries in North American archaeology- the new Marco Island Historical Museum explores Southwest Florida's Calusa Indians and bring this vanished civilization to life with informative displays and an exciting recreated village scene. Temporary and traveling exhibits trace the settlement of this subtropical island paradise from its early pioneer roots as a fishing village, pineapple plantation and clam cannery, through its explosive growth and development in the 1960s by the Miami-based Deltona Corporation.
Small but well laid out with a surprising nice little gift shop. Entrance is free but they appreciate donations. Great coverage of the last 150 Years or so. Plenty of parking.
4.5 based on 176 reviews
Cleanest boats with the friendliest staff. Rent a pontoon for a half day or a full day. Interested in Kayaking? We have Single and Double kayaks to rent along with Stand Up Paddle Boards. After enjoying some time on the water, stop by the Island Gypsy for some food and drinks. You will not regret your experience here at Isles of Capri Marina!
This was our favorite lunch spot, nice and sunny in the deck or you have the choice of a covered area. Meal was wonderful,,,,we had a nice variety and shared. Grouper special was spectacular.....they make a mean margarita....would have had another but was early in the day while there..lots on the menu to choose from..
4.5 based on 833 reviews
One of the two top public access points to Marco Beach. It has great shelling.
The beach is beautiful and close in proximity to restaurants and beach rental equipment. Great place to visit whether your there to swim sunbath or walk the sea shore picking up some unique shells. It’s a shame that Marco didn’t save more land from developers to have more adequate public parking for elderly and the disabled. Unfortunately you have to be a owner to park in there town lot. They could use some maintenance on the beach access. Broken water lines are preventing the outside shower rinse station from functioning.
4.5 based on 231 reviews
Rent jetskis on the beach and take the guided tour. You will definitely see the Cape Romano ruins and run into some playful dolphins. well worth the cost of the jetski
4 based on 1 reviews
Rent a paddle board or kayak or traverse a shallow body of water to reach the Gulf. Gorgeous white sand that spans miles. Bit of a hike and no food concessions. Bring your own.
4 based on 165 reviews
A great place to watch for dolphins.
The only option for marine fuel on the south end of the island. Not much to do other than get bait, and fuel.
4.5 based on 65 reviews
The marina offers guides to show you the best fishing spots.
The marina in Marco Island is great. I really suggest going there and taking a
boat ride. It's fun to go with couples, family. You do have to know how to get in or you will see swampy looking stuff. Go in the other direction to left.
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