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Caxambas Boat Park

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Caxambas Boat Park

Location

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State:
Address:
909 Collier Court, Marco Island, FL 34145
City:
Marco Island

Location Information

Access Type:
  • Boat Ramp
  • Fishing Pier
  • Kayak/Canoe Access
Latitude:
25.91267
Longitude:
-81.718115
Water:
Saltwater
Water Type:
Offshore
Species:
  • drum
  • grouper
  • redfish
  • shark
  • snapper
  • snook
  • tarpon
  • trout
Parking:
Yes
Launch Fees:
Yes
Fee Amount:
4
Cart Needed:
No
Difficulty:
Easy
Caxambas Park is a beautiful 4-acre water access point located on Marco Island. The park includes direct access to the northern Ten Thousand Islands or Gulf of Mexico and is an ideal location for dolphin and bird watching. An on-site Coast Guard Auxiliary service offers boating and safety classes. Call (239) 394-5911 for more information about Auxiliary classes.

Located at the end of South Collier Boulevard on Marco Island, the park has adequate boat trailer and car parking, ship store, picnic area, restrooms, and a life jacket loaner program.

Also located on the Park grounds is The Ship Store which offers Marine Gas & Diesel, Live / Frozen Bait, Sandwiches, Pump-Out Facility, Tackle, Picnic Area, Sunscreen, Repellant, T-shirts/Clothing, Boat Ramp Facilities & more. To launch a motorized vessel the daily fee is $8 and $4 for a non-motorized vessel.

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Nice Little Park w/ Boat Launch, Parking and Facilities

This is a nice little park with good access to the Ten Thousand Islands area or the Gulf of Mexico. It has ample parking for vehicles w/ trailers and vehicles without. They offer restrooms to the public and there is a store with all the essentials for a day on the water: food, clothing, sunscreen, bait, gas, etc. They have a fishing deck/pier where you can wet a line. We saw a few folks catch Catfish, Snapper and even a Stingray while we were there.

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