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Collier Boulevard Boating Park

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Collier Boulevard Boating Park

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Access Type:
  • Boat Ramp
  • Kayak/Canoe Access
Latitude:
25.980375
Longitude:
-81.703364
Water:
Saltwater
Water Type:
Creek
Species:
  • drum
  • redfish
  • shark
  • snapper
  • snook
  • tarpon
  • trout
Parking:
Yes
Launch Fees:
Yes
Fee Amount:
5
Cart Needed:
No
Difficulty:
Easy
The public water access point located on Collier Boulevard just north of the Marco Island bridge is one of the most popular in Collier County. The access has ample boating parking, but does tend to become crowded during season (Jan - April). Parks & Recreation recommends arriving early during season. The park does not sell fuel, but is one of the most popular boat launch access points because of its easy access to Marco Island and the Snook Inn restaurant, which boaters love to frequent.

Recreational Permits to launch a boat are $75 from January to December. These stickers are prorated approximately $6 + some change per month. If you do not have a recreational sticker it is $5 to launch a boat. Commercial Permit is $500 for up to 5 trailers and no ramp fees Additional trailers are $100. These permits are not prorated. Commercial Stickers are $100. Must pay launch fee each time you launch

Location: Collier Blvd. north of Marco
GPS Coordinates: N 25..980 W -81.703
Hours: Sunrise to Sundown
Phone: (239) 252-4000

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Nice and Convenient Launch/Parking

This boat launch is in a great location for boats and kayaks who are looking to fish inshore. There are a ton of parking spots but it is a busy launch so arrive early if you're set on fishing this area.

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