Keewaydin Island is a primary barrier island located off the coast of Naples, in Collier County, Florida. Keewaydin Island is monitored nightly for Loggerhead turtle nesting activity by The Conservancy of Southwest Florida.
Keeywadin Island is a popular destination for its public beach, which is accessible by boat.
Sand Dollar Island
- Naples, FL
Sand Dollar Island is a bird nesting area and some parts are marked as off limits. This is a very popular birding area during spring migration. You just never know what kind of unusual birds will land on the beach to rest.
Wading across the shallow lagoon to Sand Dollar Island. Don't forget to shuffle your feet to scare away the stingrays. The water in the lagoon isn't very clear, so it's hard to see them.
The Boat House
990 Broad Avenue
Naples, FL 34102
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We offer the most spectacluar view of Naples Bay whether your diningon our open air breezy deck or inside our fully air conditioned split level dining room. You will be in awe as you check out our 1,000 square feet wall of glass facing the Bay.
The Snook Inn
1215 Bald Eagle Drive
Marco Island, FL 34145
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he Snook Inn has been a landmark on Marco Island for over 30 years. Originally named the "Snook Hole" (due to the abundance of Snook fish right off the dock), we catered to construction workers and locals during the beginning stages of Marco, an island that was far different then it is today. The current owners purchased the property in 1985. These days, ther Snook Inn has evolved into a renowned casual waterfront full-service restaurant.
Here you will dine Florida-style, indoors or outside, and can select from a variety of fresh seafood, steaks, sandwiches, and a wide selection of American and Island specialties. Enjoy our salad bar, which includes freshly-baked bread, tempting homemade dressings and the The Snook's famous old-fashioned pickle barrel, stocked full of crisp dill pickles.
Outside you will find casual entertainment in the "Chickee Bar" - an area with unique thatched roof, constructed by Native Americans. Enjoy your favorite cocktail - or one of our frozen concoctions - plus one of the finest water views in Southwest Florida.
Lunch is served daily 11:00 am to 4:00 pm and dinner from 4:30 pm to 10:00 pm seven days a week. Be sure to browse our gift shop for unique "Snook Stuff".
Ample docking facilities are provided for a visit by boat.
We hope you enjoy our web site and we hope to see you soon at the Snook Inn.