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Colorful sunsets over the sparkling waters of the Gulf of Mexico. White sand beaches filled with shells and sun worshipers -- the perfect itinerary for a relaxing vacation....or if your idea of perfection is a more active day, enjoy fishing, or a round or two of golf. For the more adventurous...kayak through mangrove lined backwaters filled with birds and wildlife.

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Marco Island Beaches Includes Beach locations, facilities, and hours of operation

Marco Island Parks:

Mackle Community Park - Walking, biking, playground, picnic area, soccer, bocce courts, shuffleboard, indoor games room, spray water park.
Located on Andalusia Terrace (off Heathwood across from the Library)
Phone: 239-642-0575

Rookery Bay Environmental Learning Center - Located on over 110,000 acres, The Environmental Learning Center is a 16,500 square-foot facility with four research laboratories, classrooms and 140-seat auditorium, and two story visitors center. The visitor center offers a variety of hands-on experiences, including 2,300-gallon aquarium and interactive exhibits addressing research and stewardship efforts ongoing within the Reserve, as well as a nature store, gallery and picnic area.
Located off Collier Blvd. (951) at 300 Tower Road
Phone: 239-417-6310

Historic Smallwood Store
Ole Indian trading post and museum.

Everglades Island Airboat Tours - and Totch's Island Tours - the only tour in Everglades city that gives you a choice of back country or open water to Totch's Island.

Dolphin Explorer Join the Crew of the Dolphin Explorer on the only Bottlenose Dolphin Study in SW Florida! We See Dolphin Every Day!


Key West Express Key West Express
Enjoy the tropical island paradise of Key West, in just 3 1/2 hours when you travel with Key West Express to America's Southernmost City. Getting there & back is half the FUN when you travel with Key West Express. Once you are welcomed aboard, your tropical vacation begins. Enjoy a Margarita from the bar or a bite to eat from our galley, sit back and let us get you there in style. Stay a day, weekend or forever. You decide and Key West Express will provide the ride!


 

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Featured Attractions

Everglades Backcountry Experience - Fishing and backcountry excursions with Capt. Rodney Raffield. Enjoy the beauty and wildlife of the Everglades on a unique fishing trip through the 10,000 Islands and Everglades.

Live Exhibit at Rookery Bay

Rookery Bay Research Reserve’s newest research vessel, the R/V Dolphin, gives children of all ages the opportunity explore the estuary. You can learn about estuarine organisms by categorizing animals found in a trawl net, measuring and tagging sharks, viewing underwater scenes, and much more. A second exhibit features live displays of plankton, local drifters of the estuary which include tiny, floating plants and animals that form the base of the food web. There is also an interactive touch tank that is part of this live exhibit.
Rookery Bay is located at 300 Tower Road - just off Collier Blvd. (SR 951)