Cayo Costa State Park

Cayo Costa State Park is an island with nine miles of beautiful beach, acres of pine forests, an abundance and variety of sea shells, more than six miles of biking and hiking trails and is only accessible by boat.  At this 2,426 acre state park visitors can salt water fish, shell, bird watch, swim, snorkel, hike, and bike.  Visitors can enjoy a day trip to the park or camp overnight at a tent site or rent a primitive cabin. This barrier island park is a Gulf Coast paradise. Captiva Cruises manages ferry service to Cayo Costa State Park from  locations on Captiva Island, Punta Gorda, Boca Grande and Pine Island.

Captiva Cruises

The Official State Park Concessionaire for Cayo Costa State Park, Gasparilla State Park, Don Pedro Island State Park, Stump Pass Beach State Park, Jug Creek Cottages and oversees all ferry services, special events and concessions.  For more information call 239-472-5100.

The new Captiva Cruises Lecture Series at Cayo Costa State Park.

Captiva Cruises has gathered an interesting group of top experts including naturalists, authors, natural resource professionals and educators who will present on a variety of topics.

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