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Cayo Costa State Park is a Great Vacation Destination

Cayo Costa State Park cabins open onto a three thousand acre park on the Gulf Coast which is populated by pine forests and mangroves. Manatees and dolphins are frequently spotted off the park's beaches and there are plenty of inland animals to look out for too, such as Gopher Tortoises. Visitors hurry to Cayo Costa State Park hotels throughout the year to enjoy scenic fishing, boating and coastal water sports.

Places to Stay Near to Cayo Costa State Park

House Cayo Costa State Park
Nov 23 - Nov 30
$1,500 per night
House ∙ 18 guests ∙ 7 bedrooms

Charming House in Captiva with Pong Pool + Water Views + Close to Beach

5.0
Outstanding (123 ratings)
Cayo Costa State Park, Lee County, Florida, United States
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House Cayo Costa State Park
Sep 21 - Sep 28
$695 per night
House ∙ 18 guests ∙ 6 bedrooms

Pleasant Vacation Home in Captiva with Grill, Pool & Patio + Ocean View

5.0
Outstanding (86 ratings)
Cayo Costa State Park, Lee County, Florida, United States
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House Cayo Costa State Park
Aug 31 - Sep 7
-42%
$1,200
$700 per night
House ∙ 19 guests ∙ 7 bedrooms

Whole Vacation Home in Captiva with Patio, Yard & Grill + Water Views

4.9
Outstanding (111 ratings)
Cayo Costa State Park, Lee County, Florida, United States
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Best Hiking Trails in Cayo Costa State Park

Best Hiking Trails in Cayo Costa State Park

Discover some of Florida's most pristine beaches in the Cayo Costa State Park. The park's hinterland teems with life, while the Gulf of Mexico stretches serenely before you.

  • 1. Pinewoods Trail

    Wander through an ancient forest populated with huge ferns and cabbage palms. The trail culminates at a mangrove, vibrating with riparian life. Follow the trail for some two miles, before reaching a quarantine station, which was used over a century ago to rid ships of malaria and yellow fever before their ongoing journeys.

  • 2. Scrub Trail

    Ascend to a duny landscape populated by slow moving tortoises. After about three miles of coastal hiking you will reach the Boca Grande Pass with its spectacular scenery. Follow the trail down to the ocean, where the crash of the waves is audible and the air is rich with ozone.

  • 3. Cemetery Trail

    This intriguing trail takes hikers to an abandoned fishing village from the 1940s. The ghost town of La Costa is memorialized in its cemetery. The graves here go all the way back to pioneer times, transporting you into times past.

Great Places to Stay Near Cayo Costa State Park

House Cayo Costa State Park
Sep 22 - Sep 29
-53%
$1,329
$626 per night
House ∙ 10 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

Charming House in Captiva with Grill, Yard & Patio

5.0
Outstanding (13 ratings)
Cayo Costa State Park, Lee County, Florida, United States
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House Cayo Costa State Park
Sep 21 - Sep 28
$650 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Wonderful Vacation Home in Captiva with Patio, Grill & Pool + Enjoy Views + Beach Nearby

5.0
Outstanding (64 ratings)
Cayo Costa State Park, Lee County, Florida, United States
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House Cayo Costa State Park
Oct 29 - Nov 5
-21%
$427
$335 per night
House ∙ 7 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

House in Captiva with Private Pool + Next to Beach

4.9
Outstanding (51 ratings)
Cayo Costa State Park, Lee County, Florida, United States
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Best Family Activities in Cayo Costa State Park

Best Family Activities in Cayo Costa State Park

Whether you are scuba diving or simply relaxing on the beach, the fun for families is endless when you stay in Cayo Costa State Park cabins. Children are thrilled by the range of water sports and wildlife at this spectacular state park. Visit the interpretive exhibit to learn more about the flora and fauna of the park or take part in special events.

  • 1. Scuba Diving

    Take a boat out on the glittering surface of the Mexican Gulf, or simply enjoy the water from the beaches and explore the complex submarine habitat at Cayo Costa State Park. Retire to the beach to sunbathe after spotting a variety of fish and marine plants.

  • 2. Swimming

    This seven mile island boasts nearly ten miles of glittering beaches overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. Whether you come to swim or snorkel, the sea is crystal clear, warm and welcoming.

  • 3. Wildlife Watching

    Bike or hike through the park's nature trail system, or go boating to spot the park's wide variety of exciting wildlife. Endangered birds flit through the trees and manatees, porpoises and sea turtles inhabit the coast. Nesting season, between May and October, attracts flocks of birds to the island.

Top Lodging Near Cayo Costa State Park

House Cayo Costa State Park
Sep 21 - Sep 28
$500 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

House in Captiva with Patio & Grill + Spectacular View

4.8
Outstanding (103 ratings)
Cayo Costa State Park, Lee County, Florida, United States
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House Cayo Costa State Park
Jun 15 - Jun 22
-30%
$576
$400 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

House in Captiva with Private Pool + Degree Views

4.7
Excellent (51 ratings)
Cayo Costa State Park, Lee County, Florida, United States
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House Cayo Costa State Park
Sep 21 - Sep 28
$335 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

Vacation Home in Captiva with Yard, Pool & Grill

5.0
Outstanding (6 ratings)
Cayo Costa State Park, Lee County, Florida, United States
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