Located on Sanibel Island’s southern tip. In 1884, the lighthouse was built, and this quaint area became the center of island activity. This is a true family beach, with good shelling, a clear view of the Gulf and plenty of large shade trees. You can enjoy a picnic, strolling on the beach, swimming in the ocean, fishing from the pier, sailing or windsurfing. Parking is available for $5 an hour. Around the corner from the beach and just beyond the restrooms is a smaller beach with a view of the Sanibel Causeway.
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