Little Hickory Beach Park

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Little Hickory Beach Park
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Iva V
232 contributions
Apr 2022
Enjoyed a great boat ride over to the island and back. We were entertained by dolphins that frolicked beside the boat, riding the waves, and jumps in the air. We have been on dolphin tours and not seen so much action. Since my husband is handicapped and not able to walk much visiting the island and walking in the sand is not an option for us anymore. It was great to be able to sit back and enjoy a relaxing ride on the water. This is a private island.
Written April 4, 2022
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Frank Procopio The Naples Agent
North Naples, FL104 contributions
Feb 2022 • Family
Another beautiful southwest Florida beach located in Bonita Springs. Took my daughter's here on a Saturday after a morning of showing vacation homes for sale in the area. We took an extra long walk and found the secret beach that had the best shells. Had a great afternoon at little hickory island beach park.
Written February 21, 2022
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podrozniczka60
New Jersey14,341 contributions
Mar 2020
It is a county park and beach. A beautiful place to relax and have fun, basically year round depending on weather. The parking seems easy and all the basic facilities are there. You have to pay for parking not unlike everywhere else...The sand is delicate. Some people are fishing. Picnic tables are convenient for families and picnicking. Very nice destination.
Written April 23, 2020
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idstriker
Orange County, CA831 contributions
Nov 2020
A nice private day getaway to spend the family with. The beach and facility was cleaned. Love that lounge chair and umbrella were available. Our kids loved the time spend in the water and strolling the beach to collect shells.
Written December 15, 2020
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MrsZClark
Edgewood, Maryland11 contributions
Feb 2020
This beach is gorgeous, Please note that this isnt your typical public beach. It is surrounded by many private beach clubs, which helps to make it very quiet, however hard to access. Once you can get a parking at one of the public parking areas, you will be happy you visited. Be sure to bring your own chairs, and coolers. There are no public places to buy anything. The bathrooms at the public access areas are so clean, and offer showers post beach visit. I loved this so much!!
Written February 27, 2020
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arihurwitz
İndianpolis4 contributions
Dec 2020
Our favorite beach in Naples or Bonita Springs. We wet during low tide (which is the point) and was able to walk on the sand bar. More shells than I or my kids had ever seen and we even found many sand dollars, a first. We also found several live crustaceans and living sand dollars, which we of course, left on the beach, but were nonetheless very cool. Highly recommend at low tide!
Written January 9, 2021
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Lolly’s Look
New York City, NY12,815 contributions
Feb 2021
We enjoyed the end of a beautiful day at Little Hickory Beach Park with a gorgeous sunset. Life is Hood!
Written February 7, 2021
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Lolly’s Look
New York City, NY12,815 contributions
May 2020 • Couples
We found Little Hickory Park by chance. We found a beach access area that had a parking spot. We were so happy we did! This was pure paradise. We crossed the bridge and set up on the powdery white sand. The beach was desolate and I was able to find some pretty shells. We even met a nice little friend—a friendly egret.
Written May 25, 2020
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Dale H
Estero, FL63 contributions
Jan 2018 • Family
We went to this park based on some advice. We were told that if you go at low tides, fish get trapped and the dolphins come to feed on the fish. We didn't see any dolphins when we went, but what was pretty cool was at low tides, you can walk out into the Gulf of Mexico about 1/4 mile in ankle deep water. So if you go, you will park in the #10 public parking lot at the north end of the island. You will need to feed the meter $2 for each hour you plan to spend. Walk out to the beach, set up your spot, turn to the right and walk about 1/2 mile north. You'll come to some rocks, but there is a path to go around. It's worth the few extra steps to the shallows area. Have fun.
Written January 13, 2018
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CowboyBeachBum
Kansas City, MO23 contributions
Nov 2017 • Couples
We spent part 2 different days the Tuesday and Thursday of Thanksgiving week. It was not busy at all which we really enjoyed. We found a lot of shells that my wife was looking for. We brought our own chairs, umbrellas and cooler so I'm not sure if you can rent anything there as we didn't ask. There is a pay lot right by the beach but a free lot across the street with limit parking. We always get to the beach early so parking usually isn't an issue. We enjoyed the quiet and peacefulness. It's not very big so I could see how it could get crowded very quick. It does have restrooms and outside shower. Relax and enjoy.
Written December 1, 2017
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