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Our first visit to Tigerbeach. It was great beautiful beach and very quiet. A very helpful car park attendent told us to walk through the mangroves as a short cut. It was an experience carrying a child plus deck chairs and equipment but it was...More
I go to Tiger tail beach all the time ,the concession is awesome and the people that run it are also awesome always friendly always helpful and just a great time,Tony always goes out of his way to make sure you have a good time
We spent a day on the beach. Scouring for shells and sea life. We saw dolphins just off-shore, found lots of pretty shells and enjoyed the stroll up to the tip.
Its quite a walk but worth it. You do need to take great care...More
This beach was recommended to me by a friend and I am so happy we went. You pay one price to park all day and can come and go as you please. It was a quiet area on the gulf where my three teens went...More
We visited Marco Island in May and researched to find out there are two public beaches. We went to both and South Beach is far better than Tigertail beach. First, our personal thoughts were South Beach was nicer looking than Tigertail. The water seemed less...More
This beach is very clean, and well maintained. It does cost $8 a day to park, but there are literally hundreds of places to park in the rear that provide access to the beach (after a trek).
At the main entrance there are both bathrooms,...More
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Red tide is a naturally occurring event that is likely influenced by pollution and natural weather patterns. It has been effecting our beaches for over a year now, on and off, and we are all sad about it. Tigertail and all... More
Red tide is a naturally occurring event that is likely influenced by pollution and natural weather patterns. It has been effecting our beaches for over a year now, on and off, and we are all sad about it. Tigertail and all of our beaches are beautiful and there is great wildlife to be seen, but right now it is hit or miss. I don’t think it is necessarily a bad thing for people to witness these events happening because hopefully it can inspire people to make changes in their daily lives to better protect the environment.