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This place is great! Worth the boat ride

Each year we rent a boat and head to the island where you can visit with other boaters or just... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Donna M
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Plantation, Florida
Comparable to the Bahamas

The water on Keewaydin Island was beautiful, so clear and blue. It reminded me a lot of the water... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Jessica761
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Cincinnati, Ohio
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10181 Keewaydin Island, Naples Florida, Marco Island, FL 34113
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Surprisingly thought and expected better waters. Could not see through green water. No facilities. Must sure you take your trash off with you. Pack chair, umbrella and a cooler. Boats and wave runners park on lagoon side where water is calm. Gulf side, expect waves...More

Thank Josephine S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Pretty beach but water not on same par of Anna Maria, Miami or the Keys. It was a bit choppy the day we went so that may have impacted the water. If your taking your personal boat, make sure and check the tide. Low tide...More

Thank Kathleen H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Each year we rent a boat and head to the island where you can visit with other boaters or just relax, swim and sunbathe. Oh did I mention on the weekends they have food boats there?

Thank Donna M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The water on Keewaydin Island was beautiful, so clear and blue. It reminded me a lot of the water in the Caribbean. There isn't a ton to do on the island besides collect shells, wade in the water and walk around. However, if you just...More

1  Thank Jessica761
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Get there early in the morning Time it with Low Tide to get best spots and shells Good fishing too on other side

2  Thank Steven R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Great place to pull your boat up to and spend a day on the island. They also have food barges, kind of like food trucks, that have anything from Burgers to ice cream to beer, but note: There are no bathroom facilities or fresh water...More

4  Thank kathii1962
Reviewed July 12, 2018

This little island was such an impressive treasure. We used Hemingway Water Shuttle to get us there and I can't say enough about their wonderful service. It was nice to have Just Beachy Burgers there .... we were able to get a variety of foods...More

3  Thank Cristina R
Reviewed July 9, 2018

We go with the wave runner as often as we can to the Gulf side from Keewaydin Island.Nature pure, the inside is party land

Thank Ulrike K
Reviewed July 6, 2018

We rented a pontoon boat while vacationing on Marco Island and found this beautiful island in the Gulf. There are a lot of other boats so it's not private but if you're looking for a party...

4  Thank jarmor1993
Reviewed July 4, 2018

Stay on the beach at Keewaydin Island. The island offers a few houses to rent. Come stay at the Keewaydin Island Beach Club.

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Beryle L
August 14, 2018|
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Response from Steven R | Reviewed this property |
No not yet That is still up north around Sanibel
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Marlene H
August 2, 2018|
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Response from Steven R | Reviewed this property |
Most of red tide has been limited to Sanibel and up north
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