Cayo Costa at Cayo Costa State Park

CountyLee
City
Access LocationCayo Costa Island. Accessible Only By Private Boat Or Ferry.
Access NameCayo Costa State Park
Beach NameCayo Costa
Entrance Fee Amount2.00
Parking Fee Amount0
Feet of Frontage39925
Access SignYes
Number of Regular Parking Spaces0
ADA Spaces0
Number of RV Spaces0
Lifeguard Sometimes On Duty?No
Restroom At Beach?Yes
Shower At Beach?Yes
Boardwalk Trail At Beach?Yes
Shelter/Covered Picnic at Beach?Yes
Full Facility Camping?Yes
Primitive Camping?Yes
Boat Ramp Available?Yes
Fishing Pier Available?No
Number of Marina Slips10
Pets AllowedYes
Food on SiteYes
NotesAccesible by boat only. Entrance fee of $2.00 per person.
Access StatusFull Access

How Do I Get To Cayo Costa State Park?

Location Address

Cayo Costa Island. Accessible Only By Private Boat Or Ferry.

Lee County

, Florida


How Much Will Parking and Entrance Fees Cost Me At Cayo Costa State Park?

There is an entrance fee at Cayo Costa State Park, it is: 2.00

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How Much Beach Area Does Cayo Costa State Park Have?

Cayo Costa State Park has about 39925 feet of beach area (think width, not length) for you and your Family to enjoy.

Is Cayo Costa State Park a State, Local, City or County Beach?

Cayo Costa State Park is a State ran beach.

Is It Difficult To Find Parking At Cayo Costa State Park?

It may be pretty difficult to find parking at Cayo Costa State Park as there are not any spots associated with the beach. This doesn't mean there is not parking somewhere else where you can walk, but there's no parking lots associated with the beach.

Are There Any Handicap Parking Spots (ADA Parking) at Cayo Costa State Park?

There is no Handicap Parking (ADA Parking) at Cayo Costa State Park. If these spots are important to you, we suggest you find another beach within our directory where you'll be able to comfortably park in these spots.

Are There Any RV Spots at Cayo Costa State Park?

There is no RV Parking at Cayo Costa State Park. If these spots are important to you, we suggest you find another beach within our directory where you'll be able to comfortably park in these spots.

dog at beach

Is There A Restroom At Cayo Costa State Park?

Yes, there is a restroom for you and your family to enjoy.

Is There A Shower At Cayo Costa State Park?

Yes, there is a public shower for you and your family to rinse off with after using the beach.

Is There A Boardwalk Trail at Cayo Costa State Park?

Yes, there is a boardwalk trail at Cayo Costa State Park for you and your family to walk around on.

Can I Enjoy A Covered Picnic at Cayo Costa State Park?

Luckily for you, you can enjoy a covered picnic! While we can not guarentee that there will not be others occupying them, they are both covered and open!

Does Cayo Costa State Park Have Full Facility Camping?

According to our experts, Cayo Costa State Park does infact have full facility camping!

Does Cayo Costa State Park Have Primitive Camping?

Cayo Costa State Park does infact have primitive camping!

Are There Boatramps at Cayo Costa State Park?

Yep, there is a boatramp here. We hope you enjoy your day out at the beach!

Is There A Fishing Pier At Cayo Costa State Park?

There is no fishing pier at this location.

Does Cayo Costa State Park Have A Marina, And If So, How Many Marina Spots?

Cayo Costa State Park does have a Marina, and not only that, but they have 10 Marina slips.

dog at beach

Can I Bring My Pet To Cayo Costa State Park?

Unfortunately, you are not allowed pets at this location.

Will I Be Able To Get Food While I'm At Cayo Costa State Park?

While there is not any food locally around Cayo Costa State Park, you'll actually be able to get food on the beach from local vendors.

What Is The Access Status of Cayo Costa State Park?

Cayo Costa State Park has the access status of: Full Access

Are There Any Extra Things I Should Know About Cayo Costa State Park?

Accesible By Boat Only. Entrance Fee Of $2.00 Per Person.

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