Keewadin Island at Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve

CountyCollier
City
Access Location300 Tower Road, Keewadin Island
Access NameRookery Bay Aquatic Preserve
Beach NameKeewadin Island
Entrance Fee Amount0
Parking Fee Amount0
Feet of Frontage30555
Access SignNone
Number of Regular Parking Spaces0
ADA Spaces0
Number of RV Spaces0
Lifeguard Sometimes On Duty?No
Restroom At Beach?No
Shower At Beach?No
Boardwalk Trail At Beach?No
Shelter/Covered Picnic at Beach?No
Full Facility Camping?No
Primitive Camping?No
Boat Ramp Available?No
Fishing Pier Available?No
Number of Marina Slips0
Pets AllowedNo
Food on SiteNo
NotesAccessible by boat only
Access StatusFull Access

How Do I Get To Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve?

Location Address

300 Tower Road, Keewadin Island

Collier County

, Florida


How Much Will Parking and Entrance Fees Cost Me At Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve?

There is not an entrance fee or a parking fee for Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve, and you'll be able to spend all day at the beach for free.

dog at beach

How Much Beach Area Does Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve Have?

Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve has about 30555 feet of beach area (think width, not length) for you and your Family to enjoy.

Is Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve a State, Local, City or County Beach?

Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve does not seem to have any community affiliation.

Is It Difficult To Find Parking At Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve?

It may be pretty difficult to find parking at Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve 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 Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve?

There is no Handicap Parking (ADA Parking) at Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve. 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 Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve?

There is no RV Parking at Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve. 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 Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve?

No, there is not a restroom.

Is There A Shower At Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve?

No, there is not a public shower for you and your family to rinse off with after using the beach.

Is There A Boardwalk Trail at Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve?

Sadly there is not a boardwalk trail at this location.

Can I Enjoy A Covered Picnic at Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve?

Sadly there is not a covered picnic here.

Does Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve Have Full Facility Camping?

Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve does not have to full facility camping.

Does Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve Have Primitive Camping?

Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve does not have primitive camping.

Are There Boatramps at Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve?

There is no boat ramp at this location.

Is There A Fishing Pier At Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve?

There is no fishing pier at this location.

Does Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve Have A Marina, And If So, How Many Marina Spots?

Sadly, there is not a Marina at Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve

dog at beach

Can I Bring My Pet To Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve?

Yes! Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve is pet friendly! Check out how much beach area is available above to know if it'd be a good place to walk your dog.

Will I Be Able To Get Food While I'm At Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve?

There is neither food nearby, or food available for purchase on the beach at Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve. Better pack a lunch!

What Is The Access Status of Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve?

Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve has the access status of: Full Access

Are There Any Extra Things I Should Know About Rookery Bay Aquatic Preserve?

Accessible By Boat Only

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