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Cayo Costa State Park

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Cayo Costa State Park, Florida

Pack your bags. You’re going to want to hit the road pronto once you hear about this place. This island paradise has nine miles of beaches lapped lazily by the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Read more...
Pack your bags. You’re going to want to hit the road pronto once you hear about this place. This island paradise has nine miles of beaches lapped lazily by the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Swimmers, snorkelers, and scuba divers mingle with manatees, porpoises, and sea turtles. Head out on a kayak or scour the sand for seashells. For the more land-inclined, there’s nature trails and bike rentals, and you can even learn something from the ranger and naturalist programs at the amphitheatre. Can’t bear to leave? So don’t! You can stay overnight in your vessel at the dock, or bunk up in a rustic cabin. There’s also tent camping right by the beach. Somewhere this great must be teeming with tourists, its tranquility shot, right? Think again. Cayo Costa is quiet and chill, since it’s accessible only by boat.
Cayo Costa Primitive Campground
Jane: Cayo Costa is a treasure. The camp store has very limited food supplies so come prepared. Ice ($4) and...
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