Blind Pass Beach Park, Sanibel Island

4.2
#3 of 15 in Parks in Sanibel Island
Beach · Nature / Park
Swim, sunbathe, fish, and collect intricately patterned shells at , with more than 914 m (3,000 ft) of beach frontage. Take to the ocean and swim in the small breakers off the sand. Stroll along the sand, climb the rocks, and soak up the island atmosphere. Cast a line off the beach and you'll have the opportunity to catch seatrout, snook, redfish, and tarpon. Watch for shell treasures such as conch shells, cockle shells, tulip shells, and sand dollars here. Use our Sanibel Island trip planner to add Blind Pass Beach Park and other attractions to your Sanibel Island vacation plans.
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  • DO NOT swim under or near the bridge. I watched a healthy young woman almost drown here this morning. It took 4 strapping guys to chain out and pull her out of the current. It looks shallow but there....  more »
  • Of course, wonderful shelling, but this is a good beach with morning shade and plenty of space. This was good, because the day we were there it was very windy and umbrellas didn't have a prayer of a.....  more »
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  • Beautiful beach, specially in low tide, you have no be careful if you have small children because the current is very strong. It's also a great spot for fishing, wich works out perfectly if you like to fish while your family enjoys the beach. We picked the most beautiful shells you can imagine and the sunset was unbelievable! Highly recommend it!
  • Great place for fishing. The water is stunning. Parking can be tricky but once you find a spot you can walk back and forth across the bridge. The current makes for excellent fishing but if you're bringing kids I recommend crossing the bridge to Captiva. The water is calmer. We've brought our dogs there before and never had an issue. If you're staying in the area I would definitely make the trip out there. It's what southwest Florida is all about!

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