Barefoot Beach Preserve, Bonita Springs

Categories: Beaches, Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 1,000+ reviews on the web
Dig your feet into the sand and watch tortoises go by on Barefoot Beach Preserve, one of southwest Florida's last undeveloped barrier islands. Hike the short path for views of the ocean and lush vegetation and consider a guided walk with a ranger to learn about the area's plant and animal life. You can also pick up a free informative recreation guide. Restrooms, showers, and a concession stand at which you can purchase food and drinks and rent beach equipment are available. The preserve also provides parking for a fee. By using our Bonita Springs vacation generator, you can arrange your visit to Barefoot Beach Preserve and other attractions in Bonita Springs.
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  • Peaceful and relaxing, very clean, plenty of parking. Overall, very nice beach. Plenty of nature and some wildlife to see. 8$ to get in for all day and can leave and come back and not cost more,hold o...  read more »
  • Bonita beach really is beautiful! This place is a gen. Get there early to get good spot on beach. By early afternoon it can be crowded, and difficult to park and find a good spot on beach. 
  • Beautiful beach! Many shells, few people, beautiful sunset. But to think of a disadvantage: Beware of the no-see-ums. You walk so 50 mosquito bumps on!
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