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Blind Pass Beach Park, Sanibel Island

Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web
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. Plan to visit Blind Pass Beach Park and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Sanibel Island attractions using our Sanibel Island itinerary builder.
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  • Not a place to swim because of strong currents. We wanted to go shelling but could not stay because of dead fish all over the beach. The air quality was poor as well because of the algae bloom and red...  read more »
  • Blind pass is a nice beach. The parking lot was small and you pay $4.00 per hour. No facilities here, just parking. The beach was clean plenty of shells to look through. Good place to watch the sunset...  read more »
  • Spent the day there. It was beautiful the water was amazing and found plenty of cool shells. Very relaxing day but came home with a sunburn. Definitely would go back again. 
  • Beautiful place for a sunset, great fishing. Strong current so be aware.
  • Great little waterside park with beach and good fishing.
  • We saw some manatees and Dolphins.A perfect beach snorkeling.found a lot of pretty shells.
  • Great beach for shelling. Very little parking
  • Fun stop for shelling
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