Pine Island offers many enjoyable activities, including outstanding fishing and boating, birding, an excellent golf course, a local museum, nature trails, and art galleries.

Visit the pre-Colombian Indian mounds of the ancient Calusa civilization right across the street! A true treat is had by boating to our sister resort, Cabbage Key! To enhance your vacation experience, day trips to deserted beaches and guided trips for shelling, kayaking, flying and exploring are available. Link to Awaken your resources!

Fishing & Boating

Pine Island’s fishing heritage has supported generations of island families. The sport of tarpon fishing originated in Pine Island Sound in the late 1880s. Boca Grande Pass (just 20 minutes across Pine Island Sound from Bokeelia) is considered the “Tarpon Capital of the World.” Select below from a number of fishing and boating resources:

Golf & Tennis

Alden Pines Country Club – open to the public – (239) 283-2179


Our four star restaurant is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week.

Birding & Nature

Pine Island’s remote and natural environment is home to many varieties of exotic and tropical wildlife.

Cultural Attractions

Pine Island is a haven for superb, passive enjoyment and relaxation. Enjoy our many cultural attractions including art galleries, museums and music.


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