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Welcome New Park: Chokoloskee Island Resort, A Cove Resort located in Chokoloskee, Florida


Just another day in paradise.

Chokoloskee Island Resort is truly an island paradise located at the southernmost point of Florida’s SW gulf coast. Just over the bridge from Everglades City, and neighbors to the Everglades National Park, Chokoloskee is a fisherman’s dream! The on-site convenience store compliments the marina's launch ramp and slots for long and short-term rental. Don't forget to ask about the boat and kayak rentals!


Honestly, there is nothing better than a good day on the water, surrounded by good people, fish tales, and a great location to top it all off. Book your stay today and see why many visitors call it a fisherman’s paradise.


Looking for things to do besides fishing? Chokoloskee Island is a popular area for kayaking with endless sheltered mangrove islands to explore. Everglades City, just three miles north of Chokoloskee Island Resort, is home to many delicious restaurants and adventure boat tours. 10,000 Islands National Wildlife Refuge, Shark Valley and the Everglades all provide opportunities to get a look at the local wildlife.



Glossy Ibis in Tree - Glossy Ibises, in good light, display beautiful colors including deep maroon, emerald, and violet. The rich estuarine, mangrove, and marsh habitats of Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge attract hundreds of species of wildlife. The abundance and diversity of wildlife on Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge is directly related to the health and diversity of the habitats on the refuge.


Area Attractions: Located in Chokoloskee, Florida: a historic island once isolated, but now connected to Everglades City. Everglades City, just three miles north of Chokoloskee Island Resort, is home to many delicious restaurants and adventure boat tours. 10,000 Islands National Wildlife Refuge, Shark Valley, and the Everglades all provide opportunities to get a look at the local wildlife. The resort is near the Everglades National Park in Florida, a one-of-a-kind ecosystem home to cypress swamps, mangroves, and wet prairie - it is the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States. The resort is just 45 minutes outside of Naples. Plenty of shopping, entertainment, and local attractions you could ask for like fishing, Eco Tours, shelling, Airboats, Swamp Buggies, fresh local seafood and stone crabs.




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