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All reviews ferry ride caladesi island beautiful beach an umbrella every hour clearwater beach ferry leaves private boat day trip per adult snack bar concession stand rent a kayak rent chairs and umbrellas state park sand dollars nature trail
If you are in the Tampa Bay area, you must go to Caladesi. You can access this state park by taking the ferry from Honeymoon or by kaying from the mainland. The water is warm and clear, there are no rocks; all you need to...More
Beautiful and wild! Great place to spend the day. Bring plenty of sun screen and shade devices like umbrellas. On calm days you can rent kayaks from a place on the causeway and day trip over to Caladesi and Honeymoon Island.
Me and my husband rented a kayak at the honeymoon Island and kayaked to Caladesi. It was a wonderful experience. You can see a lot of wildlife on the way to the island and even more directly on the island. We visited gorgeous beach that...More
You have to pay to get onto Honeymoon Island first, if you don't have a pass. That's $8. From there you drive a to the ferry parking lot and then you have to pay $14 per person (round trip) to get onto Caladesi. I think...More
We took the ferry over to Caladesi Island from Honeymoon Island. This beach was rated Top 10 in the US and I'm not sure why. We loved that it was somewhat remote and secluded from tons of people on the beach but we expected it...More
We enjoyed a few hours relaxing on the island. Bring your own umbrella, chairs, and cooler for your stay. The cost is $14.00 for a round trip ferry ride from Honeymoon Island, which charges an $8 park fee. The short ferry ride to the island...More
Take the ferry from honeymoon island. There is a fee for Honeymoon island state park. The ferry is $14 round trip to get to Caladesi. Nice day trip for the family. You can rent an umbrella and 2 chairs for $25. I suggest to just...More
Solice...white sand...clear water...lots of shells and a few sting rays. Everything I'd hoped for and then some...
Quite an enjoyable short ferry ride over to the island. The captain stopped the boat to allow is to see some playful dolphins. Had an enjoyable 4 hour...More
The ferry starts at 10 and leaves every half hour, you can stay up to 4 hours once you get to there. It's best to get there before 10 as it can be quite busy, we had a group of school kids ahead of us when we went, that was... More
The ferry starts at 10 and leaves every half hour, you can stay up to 4 hours once you get to there. It's best to get there before 10 as it can be quite busy, we had a group of school kids ahead of us when we went, that was at the end of April.