Blind Pass Beach Park, Sanibel Island

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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. Use our Sanibel Island trip planner to add Blind Pass Beach Park and other attractions to your Sanibel Island vacation plans.
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  • Great spot for shelling. Went at sunrise and only 1 other car there. Tried to go the day before, but got there at 8 am and parking lot there and across the bridge were both full. There is just... 
    Great spot for shelling. Went at sunrise and only 1 other car there. Tried to go the day before, but got there at 8 am and parking lot there and across the bridge were both full. There is just...  more »
  • The beach at Blind Pass has really changed since the last time we were there! The parking is no better but the shoreline has really changed. At low tide you can now walk across the Pass from Sanibel.....  more
    The beach at Blind Pass has really changed since the last time we were there! The parking is no better but the shoreline has really changed. At low tide you can now walk across the Pass from Sanibel.....  more »
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  • Blind Pass is always in a state of constant change. Strong rip currents are the norm. Great place to fish and shell. Convenient parking on both the North and South sides of the beach. Don’t forget to pay to park. A great place to catch the full sunset
  • Stopped here one morning at sunrise to look for shells. It’s beautiful and very peaceful. There are very few parking spots - about 12. Getting there at sunrise there were only about 5 other folks on the beach. Had some luck with finding shells - there’s a lot to look thru. The water is rough so definitely would not swim in it. Overall a fun excursion that I’d do again. Across the bridge and facing Blind Pass is Turner Beach. That looked more crowded and had less shoreline to walk along.

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