Spanning 10-acres of land, Causeway Beach links the Sanibel's mainland to its Island. If you are driving to the shore from the mainland on SR/CR 867, you will pass through a DOT Tollbooth with a $6 fee associated with it. Once over the bridge, you will first come upon Island A. If you keep going, you will arrive at Island B. Both Islands are well populated; however, Island B has more amenities than just a parking lot, such as restrooms, areas to picnic, and freshwater sources. You can take your pet to either island, as long as they stay on-leash.
This is a favored destination by many Florida locals. In certain areas, you can get both bay and gulf access. There are many permitted activities that keep the entire family entertained! Among those is fishing, participating in water sports (kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing, and kiteboarding), and swimming. Grills are also allowed; some are available for the public's use, or you can bring your own.! Conveniently, you are able to unload your vehicle right up to the water's edge.
Large trees create a natural shade where you and your doggo can take cover from the sun. Island B has water fountains where you can fill up a water bowl for your pupper to stay hydrated. If you plan on staying at Island A, though, be prepared with your own water. The shallow shore lines are perfect to either introduce your canine friend to the idea of swimming or to wade through the water with your furry friend for a cool down. Even though your baby is on a leash, please ensure that you are mindful of others around you whether they are furry or not. Be sure to pack some bags to help clean up after your doggie! Pet waste can destroy the water quality which leaves it unenjoyable for others.