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In respect to this, are there alligators on Honeymoon Island?
Alligators, no fresh water on the island so no gators have ever been seen there. 5. Sharks, yes this is salt water, however the bay is very shallow and warm not conducive for large predatory sharks, no history of any shark attacks in this bay , ever. The most common seen here is the bonnet head [ world record 28 lbs.
Also, how much does it cost to go to Honeymoon Island?
$8 per vehicle
Similarly, can you drink on Honeymoon Island?
Honeymoon Island + Caladesi Island
No alcohol is permitted. The following is also prohibited… nudity, overnight camping and bonfires.
Can you drive on Honeymoon Island?
DRIVING: Honeymoon island is connected to the mainland by a causeway and it can be reached by taking SR 586 from Dunedin across the causeway out to the island. Dunedin is located about 25- minutes north of Clearwater Beach in the Tampa Bay area on Florida’s west coast.
Showers are located near the boardwalks leading out to the main beach areas.
Swimming, fishing, shelling, hiking and bicycling are all popular activities that make Honeymoon Island State Park an ideal getaway.
Head for Honeymoon Island’s dog beach to spend time in the water with Fido or take a walk along the shore. Just be sure to keep your pet on a six-foot handheld leash. Both you and your pet will enjoy the crystal-clear, shallow water, which is the perfect depth for dogs to wade through comfortably and cool off.
A whale shark was spotted of Caladesi Island by Caladesi Fish and Dive Charters on Tuesday. The captain of the charter, Mark Bonanno took the stunning video. Three whale sharks were spotted off Longboat Key over the weekend. Whale sharks can grow to be between 18 and 33 feet long and weigh up to 41,000 pounds.
The filled area of the beach actually put the shoreline at about seven feet above sea level, but since then the waters on the shore have carried away much of the fill, leaving a shoreline of hardened limestone rocks.
Destin. Destin is commonly referred to as the Florida beach with the clearest water. Why this beach in particular? It’s because of the Choctawhatchee Bay just beyond the beach that acts as a filtration, taking in the darker sediment and leaving clear waters atop Destin’s fine quartz sand.