Land taxi service isn’t available on this 30 mile long, ﾽ mile wide barrier island. It is home to the tallest lighthouse in the U.S.,,, 80% of it’s over 19,500 acres is undeveloped public park land, and it has a special environment nurturing a diverse selection of plants, animals, birds, marine life, and even people. Land and water recreation, dining, an active nightlife, and shopping opportunities abound here. The best way to arrive on the island is by watercraft,,, however parking is available in parking lot # 5 at the end of the Causeway. Although dogs are not allowed in the lighthouse or other park buildings, they are allowed to enjoy the miles of boardwalks, trails, beaches, and self-guided nature walks. Dogs may not be in life-guarded areas of the beach, picnic or wildlife habitat areas, and they must be on no more than a 6 foot leash in the park area and cleaned up after at all times. Dogs must be well behaved and not left unattended at any time or tied to any park facilities. The campground (seasonal) has 26 sand sites, and is only a short walk to the visitor center, beach, and marina. Amenities here include a summer lifeguard, general store, showers and restrooms, water, grills, a snack bar, and a Tiki Bar. Wilderness camping is year round, and a permit is required. (Certain areas are restricted to dogs during the summer. Check for updates prior to arrival.) The camping and tent areas also allow dogs. There is a dog walk area at the campground. There are no electric or water hookups at the campgrounds.
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