Courtesy of State Library and Archives of Florida
Throwback Thursday: A family enjoys a picnic on beautiful Cayo Costa … circa 1968!
And it’s still a favorite jaunt for our guests today. This exquisite barrier island — considered to be the most infrequently-visited state park in the country, as it’s only accessible by boat — is one of the best shelling beaches in the world. With more than nine miles of pristine beach and six miles of nature trails, Cayo Costa offers an unforgettable experience for the whole family.