LAVENDER'S LANDING
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7290 Barrancas Ave. N.W.
Bokeelia , FL
33922
239-283-0015
Tropic Star
(239) 283-0015
coxsl@leegov.com
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Monday - Sunday 7:00 AM - 9:30 PM This Lee County Parks and Recreation Facility is now under the management of Tropic Star.

THE BOAT RAMP IS NOW OPEN. THE LCPR PARKING STICKERS WILL NO LONGER BE ACCEPTED.

Any questions or comments regarding these changes contact Steve Cox at 239-229-0452

Pine Island, FL, Oct. 3, 2011 — The public boat ramp in Bokeelia on the north tip of Pine Island has now reopened after Lee County Parks & Recreation added cement slabs to the end of the two-lane ramp to make it easier for boaters to launch during low tide. This ramp gives boaters direct access from a public ramp to Charlotte Harbor and Pine Island Sound via Jug Creek. Parking is $10 daily; ramp hours are 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. For more information, call (239) 283-0015. To find an alternative county ramp, visit www.leeparks.org, or view the Lee County Boater’s Guide by visiting www.lee-county.com and entering “boaters guide” in the search window.

Information
A 2 slip boat launching facility that offers 23 designated parking spaces for vehicles with trailers. Parking fees are $10.00 per day for vehicles with or without a trailer, if you wish to launch only the fee is $5.00. Overnight Parking is allowed. Receipts should be clearly displayed on vehicle's dashboard. Click here for information on renting the cottages or call 239-283-0015

Notice: A SALTWATER FISHING LICENSE IS STILL REQUIRED FOR FLORIDA RESIDENTS WHO SALTWATER FISH FROM SHORE. HOWEVER THERE IS NO FEE FOR RESIDENTS. Read more here.

History
This Boat ramp was formerly known as the Harbor Hideaway Marina. Lee County purchased this ramp in 2005, changing its name to the Bokeelia Boat Ramp and Cottages. On December 1, 2007 the Tropic Star began management of this facility. The boat ramp underwent renovations and in February 2010 reopened. The County renamed this ramp Lavender’s Landing on March 24th, 2010.