Palm Island Marina. How to get here ….
 
 
BY LAND

DRIVING DIRECTIONS (Southbound)

• I-75 to old exit 34/new exit 191 (Englewood/North Port/River Road)
• Turn right off the interstate and head west. You will follow River Road to the third stop light called Pine Street (approximately 10 miles from the exit)
• Turn left onto Pine Street and follow it approximately 7 miles to the marina. (F.Y.I. the road changes names and turns into Placida Road, also known as SR775, near the marina)
• We will be on your right-hand side on the road. You will see three large American flags, MarineMAX/Gulfwind Marine, and Johnny Leverocks Seafood House also on our grounds. Drive Safely!!!

DRIVING DIRECTIONS (Northbound)

• I-75 to old exit 32/new exit 179(Toledo Blade Blvd)
• Turn left off the interstate and head west. You will follow Toledo Blade to the third stop light called SR776 (approximately 5-7 miles from exit)
• Turn right onto SR776 and follow approximately 10 miles to CR771
• Turn left onto CR771 and follow approximately 5 miles until the road takes a sharp bend to the right past the Placida Fishery Restaurant.
• Continue to follow the road (now called SR775 after the bend) approximately 5 miles to the marina.
• We will be on your left-hand side of the road. You will see three large American flags, MarineMAX/Gulfwind Marine, and Johnny Leverocks Seafood House also on our grounds. We look forward to seeing you!!!

BY WATER:

The entrance to Palm Island Marina is clearly marked by sign at IntraCoastal Waterway (ICW) Marker #7 approximately 3 miles north of the Boca Grande bridge, and one mile south of Stump Pass.

For guests of the Palm Island Marina, there are numerous recreational facilities — including a huge swimming pool and even grills (for cookouts) on premises. A full grocery store plus other restaurants and stores are within easy walking distance. Overnight accomodations (in furnished condos) are available at both the Marina site, and at Palm Island Resort.