Everglades Isle – Gateway to The 10,000 Islands

Conveniently located on the Barron River, Everglades Isle is the ideal destination for boating enthusiasts, sport fishermen, and nature lovers alike. The marina features deep-water access to the Gulf of Mexico and a 24-hour fueling station.

Experience the ultimate boating adventure at our premier deep-water marina. With 74 boat slips on top-quality floating concrete docks, we offer the perfect setting for your waterfront lifestyle. Our dock rentals come equipped with 20, 30, and 50 amp electrical, freshwater hookup, and a convenient pump-out station. And, with on-site 24-hour unleaded fuel service, you can stay out on the water longer. Enjoy a discounted monthly rental that includes a Lighthouse Club Guest Membership pass, and take advantage of our on-site ramp to launch your boat and adjacent covered dry storage. Come and join us for an unforgettable experience!

Live Aboard Slips – from $125 per night

Slip with Site Rental – from $25 per night

Short Term Rental – up to 3 Hours

Storage – from $10 per day

Boat Launch

74 Slips

On-Site Fuel

Boat Rentals

Floating Dock

Fish Cleaning

Kayak Launch

Waterfront Gazebo

Arriving at Everglades Isle by Boat

From the Gulf of Mexico, enter Indian Key Pass at green marker #1 (25 degrees, 47.942′ N / 081 degrees 28.059′ W); follow the charted channel to Everglades City; controlling depth of the channel is a minimum of approximately 6 feet at MLW; the overhead cables which used to limit masts exceeding 65 feet in Everglades City are no longer there; just after passing the Rod & Gun Club take the channel to port of red marker #44; Caution – an inflowing tide will draw craft toward this marker, so give it a wide berth and maintain sufficient speed to counteract any such effort of the current; continue up the Barron River channel following the charted marks to green marker #55; 30 foot boat slips are located in the basin with widths up to 18 feet; the controlling depth of the basin is a minimum of approximately 5 feet at MLW; The marina staff monitors CH #16 VHF and our telephone is (239) 695-2600.