- The list below includes 54 free or cheap things to do in or near Marco Island, Florida, including 48 different types of inexpensive activities like Fishing, Beaches, Parks and Movie Theaters.
- From Tigertail Beach to Mackle Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Marco Island and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Naples and Everglades City.
Open until sundown, Marco Island South Beach is a flat sand beach where visitors can take in the scenic ocean views and enjoy a picnic. The many shells scattered in the sand provide ample opportunity for shelling.
Hideaway Beach Association offers its members a private beach and gated community situated on 300 acres of lagoon. In addition to a beach, members can enjoy amenities like a pro shop, fitness center, pool, and golf course.
Walker's Hideaway Marina is a full-service marina that provides boat rentals, a deli, storage facilities, boat repairs, and a service department. The marina also has fuel docks and an outboard repair service.
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Quality Backwater Fishing - Private Charters offers private fishing tours led by Captain Hector Diaz. The staff are very knowledgeable of the fishing spots in the area, and often offer advice and guidance to their customers.
Marco Murder & Mayhem is a two-hour long ghost tour that brings individuals around the island by trolley. During the tours, guests learn the spooky details and history of the nearby cemeteries, haunted inns, and even an Indian burial-ground.
Located at the Rose Marina, Six Chuter Charters offers fishing, shelling, and sightseeing trips, along with combination trips that include a variety of activities. While the company offers backwater and offshore fishing, it specializes in backwater fishing trips.
Off the Hook Adventures offers standard and sunset sail, shell, and sightseeing tours. The vessel stops at different areas for shelling and the tour guide helps travelers spot dolphins, manatees, and other marine life.