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Water Equipment and Recreation Equipment Location: In the shed on the first floor • 4 Beach Chairs • 1 Beach Umbrella • 2 Fishing Poles • 1 Cooler • 1 Electrical Pump incase you need additional air

Boat Rental: in Boats and Fun phone

Family Games There are family games in the tray by the sofa and in the book shelf in the living room. Enjoy board games or simply a game of cards for family game night.

Restaurants • Riverstone Corner Bistro Sit down casual dining. Amazing food lunch and dinner call ahead to make reservations It is located down the mountain. • Highland Grill Lake Arrowhead's own restaurant casual dining and fun for the whole family good food. It is in the community in the Golf Club house. • Soho Bagel • I Hop Canton: Casual dining by the pools of the North Captiva Island Club • Mexican Restaurant Laurel Canyon Next to Publix

This is a NON-Smoking house. Automatic fee of $500+ will be debited if evidence of smoking and a possible eviction.

Sports Those of you participating in sporting events at LAKE POINT, you are just about 30 minutes away. LakePoint is conveniently located just off 1-75, Exit 283 in Emerson, GA.

Front Deck / Lanai Enjoy the beautiful sitting lanai with beautiful rocking chairs with seasonal lake views.

Trash Trash pickup is on Mondays. Please have your bags or boxes on the curb.

TV & Cable: We have 65-inch TVs in the Master bedroom and the Great room. You have lots of channels plus premium Channels including complimentary Netflix and YouTube TV to enjoy movie night with the whole family.

Uber Eats Uber Eats delivers to the community. If gate closes have them press 0002

Water The water comes from the city, and it is safe to drink. For extra filtering water there is always a Brita in the fridge.

Washer and Dryer Full size washer and dryer is provided with your stay. There is complimentary laundry detergent in the shed

Pets Please ensure the furry babies are on a leash while on a walk. We left complimentary bags for all the furry babies bussines Please pick up. Evidence of no pick up there will be a charge.

SUPPORT For any support please call 786-519-3903


The Formation of North Captiva Island

Throughout most of its history, North Captiva Island was a part of Captiva Island, which is to its south. The Tarpon Springs Hurricane of 1921 created a channel that separated the northern part of the island from the main island. This channel is named Redfish pass for the redfish that inhabit the area. Now detached from the main island, North Captiva has quickly grown in population and has a few hundred residences. The rapid growth of the population is generally attributed to the island’s natural beauty and serene atmosphere.

Just 50 years after the formation of this new island, people began to settle in the area. The first area where people built homes was the stretch of land running from the northernmost part of the island down to the bay. There are around 300 homes currently on the island with expectations that about another 150 homes will be built. As the population is growing quickly, efforts have been made to safeguard the surrounding natural features. This is done to protect the very natural beauty that draws people to North Captiva Island in the first place.

How Do You Get to North Captiva Island? Part of the reason that there are no cars on North Captiva Island is that you simply can not drive to get there. So, how do you get to the island? Here are just a few fun ways to get to North Captiva.

Ferry Service

The Island Club has a Ferry open to the Public. You can visit and see the Schedule and Rates. The Welcome Center is located in Pine Island, 5576 Doug Taylor Circle, Saint James City, FL 33956. You can also call to reserve at 239-283-3630 ext. 303. Be prepared to park your vehicle and take a shuttle bus to the Marina about 7 minutes away where the Ferry is located.

Private Charters

Please visit or contact our Transportation Manager, Kevin for more information at 239-399-5774.

Fun Things to Do on North Captiva Island There is so much to do on North Captiva Island that you could have fun forever! Just to name a few, here are some of the amazing things you can do for fun on the island.

Relax and play on the beach: The most beautiful white sand and clear blue water will lure you into a terrific opportunity to enjoy, relax and refresh in a tropical paradise. Explore the natural beauty of North Captiva Island: Whether by foot, bicycle, or electric golf cart, hop on the cool sandy roads and see what all the island has to offer. Check out local hangouts and scenic views and find what works for you and your companions. Check out the unique wildlife: Where else can you choose between tropical bird watching and hanging out with the dolphins or seeing the manatees play? If you enjoy viewing wildlife in pristine natural environments, this is definitely for you! Be gone fishing: If you love to fish, you can do so right from the docks or you can take a guided fishing charter and sink your hook in the ocean. Enjoy island eats and treats: Your taste buds will never be the same after you experience all of the great food and tropical drinks on North Captiva Island and the other outer islands.