Tarpon Lodge & Restaurant

Address: 13771 Waterfront Drive, Pineland, Florida, 33922, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on 13771 Waterfront Drive, Pineland, is near Useppa Island, Cabbage Key, Randell Research Center, and Museum of the Islands.
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      Travel Blogs from Pineland

      Beach day, sand sculptures and another beach day..

      A travel blog entry by twoadventurers on Nov 20, 2014

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      ... But when we knocked on the window the very kind young lady served us - 4 hot fudge sundaes !! Very nice of her and much appreciated :) A sweet end to a great day!! Friday: off to the second hand store again ... Enjoyed lunch with neighbours Ken and Carol - ate at "Grandma Dots" at the marina on Sanibel. (It's a grey day - sweater weather). A good lunch - grilled grouper with spinach and Boursin cheese. ...

      Monday, Tuesday Wednesday

      A travel blog entry by twoadventurers on Nov 17, 2014

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      ... I went to "Noah's ark" today. We spent almost 2 hours looking around and trying things on. We both walked out with some great purchases :) The boys went for a 2 hour bike ride. After lunch we drove up to Captiva to look around some of the shops up there - a couple of art galleries, clothing stores etc. I saw a nice casual dress for $3600.00 and a sweater for $500! Too rich for me!!! After dinner, we're off to a movie - "St. ...

      "Tastes of the Island" and bike ride (marathon)

      A travel blog entry by twoadventurers on Nov 16, 2014

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      ... preserve" - no alligators but lots of birdlife. We stopped at a marina/ vacation rental cottages where Jim and Sue had stayed In the past. Took a picture of Rick beside a funky tree. Then we rode to the very tip of Captiva - a beach area. Nearby is a restaurant/bar called the "Mucky Duck" - great place to see sunsets. By this time it was getting on so we "booted" it home - arrived home 5:30ish. We rode almost 60 km! A great day but we were tired when we got home ...

      Bob cats and rain

      A travel blog entry by garrynjan on Sep 19, 2013

      6 comments, 25 photos

      ... old building in Punta Gorda - the huge brick building had been an icehouse and it has no windows...stepping inside takes one back - all old brick interior and thick high timber beams , lots of high tables and chairs....with many enjoying their food and drinks perched on these- an ideal way to pass a stormy afternoon, before heading back to Chuck & Jan's to watch a Jack Nickolson movie..

      We have enjoyed having Ken and Barb here from Kentucky - they are in their ...

      Life is Better in the Shell Kingdom

      A travel blog entry by azuremyst1984 on Sep 19, 2013

      54 photos

      ... is a bit wilder and overgrown here, it's colors more vibrant, and it's shops even more ecclectic. I also think the beaches of Captiva are a bit prettier than those on Sanibel. The hues of the ocean were deeper, like liquid emeralds and sapphires. While I love Sanibel, I felt the waters there might have had the slightest brownish tinge to them, which you normally wouldn't notice unless you venture towards Captiva's waters to ...