Alison Hagerup Beach Park AKA as Captiva Beach is a wide, sandy stretch of beach located at the northern tip of Captiva Island off San-Cap Road adjacent to South Seas Island Resort. Captiva Beach is located within easy walking distance to several Captiva Island casual restaurants and cafes. Take a short walk from the beach to cool off with some ice cream, a cold drink, or lunch.
Romantic Sunset Spot
Alison Hagerup Beach Park and Captiva Beach face west and do not get as crowded as some of the other area beaches making it a romantic spot to snuggle up and catch a sunset. In fact, Travelocity rated Captiva Beach “The Most Romantic Beach in Florida,” and has been recognized as one of the Top 25 Beaches in the United States! Florida Sunshine Survival Tips
Parking and Amenities
Restroom facilities are available including one handicap accessible. Very limited parking is available. Visitors parking fees: $5 for the first two hours. The park and pay stations are maintained by the Captiva Erosion Prevention District.
A Saltwater Fishing License is required to saltwater fish from shore. There is no fee for Florida residents.
Captiva beaches do not allow pets, open fires, or the collecting of live shells. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited from November through May.