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Lovers Key State Park

 About Lovers Key State Park

Sun rays peak through the clouds along the edge of the beach with crashing waves. Photo by Dave Kenkins.


Gloria Beauchamp

The beach nourishment project is complete and the beach is a beautiful 300 feet wide.  So bring to whole family out for some fun under the sun.

Be safe and remember the essentials when enjoying the outdoors--sun protection and water!






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Lovers Key is located at 8700 Estero Blvd., Fort Myers Beach. The park boundaries are Big Carlos Pass and New Pass. We are 10.5 miles west of I-75 on exit 116.


  • Volunteer -

    Volunteers play a vital role in the daily operations of Lovers Key State Park. Whatever your time allows, you can make a difference. Volunteers can assist in the park by driving the trams, taking park photos, monitoring sea turtles, removing non-native invasive plants, raising park funds, collecting tolls, giving out park information, monitoring water quality, maintaining the park grounds, performing minor repairs, assisting with projects, presenting guided walks and assisting the staff.

    If you are a camper looking for a place to stay, the park has six beautiful volunteer camping sites with full hook-ups. You must have a self-contained RV unit and volunteer 32 hours per site. There is a one month minimum stay at these sites and a four month maximum stay. We strive to match your skills and talents with a volunteer opportunity that best suits your interests. The volunteer sites offer a wonderful way to spend some time in paradise while providing a much needed work force that enhances the operations of the park. For more information, contact Volunteer Coordinator, Katie Moses: (239) 463-4588.

  • For forms, information and benefits of volunteering visit Get Involved.
  • Friends of Lovers Key
  • 8700 Estero Blvd. 
    Fort Myers Beach, 33931



  • Florida State Parks Pet Policy
  • Pets are not allowed on the beach, but they are permitted in other areas such as on the trails and paths that wind through the park. For safety of other visitors & wildlife, dogs need to be well-behave and on a six foot, hand-held leash at all times.