Our family loves visiting Marco Island, Florida. It is one of the best cities to visit while on a road trip in Florida. Since I was a kid, my family stayed in Marco Island for a week every summer. Now that we have kids of our own, we wanted to continue the tradition and stay in Marco Island at least once a year. Besides the beach, there are many things to do when on a Marco Island beach vacation. Here are my favorite things to do when exploring Marco Island beach with kids.
Where to Stay in Marco Island – Beachfront Hotels
This is our favorite place to stay and one of the best
This is another great option for families as well in Marco Island beach. We stayed here a few years and enjoyed the balcony views, beachfront access, and pool. Don’t forget to pack hats, sun shirts, sunscreen for
Where to Eat in Marco Island
They only offer take out. These are among the best ribs you will ever eat! They offer a la carte items, but we always opt for family packs that include side items like baked beans and cole slaw. Highly recommend this place!
We always take out or get delivery from this place. Their pizza and pasta dishes are delicious. They are quick and deliver right to your room.
Our favorite breakfast place…this is a must do! Delicious egg dishes, pancakes and my favorite – crunchy french toast! They are open for lunch too, but I have never been. Please eat here!
This was a nice place to eat out. If you can get an outdoor table by the water, it is worth the view. This restaurant has great fish and plenty of other options for
This is the restaurant on the Marriott Crystal Shores property. We often will order appetizers or have lunch brought to the pool deck from here. They have delicious options and happy hour specials starting at
We love this restaurant. It is a small “mom and
Things to Do in Marco Island
For your Marco Island Florida beach vacation, there are numerous activities to enjoy. Explore Marco Island by checking out one of these activities:
These outlets have it all! Whenever it rains in Marco Island (which is pretty common), we drive 45 minutes to Estero and go shopping. We often buy the kids their school shoes and clothes for the upcoming year here. Since the discounts are significant, we buy a lot! Besides the beach and food, we look forward to our annual visit to these outlets as well.
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