Sea Dog Eco Tours
WPA Level 2 Instructor/Trainer
Certified PaddleFit Pro Coach CPR/AED
*Yes 231, not 239 (I am from Michigan…)
Sea Dog Eco Tours Locations
Most Tours Launch from Matanzas on the Bay. We also meet up at Dog Beach on southern tip of Lovers Key, at Bowditch Point Park at the northern tip of the island or at your own dock (for private lessons). You can also book through AirBNB for our Paddle Picnic & Play Tour.
Sea Dog Eco Tours at Matanzas Inn Meet Up by Reservation Only
414 Crescent St
Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931
Days of Operation
Meet Up By Reservation Only
Matanzas Location: Take the Trolley or the Free Tram to Times Square and walk south to Crescent St. Take Crescent 3 blocks to 2nd Street. Look across the street for the Matanzas on the Bay Restaurant and the Matanzas Inn which is at 414 Crescent St. Walk out to the patio and find the dock. Walk down the talk back towards the Beach (West) and look for a small floating dock. There will be another white Pergola with a picnic table near there. If you come by car, find paid parking under the Matanzas Pass Bridge for $3 per hour or park at Nicks Liquor Store for an all day low rate. Nicks is the 1st driveway as you come over the bridge, just across from Crescent Family Beach on the gulf. Sheree will meet up with you at launch location once a paddle adventure has been booked. Sea Dog Eco Tours does not have a storefront or Kiosk on site to allow for #moretimeonthewater in #FMB.
Dog Beach Location: Uber or Drive to Lee County Dog Beach at 8800 Estero Blvd, Fort Myers Beach, Florida 33931 where we meet in the parking lot and then walk out to the beach.
Bowditch Point Park: Walk, Bicycle, Take The Tram or Trolley or Uber to Lee County Bowditch Point Park at 50 Estero Blvd, Fort Myers Beach, FL. 33931 where we will meet on the back bay harbor side. Arrive early to park as parking is limited. If you come by trolley walk around the buildings to the right or up the stairs through the building commons are and then out to the parking lot. From there walk towards the back bay (away from the beach) to the small cove by the park bench just north of the public dock.