This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$400 per night 4 night min stay
$350 per night 3 night min stay
$350 per night 2 night min stay
Useppa Island Travel Tips
Get Away From Crowded Beaches With Useppa Island Vacation Rentals
Useppa Island vacation rentals allow you to escape the crowded beaches that you'll find at other island locations in Southwest Florida. The entire island belongs to a private club focused on providing its members, guests, and owners with a place dedicated to recreation and relaxation. Leave your worries on the coast, located 15 minutes from the island by boat.
Step Into History With Useppa Island Condos
People have inhabited Useppa Island for over 10,000 years, and it was a stopping place for nomadic peoples who roamed the Florida area in prehistoric times. Visitors to the island will see signs like the shell middens left by the Calusa tribe, a native people who developed a complex society on the island. Later, pirates used the island as a prison for hostages before John M. Roach bought the property in 1894 and built the first hotel. Vacation rentals in Useppa Island allow you to access relics left from the different eras.
Enjoy Family Vacations With South West Waterfront Rentals
At Useppa Island, you'll find something for everyone. Most properties are close to beach, allowing easy access for fishing, boating, or other water sports. The club hosts a variety of events throughout the high season for children, including activities like treasure hunts, fishing tournaments for kids, and coloring contests. The club also hosts a pool, a Jacuzzi, basketball courts, croquet courts, and tennis courts.
Enjoy Florida Activities From Useppa Island Vacation Homes
Island life allows you to enjoy a variety of fun, including golf, tennis, and shelling. Take advantage of local shopping and dining or head to the beach for parasailing, snorkeling, diving, or swimming. Rent a kayak or a bike to explore off-the-road places. Boca Grande, Pine Island, Cayo Costa, and Captiva are nearby towns accessible by boat that also offer activities for individuals and families.