Own a piece of history on this secluded barrier island. This 40 +/- acre property on Dog Island, Florida was originally purchased in the 1940’s by a retired WWII pilot. This island has been developed as the premier fly-in destination for vacationers looking to utilize the 2,500 foot grass landing strip and deep-water harbor. Today, the island serves as a beautiful refuge for permanent residents and vacationers alike as they enjoy 360 degrees of white sandy beaches, spectacular sunsets, and phenomenal sport fishing.
This island is ideal for those looking to fish, shell, swim, take photographs, or hike to tidal marshes and freshwater ponds. One can also seek out nearly 200 species of birds or 391 species of plants found on the 1,800 acre island. Stretching out to seven miles long, most of the island is part of the 1,100 acre Jeff Lewis Wilderness Preserve. Boasting an abundance of wildlife and natural beauty, this preserve is enjoyed by all that call this paradise their permanent or seasonal home.