Our History . . .

Marco Island is the largest of Florida's Ten Thousand Islands, located on the Gulf of Mexico in Southwest Florida.
History says nothing about Marco Island until 1870 when settlers appeared here, the W. T. Collier family at the North end of the Island, and the Barfields at the South end. The pioneer period began in earnest! Clam factories, schools the Post Office and even a railroad came to Marco Island along with increasing population.
View our side show and visit the Marco Island Historical Society for more Marco Island History.

Serving you at the Snook

Snook Inn - This aeriel view of the Snook Inn shows ample boat docks, outside dining, roof top view, right at the end of Bald Eagle Dr, Olde Marco.

Specialty Drinks - Order your favorite frozen concoction and "chill" in the Florida Sun, watching the dolphins and pelicans at Snook Inn.

Waterside Dining - Come by boat or or car, you will enjoy the boats, docks and magnificent views while dining at Snook Inn.

Cheers! Under the Chickee all are friends--some you have not even met yet! Come join the fun 7 days a week.