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Pine Island rose from the receding seas millions of years ago. It's not known when man first arrived but skeleton remains have been found on the island dating back nearly 6000 years. Calusa Indians inhabited the islands from about 300 A.D. until the Spanish conquered them in the 1700s. Except for the occasional pirate or fisherman, Pine Island was then basically uninhabited until 1873. Those hardy settlers who then arrived lived off the sea and land and carved out the paradise we now enjoy. Commercial fishing and farming of tropical fruits and palm trees became the main industries on the island— as they remain to this day.
Each July for several days the islanders play host to more than 10,000 people who arrive for the largest celebration of the year -- Mangomania -- which features our fruits, exotic plants and farm goods as well as our array of artistic talent. www.MangoManiaFL.com will give you detailed information on this fun family event.
Pine Island consists of five communities:
Pine Island Center
St. James City
Each is unique, each special, yet all are Pine Island. Neighborhoods are known by their street names - the "fish" streets, "tree" streets, "boat" streets and more. Restaurants are scattered throughout as are quaint and charming cottages and motels….. all with water access.
Here in Pine Island we have no traffic lights and a small town atmosphere. Many visitors are so attracted to the island they move permanently. Abundant wildlife, unspoiled nature and fantastic fishing and boating are just some of the reasons why people stay, and the waters of the aquatic preserves are a delight to explore, one can just experience the island at leisure and see how friendly, beautiful and laid-back our paradise can be.
Artists, authors and musicians call Pine Island home. They enrich our local culture in many ways. Our art galleries are busy, colorful and popular. Even our telephone poles are adorned with original paintings accomplished by local artists who have memorialized our beautiful natural surroundings in these works. Pine Island also has much to offer the residents: Professional services, commercial enterprises, churches, and organizations are available as well as restaurants and tourist accommodations.
Pine Island Coast has supported many generations of island commercial fishing families but sport fishing takes no back seat. The best tarpon fishing in the world is north of Bokeelia in Boca Grande Pass. Snook, redfish, grouper, snapper and many more help make this a fisherman’s paradise.
Matlacha ( Mat-la-shay), the gateway to Pine Island is an historic fishing village and artist community. It is also the home of the “World’s Fishingest Bridge” where anglers cast all day and night for the many fish that teem in the local waters. Matlacha has colorful, cozy waterfront cottages and small motels, shops, art galleries, restaurants and more. It’s a great place to “park and walk."
Pine Island Center is the hub of island activity. It holds the shopping centers, community pool, tennis courts, ball fields, school, museum and library.
St. James City is the most developed area, holding over half of the island's population. Most of the homes are located along direct access canals that lead to the Gulf of Mexico.
Pineland is rich in archeological resources, with the Randell Research Center studying the life of the Calusa in this area. The area also has many historic buildings, including one of the world’s smallest post offices and has one of the largest marinas on the island.
Bokeelia has an abundance of tropical fruit farms and palm tree farms, an 18-hole golf course, fishing pier as well as several marinas offering service to the outer islands.
Whichever location you decide to visit, we know you will have a wonderful and relaxing time. Those who live here consider it a tropical paradise. And those who arrive either for a day or a lifetime, as we’ve been told time and again, tend to agree with that statement.