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The dome houses are an amazing piece of history. I have been here twice and done some research online and its just a fascinating story of the house and what has happened to them. The second time I saw them was with a local person...More
This is not an attraction. As you can see from the picture these huts are ready to fall into the water. You can't go inside, walk around or use the island. I always pass this spot on the way out to go fishing; I chuckle...More
My family & I rented a boat to take a day trip to the Ice Island/Cape Romano area. Beautiful site to see, easy boat trip with chart (lots of shallow spots!). Easy to pull ashore on sand or anchor for a swim, picnic or walk...More
We had "Off the hook adventures" sail us down to see this historic home, that is now in the Gulf of Mexico. Do yourself a favor and research the history of the Dome Home on Cape Romano. It is a very interesting story, and being...More
The structure shown sitting in the Gulf at the south end of the island and only be seen from the water... jet ski or boat. at one time it was on land, but tides and hurricanes changed it's use. Interesting to see but not high...More
Best visited by power boat, although a fit person could reach it from Marco Island by kayak. In the heart of the 10,000 islands, some of the best fishing & kayaking in the world. For kids, the geodesic dome ruins are one of a kind,...More
We took a jet ski excursion to Cape Romano and found the site to be very interesting. Hard to imagine it was originally on land and also hard to imagine people living in those structures they way they present now. It was fun to hear...More