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Blind Pass Park will close to the public due to erosion

Blind Pass Park will close to the public due to erosion
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SANIBEL, Fla. – Beginning tomorrow, June 15, Blind Pass Beach Park will be closed to the public due to erosion, officials said.

Since May, the shoreline at Blind Pass has gradually eroded away and a steep escarpment has developed at the end of the beach access paths making public access to the water unsafe.

The closest beach parks to Blind Pass are Turner Beach Park and Bowman’s Beach Park. For more information on all beach park locations, you can click here.

The city of Sanibel will continue to monitor the conditions at Blind Pass and will reopen the park when the public can safely access the beach again.

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