Cape Coral, FL, ADA Accessible Kayak Launch Installed
Sirenia Vista State Park in Cape Coral, Florida, is an 8-acre environmental park known as a great place to enjoy viewing manatees. It is also a favorite fishing area for locals. The park is undergoing a series of upgrades. The Phase I enhancements have been completed and include a new BoardSafe ADA accessible kayak launch area, manatee viewing locations, walking path, and landscape improvements. The new handicap-accessible kayak area now allows all those in the community — regardless of any physical limitations — to safely enjoy the outdoor activities and wildlife.
Enjoying the marine activities at Sirenia Vista State Park is a highlight of the park. The kayak launch allows kayakers access to the Calusa Blueway through Matlacha, and the state park has identified and created a series of water trails. Maps and information can be downloaded from their website: http://www.capecoral.net/department/parks_and_recreationhome/sirenia_vista.php.
In January 2019, BoardSafe’s first adaptive and accessible kayak launch was installed at Cape Coral in Florida. Below is a time-lapse video of the aluminum gangway, aluminum floating dock, kayak chute, and other boat launch accessories, being unloaded and transported to the installation site.
This installation was highlighted on the following real estate presentation: