Not only does Parkway have history, so does Chokoloskee Island. These are just a few of the stories we have to tell:
Built in 1956 and originally owned by the Smallwood Family, Parkway Village was Chokoloskee's first fishing camp with direct access to gulf channels, and mangrove islands just a few hundred meters away.
Parkway Motel & Marina is owned and operated by a Chokoloskee Island native, Aaron Tabor, with partner David Ardlean. Aaron grew up boating these waters and playing on the island.
The Tabor family has been in Chokoloskee for generations and are proud to share their hospitality, extensive knowledge and experiences with you.
Surrounded by millions of miles of wilderness with Everglades National Park to the east-southeast, and 10,000 Islands National Wildlife Refugee to the north-northwest, The Parkway Motel and Marina is located at the end of Highway 29 in southwest Florida's unspoiled coastal estuary on an Ancient Calusa Indian Barrier Island named Chokoloskee. Gorgeous stunning sunsets, and a myriad of wildlife call nature enthusiasts from all over the world to bear witness to this UNESCO World Hertiage Site - The Florida Everglades.