Fort Myers Beach
Fort Myers Beach is a seven-mile-long stretch of warm, shallow water surrounded by residences and a few hotels and restaurants.
Edison Ford Winter Estates
The Edison & Ford Winter Estates are located near Fort Myers in a lovely area. These houses currently serve as both a museum and National Historic Landmarks.
Fort Myers River District
There are many eateries, theaters, and unique shops in this region, which is indicated by the red interlocking road.
One of the greatest places in Southwest Florida to watch manatees in their natural habitat is there.
Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve
Alligators, otters, and turtles may all be found at the 3,500-acre Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve, which is a magnificent sanctuary for wildlife.
Spring training provides experienced players while also allowing new players to compete for roster and position positions.
Lakes Regional Park
The park has a freshwater lake, toy trains, playgrounds, Fragrance Gardens, playgrounds with water features, food concessions, boat and bike rentals, and picnic areas.
IMAG History & Science Center
A fascinating and instructive family attraction, the IMAG History & Science Center has aquariums, historical exhibitions, a 3D theater, and interactive exhibits.
J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge
The refuge, known for its stunning migrating bird populations, is a component of the biggest undeveloped mangrove habitat in the United States.
Calusa Nature Center & Planetarium
Numerous rescue animals, two nature paths, a planetarium, a bird aviary, a butterfly garden, and meeting spaces can be found on the 105-acre site.