See And Do
The outer islands of Fort Myers & Sanibel, in Lee County, have a charm all of their own. Most are boat-accessible - if you want to explore islands like Cayo Costa, Cabbage Key, North Captiva and Useppa, you'll need to put aside whole days for this. Pine Island, Sanibel, Captiva and Boca Grande can all be easily driven to.
On Sanibel Island you'll find the J N "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge, 6400 acres of forest and watershed that combine into one of the largest mangrove wildernesses in the country.
Fort Myers doesn't just indulge your penchant for relaxation or need for a good ball game. There's also a vibrant creative and intellectual energy in the air here which manifests
CROW operates one of the country's leading wildlife rehabilitation facilities on its 12.5-acre campus on Sanibel Island,...
In Lee County southwest Florida, from March to June anglers from all over the world come here for the Megalops ..
After collapsing from exhaustion in 1885, some 6 years after inventing the electric light bulb, Thomas Edison was
An ideal way to visit Key West from Fort Myers (year round) or Marco Island (December - Spring) is to jump on board the Key West Express. There is no better way to arrive into the Keys than by sailing through the open waters of The Gulf of Mexico.
It is one of North America's unsung wild places - a beautiful, rugged, subtropical wilderness enjoyed by a relatively small number of tourists each year.