Places you should visit atleast once in Fort Myers
Considered Fort Myers' main downtown area, the River District is filled with things to do, see and – of course – eat
Fort Myers River District
The Edison and Ford Winter Estates are a home base for history buffs who visit the area
Edison and Ford Winter Estates
Fort Myers Beach is big draw for travelers visiting the area
Fort Myers Beach
Set on 3,500 acres of wetlands, Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve is home to an array of plant and animal life
Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve
It's best to stop by Manatee Park, a refuge for Florida manatees, during the winter season (between December and..
Although the nearest major league baseball teams are in Tampa and Miami, those visiting Fort Myers still see big league action in the form of spring..
If you're looking for a mix of fun and relaxation suitable for the whole family, head to Lakes Regional Park
Lakes Regional Park
Named after a political cartoonist and conservationist, the J
J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge
Future scientists and engineers (and their families) come to the IMAG History & Science Center to explore topics,..
IMAG History & Science Center
You'll see a wide range of animals native to Florida at the Calusa Nature Center & Planetarium, including bald eagles, alligators, hawks and owls
Calusa Nature Center & Planetarium
Described by some recent travelers as a hidden gem in the town of Fort Myers Beach, the William H