|1. The Beach!
||Numerous Beach spots in the sand for sunning and people watching, as well a stretches of quiet shoreline and beach parks. On the south end there is Lovers Key (on Black Island) a large state park with lots of nature. Over 1,500 acres of beach and bay lands. Mid-island is a small newer park, called Newton Beach park. A quiet spot with grills and tiki huts for great picnics. Near the North end of Island is Lynn Hall Park, has a playground and bathrooms and lots of parking. This park is right next to the Town Pier. On the North tip of the island is Bodwitch Point Park, it has over 12 acres encompassing beach to bay. Has dockage, parking, walking trails, grills, baths, and a snack/lunch counter.|
|Fishing on Fort Myers Beach is a local favorite past time!
Various locations on the Gulf, Bridges or Bay. A fishing license may be required, please check with local bait and tackle shops. Many also fish from a charter or half day fishing boats located just before the main bridge.
| 3. Casino Boat
Step aboard SOUTHWEST FLORIDA'S ONLY CASINO BOAT! Enjoy your favorite casino table games, and the newest slots. Bingo on the cruise. Fantastic Live Entertainment on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday PM evening cruise. Great views of the Islands and our famous sunsets on the Gulf.
|4. Dolphin Tour Pleasure Cruise
||Enjoy dolphins and manatees from your guided tour Local captain and mate show you the areas waterways, shelling off the islands of Sanibel and Bonita, and Fort Myers Beach. One of the most memorable expierences you will have one the water and remember forever!
| 5. Walking the Town Pier
||The Fort Myers Beach Town Pier is located on the north end of the Island, in the "Times Square" area. In this area you will find an abundant of shops, dining, and Lynn Hall county Beach park, with a playground and bathrooms.|
| 6. Local Marine Science center
||Ostego Bay Foundation Marine Science Center located at 718 Fishermans Wharf on San Carlos Island in Fort Myers Beach. The Center provides a Marine Science Experience through interactive exhibits, aquariums, touch tank, collections and displays. Open Monday - Friday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. seasonally. A donation of $5.00 per adult and $3.00 for children over 6 years of age is suggested.
| 7. Matanzas Pass Preserve
||The Matanzas Pass Preserve is located just beside the Beach School this unique property has many acres of wildlife and trails to the back bay with sitting area on the bay. Perfect to picnic and viewing our calm waters of Estero Bay and all the nature that surrounds you! Look for bald eagles, manatee and dolphins!|
| 8. Kayaking
||Kayaking is a relaxing and exciting sport all in one! From our calm bay waters to the gentle surf of the Gulf you can see all our island, bays, and nature. Many popular spots include Lovers Key State Park, where you can also rent a kayak for the day or half day.|
9. Watching the sunset
|Ahh the sunset! From nearly any spot on the Gulf you can see the sunset. Full of colors, sometimes pinks, sometimes reds and orange. We have the most beautiful sunsets to be found anywhere! So sit back, and pull up your chair or stroll our sands and watch the end of a wonderful day!|
10. Buying a Place in Paradise!
|Go for it! Make your footsteps in our sand everyday. Stop by Loffreno Real Estate Inc. and talk to one of our Realtors today. You can also call us at 239-463-2999 or visit 2100 Estero Blvd. We are happy to provide you with information and a island map. No high pressure sales pitch, just good old fashion service and friendly staff to assist you!|