Activities

Take in a movie – it’s a short walk to The Beach Theater, which features popular movies and great food.
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Fort Myers Beach Golf Club – also nearby – is the only golf course on Fort Myers Beach. This 18 hole par 60 is open to the public.
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Discover the island by trolley. The Fort Myers Beach Trolley serves Summerlin Square, Bowditch Park, Times Square, Santini Plaza and Lover’s Key. Ride all day for just $3.50 – check the schedule for times and prices. Click here for details

FORT MYERS BEACH – at the north end of the island

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Take the trolley to explore “all manner of” wildlife, from mangroves to margaritas. Here’s the schedule: Click here for details

Before you head out, you’ll need the entertainment schedule for Fort Myers beach:  Click here for details

Times Square – a.k.a. downtown Fort Myers BeachIf shopping and dining are your thing, Times Square is the place! It’s full of street entertainers, shops, restaurants and bars. Click here for details

LOVER’S KEY STATE PARK – just south of Gulfview Manor

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Activities include 2.5 miles of beach for swimming, sunning, walking and shelling; 5 miles of bicycle trails, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, hiking, picnicking and playground. Click here for details

For tour reservations and rentals of bicycles, canoes and kayaks, call (239)765-7788.

tripadvisor“One of the best Florida State Parks”

Five Stars – Logistiks – December 16, 2013
“This is a park with beautiful white sand beaches, great for leisurely stroll, watching sunset and picking shells.”

 

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“A jewel minutes from ft. myer’s beach”
Five Stars – Babynat – December 23, 2013

(Excerpt) “There are bike, canoe, pedal boat and kayak rentals near the visitor center. For $58 x 2, our family of 4 rented 2 tandem kayaks and paddled 3 hours on an inland waterway where we saw manatees, many birds, jumping fish, and 1 alligator.”