All About Fort Myers, FL

With over 82,254 people in its population, Fort Myers, is the county seat of Lee County. The city has rapidly grown into the commercial center of the county, featuring tourist attractions, a large, regional airport and numerous institutions of higher education. With a large focus on redevelopment, the city continues to offer an appealing center for new residents and businesses to take hold of.

Local Destinations

Manatee Park:
Managed by Lee County Parks and Recreation, the Manatee Park is a warm water refuge that manatees live in. The optimal viewing months are during the end of December until February. There are also kayak launches, butterfly gardens, and picnic shelters for visitors to enjoy. Admission to the park is free and it is open all year-round.

IMAG History & Science Center: This hands-on museum and aquarium offers exhibits that span prehistoric times and include interactive displays that are appropriate for visitors of all ages. The center is a popular museum for many to visit and experience a more stimulating educational facility than traditional museums.

Calusa Nature Center & Planetarium:
Located on 105 acres in Fort Myers, the Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium is a non-profit organization that teaches visitors about local history and ecology. There are exhibits containing live animals native to the surrounding area. There are three nature trails, bird aviaries and a variety of different wildlife around too.

Book Your Stay Today

There are many different places to explore around Fort Myers, Fl. If you are interested in scheduling a rental to begin your adventure, book with us today!