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Koreshan State Park
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Estero
The park has an amazing history and its a wonderful place to just stroll among the trees along the river, There plenty for all ages and is a real gem.
We spent a really lovely 2 hrs kayaking on the river around the state park , the rangers were very friendly and super helpful - it was our first time in kayaks - saw lots of wildlife , beautiful birds , gorgeous p...
Lovers Key State Park Fort Myers Beach 7.4 km away
#1 of 10 Nature & Parks in Fort Myers Beach
Best place to commune with Mother Nature and if you love birds and turtles and manatees and other essential magical creature that make ice worthwhile then say hello to heavenly wildlife bliss.
Lovers Key State Park and its pristine white beaches for sunbathing, groomed trails for hiking and biking, waterways teeming with wildlife for kayaking, rentals on site with friendly and helpful staff, clean restr...
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Happehatchee Center
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Estero
Though it is small in size, sandwiched among the Estero River, Corkscrew road and Tamiami, the center offers the visitors a serene place to appreciate nature and relax.
Spiritual nature sanctuary
Little Hickory Beach Park Bonita Springs 9.4 km away
#1 of 8 Nature & Parks in Bonita Springs
Beautiful nature beach for relaxing
small beach,go right when you are at the public beach, small parkinglot with all the facilities, lot was full but you can park for free across the street, we had a good time on this fine beach
Mound Key Archeological State Park
#3 of 4 Nature & Parks in Estero
Dog Beach Fort Myers Beach 7.8 km away
#4 of 10 Nature & Parks in Fort Myers Beach
It is truly a dog's dream come true!!! Parking is free... Off leash dog park... Very friendly people and nice dogs when we visited!
There is a spray hose at the entrance so that one can rinse the sand off before leaving the park.
K-9 Corral at Estero Park
#4 of 4 Nature & Parks in Estero
Bowditch Point Park Fort Myers Beach 10.4 km away
#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in Fort Myers Beach
Aside from being easy to navigate and a beautiful facility, Bowditch Point park is a turtle sanctuary featuring a walking trail, boat ramp, beach and bay access, and a wooded picnic area with charcoal grills.
Bowditch Park is a small natural gulf beach front enclave at the north end of Estero Island, with tables for picnics, rest rooms, shade trees, and trails through the natural Florida gulf edge growth and environment.
Bonita Springs Public Beach Bonita Springs 10.4 km away
#3 of 8 Nature & Parks in Bonita Springs
Opportunity to head north on beach where it's quiet, serene, some shade trees & great homes to admire; walking south on beach offers more crowds, people watching, state park showers/restrooms & still wonderful hom...
We like visiting Bonita Springs beach - great location, usually great weather, nice people, and lots of Mother Nature to enjoy!
Barefoot Beach Preserve County Park North Naples 11.6 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in North Naples
Beautiful sands, well maintained and a nature preserve area with gopher tortoises, turtle nests and ospreys - just perfect.
This is a very nice beach park with many things to do and see (gopher tortoises, ospreys nesting, dolphins, hiking trails, etc.).
Bonita Springs Riverside Park Bonita Springs 8.7 km away
#5 of 8 Nature & Parks in Bonita Springs
Riverside Park in Bonita Springs has a bandshell and facilities (parking, restrooms, grassy lawnchair seating) that provided live jazz by the Stardust Memories Big Band with great sound and lighting that matches t...
Riverside park is a great park that the community provides for events all year long... Movie night, Celebrate Bointa, Holiday in the Park, Concerts, Ceremonies and much much more...love this park and love the comm...
Everglades Wonder Gardens Bonita Springs 10.2 km away
#4 of 8 Nature & Parks in Bonita Springs
The Gardens are seldom crowed, and provide a serene backdrop for a walk, stroll or just to sit and take in the nature.
This is a lovely little park, filled with flamingos, peacocks, gators and more!
Lakes Regional Park Fort Myers 13.1 km away
#2 of 22 Nature & Parks in Fort Myers
Many lakes, trails, fishing, nature path, gardens, bikes, water craft, railroad, museum, snack bars, picnic areas and amphitheater.. and more!
Whether you’re interested in hiking, biking, canoeing, kayaking, birdwatching, or picnicking, Lee County’s 279-acre Lakes Regional Park in Fort Myers, Florida offers it all in droves.
Bonita Springs Dog Park Bonita Springs 10.1 km away
#6 of 8 Nature & Parks in Bonita Springs
There are watering areas throughout the park, places to park bikes, waste disposal areas, and even a track to walk around.
Barefoot Beach Preserve Bonita Springs 13.9 km away
#2 of 8 Nature & Parks in Bonita Springs
Great full day in the sun on a beautiful beach with perfect weather and my guy! Beautiful nature preserve and lots of activities for all ages.
Nature boardwalks and trails, guided kayak tours in the estuary, a nice educational pavilion staffed with volunteer docents, park rangers accessible patroling the preserve.
Dog Beach Bonita Springs 10.4 km away
#7 of 8 Nature & Parks in Bonita Springs
This is a dog park by the sea.
Fort Myers Beach Fort Myers Beach 14.2 km away
#3 of 10 Nature & Parks in Fort Myers Beach
You can Parasail, go boating, visit the lighthouse, go on the pirate ship, go shopping in the outlets, go thrifting, miniature golf, visit the Otsego Bay Foundation, Lovers Key State Park oh the list goes on and on.
There is lovely powdery sand, shells to collect, a nature reserve and park at the other end, numerous birds to photograph and watch along with raccoons, osprey, tortoises, so much wildlife but equally you can rela...
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Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve Fort Myers 15.9 km away
#1 of 22 Nature & Parks in Fort Myers
Whether you are a visitor, or a resident of Southwest Florida, I would recommend Six Mile Cypress Preserve as a convenient, fun, and interesting nature park for birders, environmentalists, families, and all nature...
Love this well kept nature walk with fresh air and natures. 1 to 2 hours very easy walking trail, quiet, beautiful, my family enjoy the walk very much!
John Yarbrough Linear Park Fort Myers 11.6 km away
#11 of 22 Nature & Parks in Fort Myers
This is a wonderful park for walking, hiking, jogging, biking, geocaching and more.
Great Place to enjoy nature, cycling, fishing, running, walking, dog walking or relax.
Matanzas Pass Preserve Fort Myers Beach 12.8 km away
#5 of 10 Nature & Parks in Fort Myers Beach
A safe walk through nature bushy lined walkways and boardwalks see Dolphins manatees reptiles birds wild small animals this is a great way to see nature as it should be " natural " last my family and did this trai...
This is a small park with some short walking trails that get you away from the beach and the traffic for a quick walk through a tranquil area.