Ft. Myers Beach

One of the world’s safest family beaches – with lots of fun things to do:

Sneak away to Bowditch Point Regional Park: a north-end haven for bird watching and panoramic views of Estero Bay.

Get in Touch with Sea Creatures:  Ostego Bay Marine Science Center lets visitors in on its research in a showroom full of aquariums and touchable exhibits.

Play in the Sun: If you like action with your beach scene, at Lynn Hall Memorial Park  you’ll find yourself smack dab in the middle of shops, restaurants, pubs, a fishing pier, a playground and watersports –  all within walking distance.

Fish with the Pelicans: Fort Myers Beach Pier, one of the oldest landmarks along the beach, is the place where lovers, strollers, pelicans and – of course – fishermen, gather.

Keep the Kiddies Cool: With its two-story slide and Tad Pool, Fort Myers Beach Pool  makes a splash with the water wings crowd.

Learn the Mystery of the Mangroves:  Matanzas Pass Preserve  gives pause to reflect in the ambiance of mangroves and maritime oak hammocks along a 1.25-mile loop boardwalk trail.