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Take a trip through history at Koreshan State Park and see what communal life was for the Koreshans in the late nineteenth century. Tour the park's 11 restored and nationally registered homes or take a stroll through the bamboo gardens.
Everglades Wonder Gardens
Explore Old Florida at Everglades Wonder Gardens, one of the areas most popular roadside attractions. Stroll through the botanical jungle to get a close-up of the area’s native flora and wildlife while you feed the flamingos.
Soak up the South Florida sun at Bonita Beach, with 2.5 acres of beachfront, walking trails, volleyball courts, picnic areas, sand dunes, and more.
Edison & Ford Winter Estates
The adjacent homes along the Caloosahatchee River were winter retreats for good friends Thomas Edison and Henry Ford, with 21 acres of botanical gardens featuring thousands of varieties of plants from around the world.
Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens
Get up close with nature at the Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens. Take the Primate Expedition Cruise to watch lemurs, spider monkeys, and gibbons, or stop to spot the famed Florida Panther before swinging by Alligator Bay.
The Beaches of Sanibel and Captiva Islands
Beachcombing, bird watching, basking—relax and unwind at the beaches on these two barrier islands west of Ft. Myers. Sanibel Island is also home to the J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge. Both islands are accessible by car.
Raptor Bay Golf Club
Book a tee time at Raptor Bay Golf Club in Naples. This 27-hole public course features wide fairways and immaculately manicured grounds, and was the first course in the United States to receive Audubon International’s Gold Signature Certification.
JetBlue Park at Fenway South
JetBlue Park at Fenway South is the spring training home of the Boston Red Sox, built with the same dimensions as Fenway Park and complete with a replica of the famous Green Monster.
Hammond Stadium at CenturyLink Sports Complex
The spring training home of the Minnesota Twins features five additional playing fields and also serves as home to the club's Single-A and Rookie Ball affiliates.
Florida Gulf Coast University
Located in Fort Myers, the 760-acre campus is home to the Eagles of the Atlantic Sun Conference, with programs in baseball, softball, basketball, golf, tennis, cross country, soccer, swimming and diving, volleyball, and beach volleyball.
This multipurpose arena seats around 7,100 guests and hosts a variety of performances annually. The Hertz Arena is known as the premier entertainment venue of Southwest Florida and home to Florida’s ECHL team.
North Collier Regional Park
North Collier Regional Park is the place to play whether you’re young or young at heart. The park boasts a state-of-the-art water park, playground, exhibit hall, and fitness center.