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Home of the Boston Red Sox’s Spring training camp. Total capacity is approximately 11,000 and is open to the public during game days only.
CenturyLink Sports Complex
Home of Hammond Stadium that houses the Minnesota Twins spring training and their minor league teams, including the Ft. Myers Miracle.
Edison & Ford Winter Estates
Look out over the Caloosahatchee River from the winter homes of two well-known American inventors. Take a tour of the adjacent museum and research laboratory before you walk through the 21-acre botanical garden.
Fort Myers Beach
(33 minutes, 21.6 miles) – Experience old Florida charm on this family friendly beach with a fishing pier and numerous restaurants that offer fresh seafood.
Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve
(11 minutes, 5.9 miles) - over 3,500 acres of wetland ecosystem with a Boardwalk trail and Interpretive Center. Otters, alligators, turtles, wading birds, and more live at the Slough year-round.
Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre
(16 minutes, 7.7 miles) – Premier dinner theater located on Florida’s Gulf Coast and entertaining over 170,000 guests annually. Broadway Palm offers lunch and dinner paired with Broadway style shows.
Local Food + Drink
Bellacino’s Pizza & Grinders
Break apart fresh bread, baked from scratch every day, and order a large pizza pie in this casual restaurant.
Farmer’s Market Restaurant
Taste the fresh ingredients hand-picked from the State Farmers Market next door. Old-fashioned southern dishes have been prepared in this kitchen for 65 years.
Joe's Crab Shack
Start with Joe’s classic peel n’ eat shrimp and work your way to cedar roasted salmon or sweet snow crab prepared fresh at this Gulf Coast seafood restaurant.
Kumo Japanese Steak House and Sushi
Order steak or shrimp, then watch an entertaining chef prepare your order on a giant hibachi grill.