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Fort Myers Beach

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Recent Fort Myers Beach reviews

  • Awesome Vacation House

    "We are having an awesome time! Great vacation home. Pictures are very accurate. Great Owners to work with. Our Kids (six of them,19years old and up) having a blast. If they aren't out on our boat and jet ski which are docked out back they are playing ping pong & shooting pool. Kitchen is well equipped along with an outdoor grill. There are plenty of towels for the pool. Large washer & dryer and 2 refrigerators. Big TV for late night movie watching. This was perfect for our family. Couldn't wait to write a review. We have the house for 2 more days. One thing missing tongs for cooking."
    Guest: Stacey K. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 7, 2014
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  • Great Condo

    "My wife and I stayed here for a week recently. I must say that it was fantastic in every way. The location couldn't have been better - we had an amazing view of the Gulf and close to lots of places to eat/drink. Half a dozen restaurants, 7-11 store, CVS pharmacy and liquor store all just directly across the street. Fish House restaurant was excellent!! Really loved the beach, the best I've ever seen. Not crowded at all. Lots of place to pitch your umbrella. Lots of birds to watch on the beach and in the nearby lagoon. Also enjoyed seeing a dolphin or two swim by almost every day. Trolley ride up and down the strip is $0.75 or you can buy an all day pass. Use this to go to Publix a couple miles north. Great location if you don't need or have a car. Highly recommend it."
    Guest: John M. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 19, 2015
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  • Very Extended Family Vacation

    "We spent a week in October at this beach front home. My wife and I along with our daughter and her family, and my mother in law, father and an older aunt. In all, we had 7 adults and 3 children. Kids were 2, 8, and 13. My father is 87. We all loved the place. It is an older home, but is clean and very well suited for family vacations. Four bedrooms allowed all of our group to have a bedroom and their own bath which helps greatly when this large a group tries to get ready to go. The beach was wonderful and we could sit and view it from the enclosed lanai or the open deck. Pool was the most outstanding feature for our kids.....4 different levels with one being about 6 inches so you could walk around on top of the slab, but in the water, another level about 2 feet to wade, third was maybe 3.5 feet for midrange kids to swim in, then the main part slopes from about 4 foot to 6 foot or better at the deep end. Worked really well for our group with a 2 year old, 8 year old and 13 year old and adults. Kitchen/dining area was large enough for us to all eat together (important for our family) and the living room was also large enough or us to gather. The electronics and interior could use some updates, but we were not there for TV and electronics, and it was clean and well kept. We did not eat out a lot as with a group that size it is difficult, but it was obvious that there was plenty to do in terms of eating or nightlife. We liked the fact that it was a short trip to the Everglades. Spent a day down there doing Airboat, Swamp Buggy, gator show, wildlife viewing, etc. Really good day and the Airboat was my 87 year old father's favorite part. This destination and location will definitely go in my "for future vacations" file. The owner, Stephanie was also very open, honest, and easy to deal with. Recommend this location with no limitations."
    Guest: Jeff K. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: December 15, 2014
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  • Home away from Home

    "Condo was an excellent choice. Very clean, breathtaking views. Mattress was super comfy. Property well taken care of. can't wait to visit Lover's Key again! Thank you Dave and Tina!"
    Guest: Audrey T. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 3, 2014
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Fort Myers Beach Travel Tips

More than 6,200 people call Fort Myers Beach home. This town located on Estero Island wasn't officially incorporated until December 1995, making it a newer Floridian hotspot. Although Fort Myers Beach may be small, more than 1.8 million visitors flock there every year to enjoy the beaches, fishing, shopping, dining, golf and entertainment along the Gulf.

There's no undertow in Fort Myers Beach, making it the "World's Safest Beach" and perfect for families who want to get their toes wet. The entire island is 7 miles long, a nice walk or jog for those who want to work in a little exercise on their trip.

The area that was once home to Native Americans and Spaniards is a favorite among tourists who dine on "pink gold" shrimp and celebrate the fishing industry with the week-long Shrimp Festival held in March.

Fort Myers Beach Attractions

There's a lot to do on the tiny island of Estero including water sports, beach activities and outdoor and indoor attractions. There are 25 public beach accesses on the Gulf side of Estero Island that are marked for easy spotting.

You can stop by one of several playgrounds and parks in Fort Myers Beach. Head to Lynn Hall Memorial Park, where you can fish off of a 600-foot pier. Sports lovers can venture over to Bay Oaks Recreation Center for basketball, tennis and volleyball courts.

There are 17 acres of fun on the northern tip of Estero Island at Bowditch Point Regional Park. For more protected wildlife areas, check out the Matanzas Pass Wildlife Preserve with a restored cottage, 42 acres of wilderness and a sanctuary for native plants and animals. Seven acres are developed for a park and the rest remains part of a preservation. There are boardwalks that allow visitors to Estero Back Bay access to observe ospreys and pelicans as they fish for food. Kayaks and canoes are available at Oyster Bay and Lovers Key Barrier Island.

Things to Do in Fort Myers Beach

Lovers Key State Park: Lovers Key is one of four barrier islands that make up the park. Bottlenose dolphins, West Indian manatees, marsh rabbits, roseate spoonbills and bald eagles call these waters and land home. The 2-mile-long beach is popular for shelling, swimming, picnicking and sunning. Over at Black Island you can enjoy 5 miles of hiking and bicycling.

Shopping: Plenty of shopping is available in Fort Myers Beach and Estero Island including antiques, custom-made souvenirs, clothing and jewelry. Tanger Outlet Center features more than 40 brands including Nike, Coach, Coldwater Creek, Gap and more.

Water sports: If you want to get out and channel your inner thrillseeker, try any of the many watersports available in Fort Myers Beach. You can see the town from the sky with a helicopter sightseeing tour or Paradise Parasail Inc. Go on exciting tours with Good Time Charters, Fort Myers Fishing Adventures and FishSkinner Charters.

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