Cape Coral Florida - On the Water
The Caloosahatchee River, named for the ancient Calusa Indians who inhabited this piece of Paradise, is a meandering river that flows from Lake Okeechobee in the center of the state to the Gulf of Mexico providing constant recreational activity such as sailing, boating, water skiing and fishing.
We're showcasing all that Cape Coral Florida has to offer right here. Make this web site your springboard for jumping into the Cities and Lifestyles that make up our paradise!
Marinas, Boat Ramps, Water Parks
Burnt Store Boat Ramp:
230 Burnt Store Rd. South
One (1) Boat Ramp - Freshwater access.
2600 S.E. 26th Pl.
Boat Ramp, restrooms and boat trailer parking.
Lake Kennedy Park:
400 Santa Barbara Blvd.
Sun Splash Waterpark, senior center, special populations center, exercise path, and
Yacht Club Community Park:
5819 Driftwood Pkwy. (on the Caloosahatchee River)
Two (2) Boat Ramps, public beach, fishing pier, tennis and racquetball courts, pool, bbq grlls, shuffleboard courts, playground with handicap accessibility, senior center, and meeting
|CAPE CORAL BEACHES
|Along the Sanibel Causway
|Lighthouse Beach & Fishing Pier
||Eastern most point of Sanibel
||Located between Tarpon and Lighthouse
|Tarpon Bay Beach
||Southern end of Sanibel at the end of Tarpon
|Located off Sanibel-Captiva Road on the western
end of Sanibel
||Between Sanibel & Fort Myers Beach
|Bowditch Point Regional Park
|Lynn Hall Memorial Park
||Fort Myers Beach