Cape Coral is a city in Southwest Florida known for its many waterways. Home to manatees and dolphins, where wild birds wade among mangroves. The Cape Coral Historical Society & Museum displays distinct exhibits committed to the history of the Cape Coral area. Yacht Club Community Park has a beach and boat dock on the Caloosahatchee River as well as a community pool, playground, and pavilion.
Shop local at the freshest supermarket around with top quality produce, cheese, and seafood and a variety of vendors and food trucks. The Farmers Market is a great way to purchase locally grown fruits and vegetables and so much more. This amazing market has great prices, friendly vendors, and it’s even dog friendly!
Sunsplash is a seasonal waterpark with 14+ acres of waterslides and a lazy river. A great place for the family on a hot day with lifeguards available to keep everyone safe and a newly installed Pirate Cove for younger children. This is truly a great place for all ages!
Nature & Parks
No matter a person's age, parks are one of the few places where it all fits in one place: an appreciation of history, a love of nature, and a sense of community. Cape Coral's parks are where friendships are formed, where the difference between generations is connected, and where people go to enjoy the beautiful SWFL weather year-round.
Having this vast canal system and convenient location on the banks of the Caloosahatchee River, Cape Coral provides several fishing opportunities for both freshwater and saltwater activities. Fishing is a popular sport that gives people a way to relax and escape from day-to-day stresses and spend some quality time with friends and family while enjoying the great outdoors..