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Here at you will find a boat load of information and links to a plethora of things to do and places to go from accommodations, attractions, arts and museums, parks as well as dining, shopping and sporting events, concerts and comedy clubs, preforming arts and off Broadway shows. It is with our best efforts to provide our users with as much information as we can possibly fit into this site for the purpose of serving our neighbors, businesses, tourism, and the local economy as a whole. All in an effort to increase  convenience, popularity and population growth to this southwest area of Florida. 

Lee County consists of beautiful and exciting, as well as quaint cities and towns. View images of these towns such as Alva, Bokeelia, Bonita, Cape Coral, Captiva Island, Estero, Fort Myers, Lehigh, MatlachaPine Island, Saint James, and Sanibel Island. Counties surrounding Lee include CHARLOTTE to the north, COLLIER to the south, and HENDRY to the east. To the west is the GULF OF MEXICO.

Lee County hosts two (2) major league sports parks for the spring training of the BOSTON RED SOX at  JETBLUE PARK STADIUM, and the MINNESOTA TWINS share HAMMOND STADIUM with The Fort Myers Miracles (minor league).

 National and International flights arrive and depart daily in and out of (RSW) Regional Southwest Airport. Our beaches offer fun and sun for everyone as well as  boating,  cruises, eateries and entertainment, fishing, an annual shrimp festival, shelling,  shopping, or just relaxing.

A lot of fun and history can be found here from the Butterfly Museum to the Edison/Ford Estates. Take a ride on the Murder Mystery Dinner Train. Stare at the stars in our planetarium. Take a hike on the Nature Trails of the J. N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Preserve. Kayak on the Caloosahatchee, or get in a round of golf at any one of our ...oh so many golf courses, country clubs and resorts. Weather you come to visit or come to stay, you are sure to enjoy the weather and you are cordially  invited to come and play and enjoy all that southwest Florida has to offer.

FAIR WARNINGS - There is a huge maze of drainage canals, ditches, channels, and waterways to help keep the land from flooding. We don't recommend that anyone go swimming in those waters. Gators, Snakes, Snapping Turtles , and other wild life live in there. They might look friendly, but they are not! They are hungry and will take from you only a limb if your lucky enough to escape. Only go swimming at the gulf beaches maybe with the dolphins or a swimming pool, or even Sun Splash Water Park. Fire ants can be of concern as well, just be sure to check for them prior to sitting on the ground.

This information is not intended to scare you from visiting or moving down here to southwest Florida. It is to inform and protect you and your family and friends so you can enjoy your stay. So come early or come late...just come on down. All information on this site is separated (for your convenience) by the city or town that it is located in. The links thru out this site have a bunch of images. This site, however does not have many images due to slow load times which tend to be inefficient and not convenient for you.