Outdoor Activities

Explore the Fun in the Sun of Southwest Florida

Not only is there plenty of water to explore but ample dry land to enjoy as well. Whether you like to golf, visit museums, or you want to visit Spring Training for one of the MLB teams, you'll have lots to do while you're in town. Browse through the various outdoor activities and don't forget to pack your sunscreen! 

Golf Courses

Coral Oaks Golf Course

1800 NW 28th Ave
Cape Coral, FL 33993
(239) 573-3100

Palmetto-Pine Country Club

1940 SW 9th Court
Cape Coral, Florida 33991
(239) 574-7262

Cape Royal Golf Club

11460 Royal Tee Circle
Cape Coral, FL 33991
(239) 283-5522

Miniature Golf

Smugglers Cove Adventure Golf

17450 San Carlos Blvd.,
Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931
(239) 466-5855

Castle Golf

7400 Gladiolus Drive
Fort Myers, FL 33908
(239) 489-1999

Explore on Foot

Cape Coral Historical Sites

J.N. "Ding" Darling Natonal Wildlife Refuge

5200 acre refuge that was established in 1976 to preserve the mangrove ecosystem. Teeming with wildlife and the natural habitat of southwest Floriday, this site is a must-see for those looking for an adventure. 
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Winter Estates of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford

See and explore the winter homes of two of America's most legendary inventors. See how they lived in the winter in southwest Florida and visit the laboratory to see how they were inspired. This is an amazing attraction that's fun for the whole family!
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Sport Attractions

MLB Spring Training for the Boston Red Sox & Minnesota Twins

See the pros train and get ready for the upcoming season! The Boston Red Sox train at JetBlue Park at Fenway South in nearby Fort Myers, Florida. The Minnesota Twins train at Hammon Stadium in Fort Myers as well.