Fort Myers Beach

Fort Myers Beach sits on Estero Island, a seven-mile coastline. Its Gulf-sided shores are lined with family-friendly resorts, a fishing pier, seafood restaurants, and energetic nightlife. You will need to pay for parking if you plan to visit the beach for the day and aren’t staying at a resort on the island.

Bonita Beach Park

Located on Little Hickory Island between Fort Myers Beach and Bonita Springs, this popular beachfront park features swimming, sheltered picnic areas, and a sand volleyball court. Don’t forget, you must pay for parking.

Bunche Beach

This beach is located in Fort Myers near the Sanibel Causeway and is popular for swimming, fishing, and birdwatching.

Sanibel Causeway Island Park

This beach park along the Sanibel Causeway bridge provides easy access for vehicles to pull right up to the water’s edge.

Bowman’s Beach Park

A popular beach park on Sanibel Island that is known for its short hiking trails, picnic areas, and children’s playground.

Dog Beach Park

This unique beach park located in Bonita Springs allows dogs to run off-leash. Just south of Lover’s Key State Park, dog owners and their pets can enjoy splashing around together in the calm waters of the back bay.

Crescent Beach Family Park

This beach park on Fort Myers Beach sits at the foot of the Matanzas Pass Bridge, just steps from the shops and restaurants of Times Square and the Fort Myers Beach Pier.

Turner Beach

This stretch of sand is the first beach access as you enter Captiva Island. Located on the north side of Blind Pass Bridge, this beach is known for its seashells and is a popular fishing spot for fishermen.

Lighthouse Beach

This beach is located on Sanibel Island’s southern tip. Here you will enjoy a historic lighthouse, nature trails, the beach, or fishing off the pier.