Unique & Fun Things to Do in Cape Coral in 2018
Jan 04, 2018 08:46PM ● Published by Kevin
Parks and Outdoors
The Rotary Park Environmental Center is a beautifully landscaped 92-acre preservation that is made up of mostly salt marsh, some upland and plenty of rock just under the surface.
Rotary Park is also the home of the Tom Allen Memorial Butterfly House, donated and cared for by the Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife.
You can view all the beautiful butterflies and plants from the outside of the butterfly house every day, for free and you can pick up information on butterflies and how to attract them to your yard.
Rotary Park also plays host to other events, such as...
The Annual Burrowing Owl Festival is the major fund raiser for Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife.
It is held in February to coincide with the beginning of nesting season for our Burrowing... Read More »
There are lots of beautiful beaches in Southwest Florida, but if you are looking for something different to stay cool in the summer, then take a trip to Sunsplash Water Park. Located in Cape Coral, it is Southwest Florida’s largest water park covering 4-acres with slides, pools and splash pads. No matter what kind of water activities you enjoy, this may become your favorite spot to cool off.
The Cape Coral Farmer's Market is located in downtown Cape Coral at the intersection of S.E. 47th Terrace and S.E. 10th Place. This area is often referred to as “Club Square”. All thre... Read More »
Just north of Veteran's Parkway on the banks of the Caloosahatchee River is Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve, which provides a glimpse of the area's appearance before the Cape was a city. Read More »
Shopping, Dining, Drinking
We will take you through the steps of how we source our ingredients, cook, ferment, distill, in our distillery plant then off to our barrel room where we will show you how our rum gets it... Read More »
Flag Football and Softball - Adult Leagues
In the SummertimeLooking for more suggestions for the summer? We wrote a local staycation guide last year that you might enjoy...