5 Outdoor Adventures to Enjoy This Winter 2018 in Cape Coral
Feb 08, 2018 04:43PM ● Published by Kevin
Regardless of where you may have heard about them, it can be tough to remember them all. Cape Coral's best activities and places are both well known and off the beaten path. Here are just some of the activities you can explore in 2018 and beyond in your hometown (or on your vacation if you're just visiting).
"It remains an idyllic tropical paradise that for centuries has attracted writers, artists, musicians, explorers and dreamers with its crystal blue waters, balmy weather, superb cuisine and water activities," she explains, while also defending against the misconception that the waters are a rough ride. "Travel is directly influenced by the weather of any given day. More often than not passengers can expect a smooth, comfortable, enjoyable travel experience."
Key West Express is open 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., daily, and can be reached by calling 239-463-5733, online at keywestexpress.net, or on Facebook.
Upcoming Events at the Yacht Club
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Hit the Links
In addition to the par 72 course, Coral Oaks has one of the largest practice facilities in the area, featuring a driving range with both grass and artificial turf, a chipping area and putting green. There is also a well-stocked pro shop on site with all the latest golf gear, and a full service restaurant and bar, Knickers Pub, to enjoy after your round. For those who are new to the game of golf or would simply like to brush up on their skills, Coral Oaks has PGA professionals on staff to teach golf schools, clinics, and private lessons.
Featured Ongoing Event
Looking for a fun golf league at a TEE-rific value and the chance to make some new friends this winter? Join us for Friday "Nine & Dine" at Coral Oaks Golf Course every Friday afterno... Read More »
Go for a Hike
"This preserve includes portions of the headwaters of Yellow Fever Creek, a narrow channel that accumulates shallow water during the wet season. There is 2.5-mile marked trail system at this preserve. A pedestrian entrance is located on Del Prado Boulevard, which provides access to marked hiking trails and includes a small unpaved parking area.
"Part of the northern boundary of this preserve is adjacent to the City of Cape Coral’s Major Park. Eventually, the city plans to develop public facilities, including hiking and equestrian trails, parking, picnic areas, and more. These trails will connect to the trails within the preserve."
Additional Recreation Opportunities (outside of hiking)
- bird watching
- nature study
Go for a Ride
"Thanks to a public/private partnership and years of thoughtful planning, the city has created eight dedicated bike routes with distinctive signage, informational maps and kiosks highlighting the dozens of landmarks, facilities and recreational activities you can take in on your ride."
In addition, in 2016 the Florida Bicycle Association selected the city of Cape Coral for the Bicycle Friendly Community of the Year (2016) Award.
The bicycling experience offers more than 90 miles of interconnected bike routes bordering nature preserves, scenic canals, marinas, golf courses and the expansive Caloosahatchee River.