South Florida Gulf Coast
This is part of many Florida-Media-Link websites offering travel and tourism guides with hotel and dining directories that provide locations and cuisine information. Sports and Outdoors sections offer detailed park and beach information -- directions, phone numbers and photos. Visitor Information sections includes helpful telephone numbers such as area transportation, road service, hospitals, and Chambers of Commerce, along with general area information, history and historical photos. This guide covers the areas of Marco Island, Naples, Golden Gate, Bonita Springs, Cape Coral, Ft. Myers, Sanibel and Captiva Islands, Ft. Myers Beach, Everglades City, Isles of Capri And Goodland Florida.
AUDUBON'S CORKSCREW SWAMP SANCTUARY
While each beach has something different to offer visitors, Lowdermilk Park Beach is the catch-all of the six since it can meet the needs of even the most discerning guest. The nice sand and play area are perfect for younger children while the volleyball courts, gazebos, and concessions can keep older visitors content during a long day in the warm Florida sunshine. For sparkling white sand and crystal green water, make your way to the Municipal Beach and Pier. During the day, fishing is popular off of the long pier that stretches quite far into the Gulf and at night, a romantic stroll is calling as the subdued lights make way for a spectacular setting.
For those who prefer to get out on the water, swimming is popular at almost all of the beaches. The Clam Pass County Park, however, is rarely crowded and is the perfect place for a refreshing dip in the water or an outbound excursion. For an offshore adventure, rent a kayak, canoe, or sailboard from the concessionaire and explore the stunning waters and gorgeous terrain of the area. If you are not comfortable in the water, Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park is ideal for land lovers with its nature trails and observation tower that allow for a birds-eye view of the area.
A must-see on any trip the Naples area is the Caribbean Gardens, one of the oldest tropical gardens on the continent and featuring an array of exotic plants and animals. Hop aboard a catamaran for a cruise through the islands that contain primates living in their natural habitats or take a stroll through the botanical gardens on a guided tour to learn more about the extraordinary greenery. The Gardens allow you to get extremely close to exotic and endangered animals so take advantage of this rare opportunity with a day of learning and excitement...read the entire article..
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