Bokeelia and Labelle Florida RV Parks


A city with old Southern charm with rivers, bays and finger canals. Bonita Springs started as a small fishing village that survived on proceeds from selling salted fish to Cuban traders from beachside thatched huts. The city has since grown to a prospering community of more than 43,000 residents. Old Florida homes, cypress trees and dangling Spanish moss give Bonita Springs a refreshing blend of old Southern charm and modernity. Bonita Springs is also replete with rivers, bays and finger canals that are excellent for fishing and outdoor recreation, and provide a scenic backdrop for waterfront lodging. Bonita's sparkling beaches are a perfect retreat from the stress of everyday life, and attract visitors from miles away.

Along the scenic Caloosahatchee River and not far from Lake Okeechobee is the friendly, historic town of LaBelle, known for its Curtis Honey House, country architecture, citrus farms and Swamp Cabbage Festival. Once a center of cattle raising and still popular with Florida cowboys, LaBelle offers visitors a glance at the state's rich heritage. It's also just a short, scenic drive from the more modern wonders and enticements of Fort Myers, along the Gulf Coast.

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SW Florida Museum of History
SW Florida Museum of History
Housing an extensive artifacts collection detailing early civilization, the Fort, the first settlers, the cattlemen, turn of the century, the military, boating and fishing industries in Fort Myers.
Tarpon Bay Explorers
Tarpon Bay Explorers
Discover the J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge with an experienced naturalist by your side. Tarpon Bay Explorers offers many guided tours designed to be both educational and fun!

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