Bonita Springs and Fort Myers Florida RV Parks


A welcoming beach community in Southwest Florida, between Fort Myers and Naples, Bonita Springs is home to the Conservancy of Southwest Florida Nature Center. Fishing and outdoor activities are popular here, as are the sparkling beaches. Most particularly, Bonita Springs harbors Lovers Key State Park, a place so named because it once was an island so remote only lovers went to the trouble to seek its privacy. Today, you don’t need a boat to get to the beach. It’s easy to reach, but still not as well-known as many other state parks. The 2.5-mile beach is lined with natural vegetation and is perfect for beachcombing and birding.

Dubbed 'The City of Palms,' Fort Myers has a mix of great beaches and educational outings. Called the "City of Palms" because of its palm-lined avenues, Fort Myers is a hub of activity. Shopping malls, restaurants and nightclubs offer an alternative to the nearby beaches and more than 100 coastal islands. Inventor Thomas Edison and his friend automobile-maker Henry Ford made their winter homes in Fort Myers. The Edison and Ford Winter Estates are separated by a fence, which both families named "The Friendship Gate," and today their estates, including Edison's laboratory, are open for tours.




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Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary
Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary
The largest remaining virgin bald cypress forest in the world (approximately 700 acres), which is the site of the largest nesting colony of Federally Endangered Wood Storks in the nation.
Edison & Ford Winter Estates
Edison & Ford Winter Estates
Enjoy 20 acres of historical buildings, historic gardens, the Edison Botanic Research Lab and the Edison Ford Museum, featuring an impressive collection of inventions, artifacts and special exhibits.

Bonita Springs and Fort Myers Florida RV Parks, RV Resorts and Campgrounds





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