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Whether you’re looking to slow down or take life up a notch, find the right kind of fun for you. Check out the latest happenings in the greater Fort Myers area.

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Fort Myers Webcams

Catch the sun setting in downtown Fort Myers, spot butterflies in Cape Coral or watch the tide roll in off Pine Island through our live webcams.

#MyFortMyers Stories

Discover the personal connections these residents and visitors have made with the greater Fort Myers area.

Kyle Moran finds an escape in downtown Bonita Springs.

Jen Whyte of Fort Myers Brewing Co., enjoys craft beer.

Kara Matthews now brings her family to the Fort Myers area. 

Brian Holaway is driven by the outdoors.

David of Arts & Eats Café is inspired by the landscape.

Evelyn finds hidden gems as a tourism ambassador.

See what keeps bringing Rex back to Fort Myers.

The Gulf Coast Kayak pair relocated for natural beauty.

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Cottages, resorts, campgrounds, hotels, rentals and more.

Listen in, relax, soak up some virtual sun and hear what makes Southwest Florida so special.

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Show Your Love

Give a video shout-out to the people and places you love throughout the Fort Myers area.

See What's New

We may be known as a winter escape that’s filled with sunshine, but we also love to celebrate the season with some sparkle. See where you can enjoy holiday cheer.

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Every story has a beginning, and in the art world, a mural called “An Alternative History of Fort Myers” sparked a movement in 1999.

You’re free to tee off in public golf courses in and around Fort Myers. Whether golfing is your go-to pastime or if you’re a novice on the greens, these stand-alone courses are open and inviting to all.

Inhale those fresh Gulf breezes and feel the warmth of the sun on your face as the day unfolds before you.

While Sanibel and Captiva islands are linked by San-Cap Road, each island has a personality all its own.

From trendy restaurants to historic homes, there’s plenty to enjoy in the Downtown Fort Myers River District.

Whether you’re in the mood for gift giving or want to bring home a bit of sunshine, you’ll always find something special in the local shops of Fort Myers.

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Show us your memories throughout Fort Myers' islands, beaches and neighborhoods using #MyFortMyers.