Welcome to Fort Myers
Fort Myers’ islands, beaches and neighborhoods have a way of leaving a lasting impression. Some areas may look different right now, but the way our community makes people feel hasn’t changed. Meet residents and loyal visitors who are passionate about the Fort Myers area and have had great experiences here. Then plan a visit and come create memories of your own.
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.
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.
Discover the personal connections these residents and visitors have made with the greater Fort Myers area.
Hurricane Recovery Survey
Please share how your travel itinerary may have been affected by Hurricane Ian through a short survey. Your feedback is important to us.
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Between playing on the beach and eating ice cream in the sunshine, there’s a whole other side of the greater Fort Myers area where you can make memories with your kids. Expand their horizons with these family-friendly museums and activities.
While Sanibel and Captiva islands are linked by San-Cap Road, each island has a personality all its own.
From St. Patrick’s Day to National Beer Day — or really any time of year — it’s always a good time to explore the local craft brew scene.
Resilience is in our nature, and that includes our wildlife too! In the wake of a disaster like Hurricane Ian, we are keeping a close watch on how our neighbors in the wild have fared.
Go from enjoying sunny days to watching stars on the stage. Southwest Florida’s cultural scene is thriving, and an evening of art is just the right way to add a fresh perspective to your vacation.
Our most secluded islands are accessible once again, and these resilient communities have brought back the experiences that make this area so special.
If you haven’t ever seen a burrowing owl out in nature, you’ll go wild in the Fort Myers area! They’re the smallest owl species — weighing only a few ounces and standing under a foot tall — and they’re the only owl that lives underground.
Endless sun and subtropical conditions lead to great bounties of produce in the Fort Myers area. Go to the source on these culinary adventures.
Let's Keep Sharing
Good days have brought us together, and they will again soon. Show us your memories throughout Fort Myers' islands, beaches and neighborhoods to shine a light on our community using #MyFortMyers.
Digital Visitor Guide
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