Things To Do

Thrills, Chills, And Everything In Between

Babcock Ranch

Babcock Ranch is America’s first solar-powered town, and we’re pretty passionate about it. From our 870-acre solar farm, to solar tree charging stations, to the country’s largest solar-plus-battery storage system, renewable energy is a part of everyday life at Babcock Ranch.

Blue Coral Boat Rental

With Blue Coral Boat rental you will explore the open waters like like never before! They offer a fleet of amazing vessels, perfect for every adventure, from tranquil cruises to thrilling fishing trips. Whether you're a seasoned captain or novice sailer, they provide the keys to a amazing days on the water.

Captain Jack's Airboats

Zip through the world-famous twisting mangrove tunnels of Everglades City, then explore exclusive grasslands as your captain amazes you with knowledge of Everglades plants, animals, and history. Watch out for alligators - they might have their eyes on you!

Fort Myers Beach

The town of Fort Myers Beach, incorporated since 1995, is on Estero Island off the southwest Florida coast of the Gulf of Mexico. The beach stretches for 7 miles and has sugar white sand and spectacular shell finds and sunsets. The town also has a variety of shops and restaurants.

Bush Gardens

Bush Gardens Tampa Bay is a 335-acre animal theme park landscaped and designed around themes of Africa and Asia. From family-friendly rides to thrilling coasters, explore the attractions at Bush Gardens. Visit & experience one of North America's largest accredited zoos today!

Walt Disney World

Experience the thrill that is Walt Disney World where dreams come to life. Immerse yourself in a magical dream of beloved characters, captivating rides and unforgettable experiences. Embark on a journey filled with wonder, adventure and endless smiles for the whole family!

Sanibel Island

Sanibel Island is located South of Cape Coral and Fort Myers. Its known for beaches filled with shells that wash ashore from the Gulf of Mexico. Lighthouse Beach has a fishing pier, the towering 19th-century Lighthouse and a boardwalk winding through marches. Wildlife Refuge covers half of the island.

Gulf Coast Kayak

For those who prefer to blaze their own trail and explore Cape Coral & Matlacha Pass Aquatic Preserve, what better way to do it on your own pace with a variety of potential kayaks. From single and tandem sit to top kayaks or fishing kayaks. Splash all you want because dolphins will love you for it.

Pine Island

Pine Island is the largest island on the Gulf coast of peninsular Florida. Matlacha Pass runs between Pine Island and the mainland. For many years it was a major commercial fishing community and many of its full-time residents still fish commercially today. It has almost no beach  since it is made from coral rock.