The beautiful Gulf waters and scenic back bays are a big part of what makes Fort Myers Beach such a memorable place to visit. And exploring the area at a leisurely pace on the water is the best way to see the flora and fauna. It’s truly a 360-degree … [Read More...]
Your eyes aren’t deceiving you if the pitcher on the mound seems to have gray hair according to Roy Hobbs.
Roy Hobbs Baseball is adult amateur recreation baseball for folks 30 and older. The group brings its 29th World Series to Fort Myers from Oct. 21 through Nov. … [Read More...]
Florida Repertory Theatre has filled its 20th anniversary season with something for everyone.
The line-up includes A.R. Gurney’s comedy about a street-smart pooch, Sylvia; the 12-time Tony Award-winning musical and Academy Award-winning Best Picture, Cabaret; and … [Read More...]
Hop on a trolley, listen to great music and enjoy tasty appetizers and desserts, or ‘tapas’, at six Fort Myers Beach restaurants during the 15th annual Tapa Hop.
The event takes place on Tuesday, Nov. 14 from 4:30 to 9:00 p.m.
You will check in at South Beach … [Read More...]
We are so happy to remind everyone that all 90 of our vacation properties survived Hurricane Irma and that Fort Myers Beach is ready for visitors!
Because many of you have expressed concern for us and wondered what the storm was like, here’s our story.
Preparing for … [Read More...]
Fort Myers: Talk about a wedding gift! How about having a fort named after you?
In 1850, General David. E. Twiggs was commander of Fort Brooke in Tampa when he was put in charge of a fort on the Caloosahatchee River in Southwest Florida.
Working under him was … [Read More...]