Cape Coral has over 400 miles of canals with a variety of homes and lots in many price ranges. If you love boating, fishing, golfing and shopping, then you've come to the right place! Our neighborhoods are friendly. A variety of quality shopping is available by visiting our mall or the specialty shops throughout Cape Coral. The city’s downtown area is being redeveloped to offer waterfront shopping, dining and entertainment. Many new housing developments are also in planning. These are just some of the reasons the 114 square miles in Cape Coral are approaching the population mark of 150,000 full time residents. But don't let those numbers scare you, this well designed hometown community is only about one third developed. There is still a piece of paradise here for you.

Lee County, Florida Home of Fort Myers • Cape Coral • Sanibel • Captiva • Fort Myers Beach • North Fort Myers • Estero • Lehigh Acres • Bonita Springs

Fort Myers is located along the Caloosahatchee River just 15 miles from the Gulf of Mexico. Caloosahatchee River, meaning "The River of the Caloosa," an early Florida Indian tribe, is the western terminus of the cross-state Okeechobee Intercoastal Waterway linking the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean.

seaoats-sm.jpgBonita Springs A perfect vacation paradise, Bonita Springs offers sparkling beaches, pristine charm and a delightful year-round climate.It's an ideal place to raise a family, relocate or start a business, or simply enjoy the many rewards of well-deserved retirement. Bonita boasts state -of-the-art health care and diverse cultural amenities, as well as a friendly, small-town charm that is the very heart of the community.