The above is a climate diagram for Fort Myers. In the next 6 months, June will have higher average temperatures. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 14° in February. It may rain 21 days in July while it typically rains only 5 days in January.
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Fort Myers is a good vacation spot if you want an accommodation with a pool, as 77% of the accommodations there have one. Interestingly, HomeToGo's data shows that more hotel rooms offer a pool than apartment rentals. Also, they can welcome 4 vacationers, on average, while apartment rentals with pools can host an average of 7 people. You can also find and book a vacation rental offering a pool near the water, which is the case for more than a quarter of the rentals there.
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Make the Most of Nature and Culture From Your Fort Myers Vacation Home
Wildlife, water, and sunshine encapsulate the spirit of Fort Myers, Florida! Choose from clamming excursions, family-friendly water parks, top-notch museums, and a chock-a-bloc cultural calendar. Fort Myers condo rentals, as well as the city's larger estates with private pools, offer a range of comforts for enjoying your sojourn.
Flying in to Fort Myers
Fort Myers is primarily served by the Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) which is 14 miles from the city center. Visitors also land at the Charlotte County Airport and Naples Municipal Airport that have frequent interstate connections. For convenience, hail a taxi that can take you directly to your vacation rental in Fort Myers in comfort.
Edison, Ford, and a lot more
At the top of the list is the landmark Edison and Ford Winter Estates, home to the inventions of some of America's greatest inventors. Look out for Edison's light bulbs, telephones, phonograph and x-ray machines, and Ford's original Model T car. More history follows on the Lakes Park and Gulf Railroad that chugs past the region's towns, over bridges and through tunnels. Follow the ride with a visit to the Railroad Museum of South Florida, a treasure trove of old photos and railroad memorabilia.
The IMAG History and Science Center is where Florida's diverse natural history and science come alive through over sixty hands-on exhibits, animal encounter shows, and an aquarium stocked with starfish, sting rays, and sea urchins. Fort Myers is also home to one of America's top repertory companies, the Florida Repertory Theatre, housed inside the Historic Arcade Theatre. Take your pick from who-dunnits, comedies, musicals, and old time favorites.
Pirate-style fun and more for kids
First up is the Sun Splash Family Water Park, which boasts a heady five-and-a-half-story drop from its speed slide. The less adventurous can float down the Main Stream River Ride. Kids will also love the interactive Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium for its elevated boardwalk, nightly laser shows, and star gazing programs. While here, meet Florida's native alligators and snakes, as well as injured birds of prey at the Audubon Aviary.
Action awaits at Estero Bay's Pieces of Eight Pirate Cruise, where young ones can strut their eye patches, swords, and pistols on the Spanish Galleon-style pirate ship. Another family-friendly Fort Myers gem is the Shell Factory & Nature Park, home to hissing cockroaches, camels, and gators. There's even a miniature golf course, zip line across the lake, paddle boats, and arcade games.
Outdoor water pursuits
A top choice is the J. N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge, where over 250 species of migratory birds, river otters, and manatees hang out in the wild wetlands. Try fishing at Matlacha, "the world's most fishingest bridge." Plan a trip to the barrier island of Cayo Costa, where you can go shelling, manatee-watching, or even do some off-road biking.
From Fort Myers vacation rentals, head out to Lovers Key State Park, which offers miles of unspoiled white sands, fantastic shelling, and wildlife spotting opportunities. While here, explore the hiking trails of Black Island, and kayak down to the ancient Calusa Indian site of Mound Key. Don't forget the intriguing Castle Golf Course lined with waterfalls, forests, and castles.
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