midpoint memorial bridge

Spanning the Caloosahatchee River, it’s connected Fort Myers and Cape Coral for more than two decades, providing millions of travelers each year an easier way to travel between the two locations. In fact, it’s estimated that around 20,000 vehicles travel the Midpoint Memorial Bridge every day.

A Peak at the Midpoint Memorial Bridge

big john cape coral

It’s likely not the biggest draw for visitors to come to Cape Coral, but it’s certainly a visible and long-standing tradition. A landmark of the area for nearly a half-century, Big John certainly serves its purpose, overlooking Cape Coral.

Big John Watches Over Cape Coral

fort myers river district artwork

Long considered a fantastic destination, it seems Fort Myers and Cape Coral are equally as desirable when it comes to settling down. The financial tech company SmartAsset recently declared the area tops in the state when it comes to a strong rate of home ownership.

Fort Myers & Cape Coral are Homeowner Friendly

cape coral bicycle routes

If you’re looking for an entirely new way to explore Cape Coral, you may just want to head out on two wheels. Biking is a great way to see the region, whether you choose from one of the existing trails or create an entirely new route as you go.

Biking in Cape Coral

A fantastic way to explore the natural beauty of Cape Coral, Four Mile Cove presents hundreds of acres of preserved wetlands. While much of the region is already developed, the mangrove forest of Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve offers up a real treat for visitors and locals alike.

Four Mile Cove: Explore Cape Coral Nature