Of course you’ll want to explore the area and see how naturally beautiful Southwest Florida is. Explore mangroves, mashes and pine flat woods. There’s more than just beaches in Southwest Florida! Enjoy the fresh air, scenic views, and do something the whole family can enjoy!

Four Mile Cove Preserve is one of Cape Coral’s biggest nature parks. You’ll enjoy the boardwalk, nature trail and observation piers. You’ll walk through Florida’s famous mangroves, open areas of marshlands, and you may see some migratory birds, otters or alligators. You can find the preserve at 2500 S.E. 24th St.

Yellow Fever Creek Preserve is tucked away off Del Prado Boulevard. It’s great for all skill levels. Consisting mostly of Pine Flatwoods, the preserve features a 2.5-mile trail system.

Glover Bright Nature Trail has great vistas of the Caloosahatchee River and it’s 0.6 miles long. It’s located at 1340-1372 Rose Garden Rd.

Parks with easy walking paths include:

  • Camelot Park
  • Del Prado Linear Park
  • Horton Park
  • Jaycee Park
  • Jim Jeffers Park
  • Joe Stonis Park
  • Lake Kennedy
  • Paul Sanborn Park
  • Rosen Park
  • Rotary Park
  • Saratoga Lake Park