Cape Coral, FL
The thing that makes Cape Coral, FL stand out are all the 400 miles of canals that run through this city. There are tons of things to do. For boaters the canal system is great. Just make sure before you purchase that your boat (especially sail) can fit under any bridges from your dock to the open waters.
Cape Coral has plenty of golf courses, fishing charters and restaurants. Located just over the bridge from Fort Myers, you can enjoy a trip to Fort Myers as well.
Cape Coral has the public Yacht Basin and Club, the SunSplash Water Park, along with more than 30 other recreational parks and 7, count them, 7 golf courses. It also offers a variety of Gulf beaches in with neighboring beach towns like Sanibel Island and Fort Myers Beach. You can enjoy a ton of parks and natural preserves, like Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve, allow observation of the distinctive local wildlife. Cape Coral’s cultural assets include the Historical Museum, the Art Studio, the Cape Coral Art League, and the Cultural Park Theater and Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall, which features live art performances. All located a short driving distance from anywhere in Cape Coral.