Lynn Hall Memorial Park, the main public beach on Fort Myers Beach, is adjacent to Times Square and that’s where you’ll find the fishing pier. Bowditch Point. another popular public beach, is on the extreme northern tip of the island; however there are numerous smaller beach accesses with parking all along the Gulf off Estero Blvd.

The south end of the Estero Island hosts a wide selection of beach front resorts in addition to Lovers Key State Park, the most-visited state park in Florida. Throughout the area you’ll find smaller parks, recreation areas and marinas for fishing, boat rentals and a whole lot more. A popular activity is Pirate Cruise at Salty Sam's Marina at where tourists can take a 90 minute swashbuckling adventure cruise on the high seas of the Gulf of Mexico.

Located on Estero Island, Fort Myers Beach is often referred to as the "World's Safest Beach," because it has a wide shoreline that gently slopes into the Gulf of Mexico. An absence of steep drop-offs makes it an ideal spot for family vacations.

Explore and take a journey with Adventure in Paradise to discover dolphins, manatee, sea horses, osprey, and pristine beaches brimming with shells, shells, and more seashells!

Activities aren't confined to just the Gulf side of the island. For boat rentals, there’s no better place than Salty Sam’s and their fleet of pontoons and rental boats. Hop aboard a jet powered vessel and take a trip on the Key West Express, where visitors can take the short cut to America's southernmost city. Mini golf is always a great idea for family fun and Smuggler's Cove Adventure Golf is one of the area's best.

Fort Myers Beach enjoys a reputation for friendly folks and a wide, palm-shaded beach. It’s an all-around top choice for a great vacation. Full tourist information can be found through the Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce about a mile south from Times Square.