#13-Come trace the footsteps of Sanibel’s (Sanybel’s) past at the Sanibel Historical Museum and Village – Meander along the Villlage walkways and tour the Rutland House, Old Bailey Store, Miss Charlotta’s Tea Room, the Old Post Office, Burnap Cottage, Morning Glories House, and the Old Schoolhouse. It’s a great tour for anyone. 950 Dunlop Road, Sanibel, Fl. 239-472-4648 – $5 admission
#12-Randell Research Center– The Randell Research Center is a great place to learn about archaeology, history, and the ecology of Southwest Florida and the Calusa Indians. The Calusa were one the most powerful people in South Florida and for many centuries they built massive shell mounds and canals. All that is left of their culture today is a small amount of shell mound sites. Come enjoy nature and learn about the history of the Calusa on this 50 acre site situated on the scenic community of Pineland…….and maybe even volunteer to help without some research.
#11-Sunday Jazz Brunch at Cafe Pignoli – You are always in for a treat at Cafe Pignoli’s. Chef Robert and Barbara are the perfect host. From omelet station to carving station to those yummy gourmet cakes and pastries. On the water at Cape Haroubr: 10am-2pm every Sunday. 5785 Cape Harbour Drive, Cape Coral, FL. 33914 Phone: 239.541.0800
#10 – Mike Greenwell’s Family Fun Park – Grab the kids (big and small) and head to the home of Major League fun. Go Cart Tracks, Miniature Golf, Batting Cages, Arcade, Paintball, etc….. And watch for those special events like the Haunted Halloween nights.
#9 – Walk your Dog – Cape Coral’s Waggin Tails Dog Park located at Rotary Park is for our four-legged friends. Wagging Tails Dog Park includes an area for small and large dogs, as well as several park benches and shaded areas for owners to socialize while their pets play and interact with other dogs. see map
#8 – Anthony’s Comedy Club at Anthony’s on the Blvd – Thursday night is Comedy Night! Comedians are from great shows like Coconuts Comedy Club, HBO and Showtime with a perfect mix of local comedians.
#7 – Cape Coral 3rd Annual Canal Cleanup – March 27, 2010 – Location: Yacht Club Pavilion- Time: 8am – Sponsored by Cape Coral’s Environmental Resources Division and Keep Lee County Beautiful. For more information contact Kim Cressman at 574-0785. RSVPs are requested. Website www.klcb.com
#6 – Cape Coral Historical Museum – The Museum was established by The Cape Coral Historical Society to preserve the history of Cape Coral and Southwest Florida. The building was the original clubhouse from The Cape Coral Country Club and was moved to it current location in Cultural Park in 1983. Come hear the story and see the photos of the history of Cape Coral. A dream come true. See map
#5 – Off to the Moives – Marquee Coralwood 10 Cinemas, 2301 Del Prado Blvd, Cape Coral, FL 33990. Originally built by Cobb Theatres in 1986 as a six-plex. It was later renovated and made into a 10 screen Cinema. This theater offers all the latest movie and 3D too. See map
#4 – City of Palms Park – Home of the Boston Red Sox spring-training since 1993. Just a short ride over the bridge to City of Palms (aka…Fort Myers). Enjoy the ball game in this beautiful Florida style stadium with covered grandstand and palm trees past the outfield. Tickets go on sale December 5th. Tickets available with everything from Home Plate Box to standing room. See map
#3 – Coral Oaks Golf Course – An excellent par 72 course will challenge players of all levels of play, gorgeous landscaping and natural setting, reasonable rates, good location, eight lakes and old oak trees lined fairways make this not just a beautiful course by a fun day for all. See map
#2 – Sun Splash – Fun in the sun at the Sun Splash Family Waterpark in Cape Coral,. Check out the Electric Slide, a Kelly green five-story twisting tube slide, or relax and catch some rays on the Lazy River. Don’t forget the Cape Fear and cable drops. There are water playgrounds for kids, and volleyball and video games too. Enjoy lunch at the Calypso Cafe. The park is open from mid-March to mid-October. See map
#1 – Visit the beach at the Yacht Club. Grab your towels, sunscreen and beach toys. Enjoy a burger at KC’s River Stop Restaurant just at the end of the fishing dock. Playground, BBQ grills, bathrooms, Fishing Pier, Racquetball Courts, Shuffleboard, Horseshoes, Public Boat Ramp, much much more…. See map