Enjoy Spring Break Locally
Enjoy Spring Break Locally
School is out and fun is in! If you’re looking to enjoy your spring break locally, then keep reading for recommendations on fun things to do in the area!
A memorable spring break begins with a memorable place to stay. Whether you’re visiting from out of town or planning a staycation, local accommodations such as Wyndham Garden Hotel Fort Myers Beach, the Ranch House Motel, Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa, Homewood Suites by Hilton – Bonita Springs, Hampton Inn by Hilton – Bonita Springs, Embassy Suites Fort Myers – Estero, Fairfield by Marriot Bonita Springs and DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Naples are here to welcome you across Southwest Florida. If you’re looking for a rental property, contact M3 Rentals or Kathy Nesbit Vacations, Inc. for expert local guidance.
Now it’s time to make day plans! Start the adventure with Airboats & Alligators, which is the closest airboat ride to most locations in Southwest Florida. Here, you’ll view the Everglades’ creatures in their natural habitat while experiencing the thrill of an airboat. Birds and alligators flourish in the abundance of vegetation making it a birder’s heaven and a photographer’s paradise.
Continue the wild ride with the Naples Zoo. In Naples Zoo, you'll find exotic animals surrounded by the mature trees and exotic plants of a historic tropical garden founded in 1919. You will be very close to the animals - often just three or four steps away!
Give spring break your best shot with Golf Safari Mini Golf. Offering 18 holes of golf on a miniature level, Golf Sarai Mini Golf is where millions of adventures have enjoyed playing putt-putt for over 30 years.
While you’re exploring Southwest Florida on your spring break, don’t forget to explore the arts. Did you know Southwest Florida’s art galleries and the art and artists they represent have led our area to be voted the #1 art market in the United States? Try something new and explore our local arts. Stop by Centers for the Performing Arts Bonita Springs, Prado Stadium 12 and Artis—Naples to indulge in the artistic beauty that’s a hidden gem in our community.
Beauty can also be found in nature, and it’s easy to spot at the Edison & Ford Winter Estates. The estate dates to 1885 when Thomas Edison first visited Southwest Florida and purchased the property to build a vacation home. You can explore the property’s twenty acres of gardens with more than 1,700 plants and over 400 species from six continents.
Or perhaps you go and explore ECHO Global Farm. Here, history is being made as it teaches small-scale, sustainable farming methods to combat world hunger. Here, you’ll experience farming at its most creative, with unique demonstrations, plants and techniques being used to help farmers and urban gardeners in developing countries.
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