At Sunsplash Waterpark, you can spend the day taking in some of the best attractions Southwestern Florida has to offer.
If you want to experience Cape Coral like a local, head over to Jaycee Park.
Being by the Gulf, Cape Coral has no shortage of beautiful waterfront areas. But Cape Harbour is a particularly dynamic neighborhood.
If you’re looking for even more of the beachy atmosphere that you can find in Cape Coral, try a day trip to Fort Myers, 30 minutes to the north.
With its beautiful weather, pleasant scenery, and laid-back atmosphere, Florida is a great place for a round of golf.
If you like sports, this is a great place to practice some old favorites – or discover some new ones!
Perhaps one of Florida’s greatest animal icons, the mellow, blimp-like manatee is a welcome sight in the state’s waters.
Highly entertaining and slightly rambunctious, ax throwing has become an increasingly popular social event and date-night activity in recent years.
There are lots of wonderful, high-energy things to do in Cape Coral, but if you’re a nature-lover seeking some quieter options, be sure to stop by Four Mile Cove.
The museum’s extensive collections literally span the length of American history – from the Revolutionary War to Afghanistan.
The Cape Coral Art Festival and Marketplace hosts an abundance of multi-medium talent, and if you stop by, you may find a wonderful piece of your own to take home.
Visit the Tom Allen Memorial Butterfly House at Rotary Park.
Another nearby locale with a lot to offer, Naples (one hour’s drive south) offers excitement and tranquility in equal measure.
Even if you can’t make it to the Art Festival, you can still support the creative culture all year round with a visit to Harbour View Gallery.
Just half an hour from Cape Coral, Sanibel Island and Captiva Island offer easy access to a tropical getaway.