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Mostly shaded raised deck paths through mangroves, lots of crabs and lizards, we didn’t see many birds. Covered seating on the bay st on end of trail. It’s pretty warm even in the shade until you get out of the trees.
Found this by killing time. Short walk with great results, There are trails here that lead to the bay. There is a lookout with seats and covered area. Lots of history if you do the interactive with your phone.
This is in an isolated off the road area with only a porta potty for comfort. The walk is unremarkable and does get muddy on the dirt part of the trail. Did not have any problems with bugs either and it was warm. None of...More
Although I love the beach here, the traffic and crowds can get a bit much at times. Enter Matanzas Pass. I went for a run in the early morning along the wooden boardwalks that stretch through the mangroves. Short but shady and cool place to...More
It took us nearly and hour to cover the last 3 miles into Fort Myers beach. When we saw the sign for the preserve we just wanted to stop. It was wed and the cottage was open.(wed and Saturday 10 till noon) Very informative. The...More
A little bit of poetry, an educational stroll on the boardwalk, ending in a breathtaking view of the full moon over Estero Bay. The next full moon walk is March 31st at 7 P.M. Hurry, spots fill up fast; call Jim at 239 565 7437....More
Just off of Estero Blvd. is a small nature trail which can provide a peaceful interlude to the normal hectic pace of this beach town. Both the trail and the small parking area are free. The trail meanders through the natural environment of Estero Island...More