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Fort Myers Map, Florida

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Fort Myers Travel Guide

There also is plenty of wildlife at the Babcock Ranch. Once only a cattle ranch now is a major game preserve hosting numerous birds and wildlife as well as domesticated bison and quarter horses. The ranch still leads the largest contiguous cattle operation east of the Mississippi River. read more

Fort Myers History

The areas along the gulf coast of Florida were explored by Ponce De Leon in 1513 and 1521. In 1821, Florida became a territory of the US. Along the Caloosahatchee River, Fort Myer was built as a base for the Seminole Indian War. It was named in honor of Colonel Abraham Myers. In 1858, the Fort was emptied but was re-occupied in 1863 by the federal troops. The southernmost civil war of 1865 is re-enacted annually at the... read more

Fort Myers Nightlife

At Captiva, you can drink, play dirt and kick back in the pub. Near the Pine Island is the Matlacha which serves hard drink, good food, a very good crowd and classic blues. To the south is the Bridge Waterfront Restaurant, which houses a year round party of reggae. To add, there are Island Girl Charters, Crow’s Nest and Molly The Trolley.  read more

Fort Myers Sightseeing

In contrast to other cities, Fort Myers is not just a city of parks and museums, but also of inventions. It is a city of technology. From a ‘Cow town’ to ‘City Of Palms’, Fort Myers has evolved a lot in all spheres of development. The city was the winter home of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford. Even today, tourists can scan the Edison-Ford winter estate. In the month of February, a two week extravaganza is put on.... read more

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