If you are a recent transplant and seeking a new place, Cape Coral has a ton of lovely apartments available in every price range. Soon you will have no trouble at all getting around like a local in Cape Coral, your new city!
As part of Lee County, Cape Coral is served by the county public transit, called LeeTrans. The entire organization operates 18 bus routes, and six of them travel through Cape Coral. They tend to run all day, until about 10 p.m.; however, there isn't any bus service on Sundays.
<p>All the splishers and splashers of the family (including four-legged furry ones!) can go Sun-Splash for a phenomenal aquatic extravaganza. Slides, tubes, sprinklers, pools, climbing structures over water if you can dream it up and it's wet and wild water fun, it's probably here. If you really want an all-out, overwhelmingly wild day, check out the park's annual bash, the Cape Coral Coconut Festival. In addition to the water fun, you'll get to go on carnival rides, eat delicious food, play games, and enjoy live entertainment.</p>
Cape Coral's Parks
<p>Nature lovers will their own personal paradise in Cape Coral, with birding and wildlife viewing opportunities everywhere. Be sure to check out the Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve. This 365-acre preserve invites visitors to hike or kayak (they have rentals available) where they'll almost certainly see eagles, herons, snakes, and more. If you're really into birding, you'll also want to head to Rotary Park, which is part of the Great Florida Birding Trail, so you can explore the marshes as you keep your eyes peeled for tortoises, lizards, and a huge variety of birds. If you'd like to see wildlife but donÕt want to get your feet dirty, simply head to the boardwalk at Glover Bight.</p>