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Top 10] Best Things To Do in Fort Myers in 2022

By: Sahil Luthra

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Fort Myers River District

Considered Fort Myers' main downtown area, the River District is filled with things to do, see and – of course – eat. Take a stroll through the brick-paved streets to admire the early 1900s-era buildings 

Edison and Ford Winter Estate

The two American innovators – Thomas Edison, the inventor of the electric light bulb and the phonograph, and Henry Ford, the pioneer of the automobile 

Downtown Estes Park

The primary appeal of Estes Park is the surrounding wilderness, and one of the best ways to take in the area is via a horseback riding tour. Climbing and rafting excursions round out the options offered out of downtown Estes Park. 

Fort Myers Beach

In peak traffic, it can take as long as an hour to get there. Still, travelers who head to the shoreline can expect wide swaths of clean, white sand as fine as powdered sugar 

Manatee Park

Since the park is directly on the warm water discharge canal of the Florida Power & Light company, it's a popular spot for these gentle creatures 

Spring Training

Every March, the Boston Red Sox and the Minnesota Twins escape the cold for the warm spring temperatures the city has to offer. 

Lakes Regional Park

If you're looking for a mix of fun and relaxation suitable for the whole family, head to Lakes Regional Park. Located about 10 miles south of Downtown Fort Myers 

Darling National Wildlife Refuge

Named after a political cartoonist and conservationist, the J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge occupies 8,000 acres of land on Sanibel Island, located southwest of Fort Myer's city center.  

IMAG History & Science Center

The center also offers live animal encounters with its touch tanks and aquarium.   

Calusa Nature Center & Planetarium

There are also daily shows and animal demonstrations, as well as touch tanks and fossils that kids will enjoy. 

Considered Fort Myers' main downtown area, the River District is filled with things to do, see and – of course – eat.

Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center

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