Quality Suites Airport
13651 Indian Paint Ln.
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 768-0005
Fax: (239) 768-5458
13651 Indian Paint Ln. , Fort Myers, FL, US, 33912
- Phone: (239) 768-0005
- Fax: (239) 768-5458
Home to the Fort Myers Miracle, Hammond Stadium is one of Florida's baseball spring training parks. Its imposing exterior is set-off by a beautifully sculpted landscape and palm trees that lead all the way to the stadium entrance. The interior is cramped, especially when large crowds show up. The stadium has a nice variety of concession stands that are reasonably priced. However, Hammond Stadium isn't one of Fort Myers' premier venues. The Minnesota Twins train here each February through April.
Lakes Park is a popular recreational area in Fort Myers. The 279-acre park has 158 acres of fresh water lakes for swimming, fishing for bass and catfish, and canoeing. Swimming season with lifeguards is Memorial Day to Labor Day. A 2.5-mile paved path is available for running, roller blades and biking. The Fragrance Garden is a unique sensory experience. There are also picnic areas, concession stands, miniature train ride, boat rentals and showers. Parking is 75 cents per hour, maximum USD3. No alcohol or pets allowed.
There are structured, natural, and wild dolphin swimming programs available at this unique center that also offers marine animal workshops including dolphin swim programs, ocean snorkeling, environmental tours, and crocodile tours.
This parish was founded in 1910 in Lee County. The Roman Catholic church situated in Fort Myers has a religious store on its northern end. Masses are held by Reverend Michael Mullen and attended by the faithful on a regular basis. The St Francis Xavier School is attached to this organization. The church office hours are from 8.30a to 4p from Monday to Friday. It has also started offering a youth ministry program.
The marina at the City of Fort Myers Yacht Basin has a well-marked entrance and is located on the south side of the Caloosahatchee River, between the Edison and Caloosahatchee Bridges. It offers fuel, an overnight dock, convenience store, ramp, showers, shore power, and free pump-out. The 246 slips fill up during events like the Edison Festival of Lights, so reservations are recommended. There is 10 feet of water in the channel and eight feet at some docks, with little or no current. Restaurants and hotels are nearby.
Centennial Park, located in the heart of downtown Fort Myers, is a nice place to take a break from a convention or meetings to get some fresh air and soak in the sun. The ten-acre park offers picnic areas, a river walk and playground. The park is host to concerts, craft shows and the Downtown Farmer's Market every Thursday. With the river and sunset in the backdrop, its perfect to host your wedding.
The Tice Grammar School is located at Tice, Florida. This historic school is also referred to as Tice Elementary School. The school building was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1999. Check website for details.
This marina offers overnight docking, hot showers, shore power, pump-out services, fuel, bait, a boat ramp, and a full service restaurant.
It doesn't matter whether you like rock music or reggae, indie pop or funk, there is something for you here at the Indian Creek Plaza. The Plaza is home to many restaurants that regularly host all kinds of shows, like the Surf and Song Festival. The Indian Creek Plaza is a good place to catch up on the local culture or just hang out with the locals. The place is run by Sun Communities Inc. and also offers community living options to meet your life-long dreams.
Located across Oak Street, the Fort Myers Beach Elementary School is often referred as Fort Myers Beach School. Nearly 130 students study here and the school receives great support from the local community. The locals engage in activities like fund-raising, voluntary work and even teaching assistance in a bid to aid this school. For admission schedule and other details, check website.
Featuring 365 acres of unspoiled wetlands and mangrove swamps on the Caloosahatchee River, this preserve also features a 4,500 foot walking nature trail, a visitor's center, a quiet picnic area, and pristine canoe and kayak waterways.
While the town's name is also Fort Myers Beach, the its namesake beach is the real reason why tourists from across the country flock here especially during spring break and summers. Water-sports in the form of jet skiing, wave runners, para-sailing and diving along with fishing charters keep the adventurous visitors occupied, while others can dine at one of the many ocean-facing bars and cafes. Concerts and festivals are a regular occurrence at this beach which assures something exciting to people of all sensibilities and tastes. It is also the base of the annual American Sand Sculpting Championship.