Lee County Manatee Park in Fort Myers, FL is located off Palm Beach Blvd, just east of I-75 and off Exit 41. This park is open all year round in sunny Florida. There is a fee to enter the park hourly or daily. This amazing area is a great place that visitors can watch the endangered Florida Manatee swim and relax in their own environment. No feeding to the Manatees for you do not want them to stay all year round. They arrive in Florida during the winter months, being the water is warmer there. Lee County Manatee Park will have personal giving live speeches about the Manatee life there. Lee County Manatee Park also offers canoeing, kayaking on the weekends. It also has a small park for children to play in and a great picnic area. Take a walk on the nature trails and get some fresh air as you will then find a map that explains the native plants and interesting facts about the fish, alligators and birds in the area. Stop in the Gift Shop while in the park and take home a memory of your visit.
Make this an educational visit with your children and friends. Plan to spend at least 2 hours to explore the park and make great memories. This is a must see Park when you visit Fort Meyers, FL.