Things to do
         in CAPE CORAL

Sun Splash Water Park- Enjoy some fun in the sun as you explore this 12-acre aquatic wonderland. With over two dozen rides including waterslides, tube rides and lazy rivers, Sun Splash Water Park is the premier destination for vacationers looking to get a little wet and wild. Parents have no worries; Sun Splash is family-friendly with areas specifically for the little ones.

Rumrunners- Want to enjoy a relaxing lunch before your tour? Or maybe a delicious dinner afterwards? Rumrunner’s is the place to go in Cape Coral. Rumrunners offers the freshest seafood, juiciest steaks and the best views a restaurant can offer. Come on by for a tasty meal and stay and enjoy a drink or two as the night winds down.

Coral Oaks Golf Course- Play the front or back nine or enjoy an entire eighteen on one of Cape Coral’s best local golf course. Coral Oaks is a championship course, designed by Arthur Hills, that offers rich natural surroundings, eight beautiful lakes and enough bunkers that your chipping game will be pristine by the time you finish. Not ready for the big show? Coral Oaks has a state of the art practice facility that includes a driving range, chipping area and putting green so you can perfect your game before showing off to your friends and family.

Mike Greenwell’s Family Fun Park- Mike Greenwell’s Family Fun Park has everything a family could want to do in an afternoon chockfull of fun. Arcade, Go-Karts, Mega Maze, Batting Cages, the list goes on and on and so does the entertainment. Fun for the whole family, the Family Fun Park surely lives up to its name.

Four Mile Cove- Featuring 365 acres of Cape Coral’s most beautiful and majestic wetlands and swamps, Four Mile Cove is highlighted by a 4,500 ft nature trail that shadows the Caloosahatchee River.  Those who are more prone to the water are welcomed by the Caloosahatchee’s faultless canoe and kayak waterways.

Cape Coral Historical Museum- If you’re visiting Cape Coral, it would surely behoove you to stop in to the Cape Coral Historical Museum to learn about Cape Coral’s storied history. The small but extremely fascinating museum has a wonderful staff and curator who make it a point to teach museum visitors everything they possibly can about Cape Coral and how it became to be and how it fits into the “big picture”.  Come see the collections of military items, Native American artifacts and pieces of Cape Coral history while learning an interesting lesson on the city that you are visiting

Sanibel Islands- Enjoy the beautiful and natural beaches of Sanibel Island, located just off the shore of Cape Coral and Fort Myers, which are overflowing with historical significance and beautiful landscapes. A barrier island that boats some of the country’s best shell beaches and wildlife refuges, Sanibel Island is a sight to behold and becoming quite the tourist attraction in Florida. Follow in the footsteps of famous travelers and pirates like Ponce de Leon and Jose Gaspar and visit Sanibel Island to take in the history, sights and adventure. 

Cape Coral Historical Museum - Established by Cape Coral Historical Society, the Museum is dedicated to collecting, preserving and displaying the unique history of our city. View fascinating exhibits, experience the way it was “back in the day”, take part in special programs throughout the year at the Cape Coral Historical Museum. 

King Fisher Fleet- King Fisher Fleet, located at Fishermen's Village Marina in Punta Gorda, offers the best of Florida - both for sightseers and for fishermen.

Broadway Palm Dinner Theater