Cape Coral is a premier vacation destination, especially for people looking to hit the beach. There’s so much to do and see, and the number of things going on only continues to grow as the city climbs the ranks as one of the most populous locations in the United States. If you’re feeling overwhelmed when it comes to planning out your trip, here are a few of the Cape Coral mainstays you might consider starting with.
Some of the most scenic beaches in all of Florida are within a short drive of Cape Coral. You could easily fill up several days of your vacation just by visiting different beaches and having a meal at one of the local eateries in the area. This is an especially easy task if you have your own rental vehicle with you, as public transportation isn’t always the most convenient way to get around, especially when you’re trying to make the most efficient use of your vacation time.
Even better, you can visit the beaches during any time of year, so you don’t even have to worry about missing out if you’re planning your trip during the off-seasons. Much of southwest Florida stays nice and temperate all year, with some higher temperatures during the summer, and it really never gets cold during the daytime in winter. As long as the rain stays away, you’re sure to have a great time!
Visit the Yacht Club Community Park
This park is a local mainstay, and is one of the oldest attractions in town, though it has certainly continued to evolve over time. Having opened to the public in 1962, this is a central fixture for entertainment. One of the two beaches in city limits is part of this area, but there’s a lot more to see.
There’s a community pool available for use if you aren’t a fan of the sand at the beach, a marina with boat ramps and a fishing pier for anyone looking to test their angling skills, an on-site bar and grill for all of your dining needs, and of course tennis, racquetball, and shuffleboard courts. They also have a special events calendar that’s worth checking out. Who knows, maybe you’ll enjoy one of the events they happen to have planned during your vacation?
Visit the Growing Cape Coral Farmers’ Market
When people think about farmers’ markets, the first thing that comes to mind is obviously being able to purchase high-quality local produce, but the Cape Coral Farmers’ Market is much more than that. As the years have gone by, it has continued to grow into a food lover’s paradise. Not only will you be able to bring home local goods to cook a lovely meal at your rental home, but there are also food trucks and plenty of pre-cooked goods. You can even find things to bring home, like preserves, jams, and jellies with plenty of shelf life.
Come and Stay with Us
All of this just scratches the surface of things for you to experience during your trip to Cape Coral. When you head out and experience these things, maybe you’ll find some inspiration on what you’d like to do next. Wherever you find yourself during your stay, Vacanza Rentals will make sure you have the perfect vacation home to end your day in. Get in touch with us now and get your vacation going.