Cape Coral is a famous tourist destination due to its famous Gulf Coast beaches, lush golf courses, and family attractions such as the acclaimed Sun Splash Family Waterpark.

Near Fort Myers and within sight of the beautiful Gulf of Mexico, Cape Coral is a dynamic and welcoming city with all the natural beauty that Southwest Florida has to offer.

Boating, fishing, and water activities are all great ways to improve the quality of life in Cape Coral, which has over 400 miles of canals.

The city’s golf courses, tennis facilities, athletic parks, and wildlife preserves are a plus.

Cape Coral boasts some of the best parks and recreation programs in the state, with a wide range of activities and events for both children and adults. Cape Coral residents and visitors have access to a wide range of activities and amenities to meet the cultural and recreational demands of a varied population. Shopping and dining; theater and art; sports, ranging from youth leagues to professional teams; clubs and organizations catering to nearly every taste and activity; and environmental activities, ranging from kayaking to visiting our burrowing owl neighbors.



Yacht Club Community Park

Since 1962, the Yacht Club Community Park has been enjoyed by many, with many spectacular waterfront features. Picnic on the Caloosahatchee River with family and friends with available gazebos and grills. Relax by the community pool or reel one in on the fishing pier. You can also take your boat into the water with accessible boat ramps. If you would rather stay dry for the day, the park is equipped with tennis courts, racquetball courts, shuffleboard, and playgrounds. Top off your day by visiting the Boathouse Tiki Bar & Grill or a night of a variety of special events that are held all year round.


Please note that the entire Yacht Club Community Park will close in April 2022 for renovations and enhancements, which will last roughly two years. The beach, pier, boat ramp, tennis courts, marina, pool, main building, and Rotino Center are all part of the Yacht Club closure. Visit CCYachtClub.com for more information on this project.