Bonita Springs Fl

Bonita Springs is home to just over 47,000 residents, though the seasonal population can reach much higher. Despite slumps in the national economy, the Bonita Springs real estate market has not experienced a significant drop in property values. The community is a popular area for retirees, but has many family-friendly neighborhoods as well. Read more about Bonita Springs.

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About Bonita Springs, Florida

Bonita Springs, is at its heart a beach town, with some of the best coastline in the world. Residents enjoy swimming and windsurfing in the clear blue waters, in addition to fishing in local streams, canals and lakes. If you tire of the sand and surf, there are many golf courses in the region—both public and private, as well as a number of art galleries, boutiques, antique shops, and upscale retailers. Cycling, shelling, hiking, and wildlife viewing are just a sampling of things to do in the area, which is known for its wonderful year-round weather. When you get hungry, you can select from a wide selection of excellent local eateries.

Attractions include Bonita Beach Park, which has picnic facilities, a designated swimming area, and a boardwalk that's perfect for strolling. There's also Lover's Key State Park, which is comprised of four barrier islands, and is perfect for hiking, kayaking, and sunbathing. There's also the Everglades Wonder Gardens, which houses some of Florida's native species like alligators and birds.

Area Attractions

Popular attractions include:

  • Art League of Bonita Springs, an arts organization, often hosts both traveling and local art exhibitions and arts classes.
  • Bonita Beach Park is a 2.5-acre park on the beach, which features sand dunes, a gazebo and 8 picnic shelters.
  • Barefoot Beach Preserve Park, with 342 acres of unspoiled land and barrier islands, rests right in between Lee and Collier counties.
  • Little Hickory Island Beach Park
  • Lover's Key State Park, a 1,616-acre park that consists of four barrier islands, features hiking and bicycling trails, canoe and kayak rentals, miles of beaches and a forest of mangrove trees.
  • The Everglades Wonder Gardens, featuring an extensive assembly of Floridian wildlife such as panthers, exotic birds, bears, flamingos and alligators, is located nearby.

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Phone 239-691-0157 (David) or 239-410-5821(Mary)  to speak with us.

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The data relating to real estate for sale on this website comes in part from the Southwest Florida Multiple Listing Service. The information being provided is for consumers` personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.