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Living in Bonita Springs


The city is located on both Estero Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. The area referred to as Bonita Beach is located on a road-accessible barrier island (Little Hickory Island) that lies between the Gulf of Mexico and Estero Bay. The Imperial River flows through the downtown district of the city and empties out into Estero Bay.

The city lies in the tropical climate zone, having a mean January temperature of 65 °F (18 °C). Hurricane Charley made landfall north of Bonita Springs on August 13, 2004. Hurricane Wilma made landfall south of Bonita Springs on October 24, 2005. On September ,10, 2017, Hurricane Irma, at the time a slow moving Category 3 storm, passed over the southwest coast of Florida. The eyewall / eye passed overhead in Bonita Springs. Many structures were damaged or destroyed and the city experienced significant flooding.

Barefoot Beach Preserve Park, a 342-acre (1.38 km2) park located on the border of Collier and Lee Counties. In 2013, Forbes ranked the park’s beach the sixth-best in the country.

Bonita Beach Park – a 2.5-acre (10,000 m2) beachfront park with a boardwalk and swimming area.

Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs – an arts organization that hosts local, regional and national traveling art exhibitions. The organization has two campuses, the 10-acre.

Center for Visual Arts with galleries, studios, classrooms, art library, and offices; and 1. 8 miles south, the 4-acre Center for Performing Arts, which has two auditoriums, a black box theater, a film center, music rooms and studios for study of performing arts. The organization’s Bonita Springs Art Festivals, are held January, February, and March in downtown Bonita Springs.

Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, a bald cypress reserve under management of the National Audubon Society.

Everglades Wonder Gardens, features a large collection of Florida wildlife, including exotic birds, panthers, alligators, flamingos, and bears. The facility opened in 1936 as both a wildlife exhibition and a refuge for injured animals and has a botanical garden and a natural history museum.

Little Hickory Island Beach Park.

Lover’s Key State Park, a 1,616-acre (6.54 km2) park made up of four barrier islands, is within the city and just north of Bonita Beach. It has nature trails for hiking and bicycling, a canoe launch, kayak and canoe rentals, acres of unspoiled mangroves and miles of pristine beaches. A haven for wildlife, the islands and their waters are home to West Indian manatees, bottlenose dolphins, roseate spoonbills, marsh rabbits and bald eagles.

There are also 10 beach accesses with public parking up and down Bonita Beach.

Southwest Florida International Airport in nearby South Fort Myers serves over 8 million passengers annually.
Naples Municipal Airport in Naples is a smaller airport primarily for private aviation.

Major highways
I-75.svg Interstate 75
US 41.svg U.S. Route 41 “South Tamiami Trail”
Lee County Road 865 FL.svg (County Road 865) Bonita Beach Road / Hickory Boulevard

Mass transportation
Fixed-route bus and trolley service is provided by the Lee County Transit Department, operated as LeeTran.

Seminole Gulf Railway owns and operates a line which passes through the city. The company offers freight service and local, daytime excursions.

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