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Bonita Springs Points of Interest

Art League of Bonita Springs – an arts organization that hosts both local and traveling art exhibitions, arts classes and other community events.

Bonita Beach Park – a 2.5-acre (10,000 m2) beachfront park that features a boardwalk and swimming area. Sand dunes and coastal vegetation surround a gazebo and 8 picnic shelters.

Barefoot Beach Preserve Park – is 342 acres (1.38 km2) of natural land and one of the last undeveloped barrier islands on Florida’s southwest coast. It is located on the border of Collier and Lee Counties and accessible by Bonita Beach Road. In 2013, Forbes ranked the park’s beach as the sixth best in the United States.

Little Hickory Island Beach Park

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

Bonita Springs is located west of Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, a significant Bald Cypress reserve under management of the National Audubon Society.

Lover’s Key State Park, a 1,616-acre (6.54 km2) park made up of four barrier islands, is located within the city and just north of Bonita Beach. The park features 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.

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

The Naples-Fort Myers Greyhound Track is located in Bonita Springs.

Situated on Big Hickory Island is the Bonita Springs Water Tower. Built in 1982, the water tower stands at 156 feet. The water tower is best viewed during the day; at night the water tower is illuminated only by a blinking red beacon.


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