Bonita Springs Florida Homes for Sale
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Nestled between Fort Myers and Naples, Bonita Springs is home to the Conservancy of Southwest Florida Nature Center so it's a no-brainer that Bonita Springs boasts sparkling beaches, fantastic fishing, and a plethora of outdoor entertainment and recreation. There are so many parks in Bonita Springs, that you can visit one a week pretty much every week of the year and never visit the same place twice. From golf courses to fantastic shopping, pristine beaches, and outdoor venues, Bonita Springs offers a wealth of entertainment year-round. Here are just some of the fun things to do in Bonita Springs.
Riverside Park along US Route 41 on the scenic Imperial River offers a gorgeous outdoor recreation venue. It host multiple shows, festivals, and concerts throughout the year. The Bonita Fairways Golf Course is a golf lover's paradise with 18 holes and just a short 3400 yards, making it a perfect course for those that want to spend just an afternoon playing golf.
The Mound Key State Park is one of the oldest places in Bonita Springs as Spanish explorers first set foot on the Florida shores of this beautiful location. With over 100 acres on Estero Bay, this is state Park features unique mounds created by the Calusas Native Americans and is only attainable by guided tour.
Everglades Wonder Gardens is a place to truly experience the best of Florida. Located on Old 41 Road, this small zoo and botanical gardens feature native wildlife, plants, gardens, and interactive activities for kids of all ages.
The Flamingo Island Flea Market features over 500 vendors selling everything from vintage clothes and tools, to food and artisan crafts. And if you're looking for a unique take on dinner, check out Rodes Fresh and Fancy on Bonita Springs Rd., Southwest. You'll find some of the best Key lime pies in the city and a fantastic farmers market with fresh fruits, vegetables, and local meats and cheeses.
Bonita Springs Schools
Residents of Bonita Springs are assigned to the Lee County School District and some of the best schools include the Pinewoods Elementary School, Estero High School, the Bonita Springs Elementary School, and the Bonita Springs Charter School. For details on school zoning throughout Bonita Springs, contact my office. I would be happy to offer a list of properties and homes for sale that fall within a specific school zone.
Bonita Springs is definitely growing with new restaurants, shopping, and home subdivisions constantly improving the local economy. Here's what locals say about living in Bonita Springs:
"In the past few years, there has been developmental changes in the city of Bonita Springs. More developers are coming and building homes and opening restaurants, improving the local economy. This has been great to the city and the people living here as, perhaps soon, the area will become beautiful and hold many opportunities. Furthermore, people here are friendly to everyone."- niche.com
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