Welcome to Fort Myers
Welcome to fortmyers-online.com. Fort Myers is know as The City of Palms and was made famous by Thomas Edison and Henry Ford. Impresseed by the tropical climate and natural beauty, Edison spent his winters in Fort Myers as thousands of visitors do each season today.
Fort Myers is located on the Caloosahatchee River, and is the oldest city in Lee County. Historic downtown brings back the flavor of old Florida.
We're showcasing all that Fort Myers Florida has to offer right here. Make this web site your springboard for jumping into the Cities and Lifestyles that make up our paradise!
Interested in history or historical photos? Step back in time with our historical photo album -- photos dating back to the early 1900's show life in early Fort Myers.
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Calusa Queen - The Calusa Queen is located in Burnt Store Marina on beautiful Charlotte Harbor, ranked one of the top ten places to sail by Sail magazine, the basin is just 10 miles to the Gulf of Mexico. Charlotte Harbor is the second-largest estuary in Florida, encompassing 270 square miles, yet it is one of the state's best-kept secrets. Burnt Store Marina provides direct access to this boating wonderland, just 7 miles north of Pine Island Road (cape coral) and 6 miles south of US 41 (Punta Gorda).