Manatee Park

10901 Palm Beach Blvd., Fort Myers, FL 33905
Phone: 239.690.5030

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Manatee Park

Location: In Fort Myers, see map below.

Profile: Wildlife Park Attraction

Official Website


Fort Myers is the home of one of the largest populations of manatees in Florida, particularly in the winter when they congregate in the Orange River to feed and stay warm. Opened in 1996, this 17 acre Regional Park is built and operated through a cooperative effort of partners & sponsors. While the land is owned by Florida Power & Light, money for facilities came from the Lee Island Coast Visitor & Convention Bureau.

The park also has a butterfly garden, small gift shop, picnic area, playground and concessions. Calusa Blueway Outfitters is on site to rent a canoe or kayak, or take a guided tour.

Official Website

Location Map & Directions

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Area Information

Fort Myers
Fort Myers, also known as the City of Palms, is the historical heart of Southwest Florida. Visitors to the Fort Myers area will enjoy family attractions, golf, boating, shopping and dining. Fort Myers is the home of the Thomas Edison and Henry Ford Winter Estates , built in the late 1800's and early 1900's; tours of these estates and gardens are a top attraction in Fort Myers. During March, visitors come to see the Boston Red Sox and the Minnesota Twins spring training. For more information, please see our Fort Myers Travel Guide.

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