Canals and More in Cape Coral
Spending your time wishing you could be at the beach is a habit that takes a toll; instead of filling your days with ultimately exhausting and nonproductive daydreaming, why not put your energy to good use by actually planning a luxurious and rewarding trip? Stress deserves to be no part of this equation, so keep up the momentum you’ve begun; Cape Coral vacation rentals combined with the feeling of rewarding yourself with a long-awaited trip equals a getaway that’s worth the anticipation.
"The Cape" is known for its network of canals as well as fantastic beaches and a general atmosphere of unhurried celebration. Oktoberfest in the fall and the famous Red, White & Boom Fourth of July festivities are a couple of high-profile events to plan your trip around, but any time would be a good time to move into a Cape Coral vacation rental for a few days. Make a plan that includes day trips, fishing, shopping and swimming or just see where the breeze takes you as you wander along Cape Coral Parkway and float through the waterways.
Sanibel Island and Fort Myers Beach are close by, and even the Florida Keys are within reach. A nice long visit will acquaint you with historic homes (Edison and Ford spent time here), baseball training camps, nature preserves and the uncommon allure of convenient canals (many Cape Coral rentals boast of easy boat access). In case members of the group need further convincing, don’t forget to mention Sun Splash Family Waterpark, Eagle Skate Park and beach opportunities galore. Now is the time to trade the dream for the reality – and a rewarding trade it will be.
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