Lee County: Camping in Florida
Top luxury, Lee County camping: Florida vacations for glamping getaways
Lee County is located in southeastern Florida, whose largest city is Cape Coral, though the county seat is held by the city of Fort Meyers. If a warm-weather vacation is what you’re after, look no further than glamping in Lee County, where the temperatures stay warm all year round. Visit the county’s islands, like Lovers Key State Park, Captiva Island, and Sanibel Island, to name a few, for a change of scenery, though Fort Meyers Beach certainly provides plenty of activities for glampers without ever having to leave the mainland. Go on a WaveRunner dolphin tour, kayak around the islands along the Great Calusa Blueway, or set out on a sunset cruise with a significant other—the options are endless at Fort Meyers Beach. Cape Coral is unique in that it has more miles of canals than any other city in the world, and glampers will enjoy navigating around Cape Coral’s waterways. Don’t forget to take a hiking trip through the mangroves on the elevated trails of the Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve, too, while on your Lee County camping trip.