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2015 Visitors’ Annual guide: Sports & Recreation

It may be known for superior golf, but Southwest Florida also boasts top-notch tennis, water sports and more.

BY January 5, 2015


Do you prefer cheering from the stands, or being part of the action? Either way, we’ve got you covered here. Is your game of choice hockey, soccer, tennis? Got it. Golf? Your options include beautiful, world-class courses by top-name designers. Whether you’re an avid Red Sox or Twins fan, or just enjoy cheering on our local team, the Fort Myers Miracle, we’ve got your baseball, too. You can go ice-skating, take a parasail ride, book a biplane or helicopter sightseeing flight, or try your skill at kitesurfing.

Want to explore the backwaters of the 10,000 Islands, or take a gentle paddle on some of our beautiful creeks, rivers and bays? No need to bring a thing: You can rent everything you need, including your own private naturalist guide.

Would you prefer to captain your own vessel, or let a crew do the work while you sip cocktails on deck? The options range from pontoons and sailboats to glamorous yachts.

As for fishing, believe this: We have the best native fishing captains on the Gulf of Mexico, who consistently guide anglers to picture-perfect tarpon, redfish, grouper, snapper, jacks and more. This is where the action is. And that’s no fish story.


Boat Tours and Charters, Watersports and Marinas


CAPTAIN DOUG’S AIRBOAT TOURS, (800) 282-9194. Family-owned for three generations, Captain Doug’s has two locations that provide either a grasslands tour or a mangrove jungle tour of the Everglades.

EVERGLADES DAY SAFARI, Fort Myers pick-up: 14900 S. Tamiami Trail, (239) 472-1559.  Pickup locations throughout Southwest Florida. An intense, all-day excursion from the waters of the 10,000 Islands to the swamps of the Everglades.

EVERGLADES ISLAND AIRBOAT TOURS/ TOTCH’S ISLAND TOURS, 929 DuPont St., (239) 695-2333. Descendants of Everglades legend Totch Brown lead airboat tours.

EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK BOAT TOURS, 815 Oyster Bar Lane, (239) 695- 2591. See mangrove forests, manatees, dolphins, bald eagles and roseate spoonbills.

JUNGLE ERV’S AIRBOAT TOURS, 804 Collier Ave., (877) 695-2820. Guided tours of marine and estuarine environments.



BLUE RUNNER CHARTERS, Rose Marina, (239) 253-4805. Offshore wreck and reef fishing for groups of up to six people. Children welcome.

CAXAMBAS PARK, end of South Collier Boulevard, (239) 642-0004. Boat ramp, four-acre park, restrooms, fuel, bait, concessions and picnic area. 7 a.m. to dusk daily.

MARCO ISLAND PRINCESS, 951 Bald Eagle Drive, (239) 642-5415. Offers nature and history lunch cruise or sunset dinner cruises.

MARCO ISLAND SEA EXCURSIONS, 705 E. Elkcam Circle, (239) 642-6400. Offers support services to meeting planners for all water activities available in the area.

S. Collier Blvd., (239) 642-2359; 560 S. Collier Blvd., (239) 642-3377; 600 S. Collier Blvd., (239) 394-4344. Dolphin-watch and sunset tours aboard the Calusa Spirit, parasailing, WaveRunners, eco-tours and more.

THE MARINA AT FACTORY BAY, 1081 Bald Eagle Drive, (239) 389-2929. Seventy-one floating docks accommodate boats up to 107 feet. Short- or long-term, water, pump-out and clubhouse with wireless Internet, laundry, showers, restrooms and ice.

ROSE MARINA, 951 Bald Eagle Drive, (239) 394-2502. Half-day and full-day boat rentals, dockage, tackle shop and ship’s store, boat sales, service and repair.

SCUBA MARCO, 1141 Bald Eagle Drive, (239) 389-7889. Full-service dive shop offering certifications, trips and equipment.

STOP’S MARINE CHARTERS, 385 Angler Drive at Calusa Island Marina, (239) 394-8000. Personalized fishing, shelling, sightseeing, eco-tours and snorkeling tours for up to six passengers.

SUNSHINE TOURS, 951 Bald Eagle Drive, (239) 642-5415. Sightseeing cruises and fishing trips based at the Rose Marina.



A & B CHARTERS, 550 Port O Call Way, (239) 263-8833. Half-, full- and multi- day deep-sea charters for up to 10 passengers; half-day and full-day inland fishing trips for up to six passengers.

ALL WATER EXCURSIONS, (239) 594- 0213. Sunset charters, eco-tours, fishing excursions, luxury charters, party boat trips, water activities and more. Can customize charters.

BAYFRONT MARINA, Goodlette-Frank Road and U.S. 41, (239) 649-8700. Short- or long-term dockage. 42 slips accommodating crafts up to 40 feet in length. Restrooms, showers, restaurants and shops.

BAYVIEW PARK, Danford Street off Thomasson Drive, (239) 252-4000. A four-acre park along Naples Bay. Water access, restrooms, picnic shelters and playground. Open sunrise to sundown.

CAPT. MIKE BAILEY, 550 Port O Call Way, (239) 825-4292. Inshore fishing, offshore fishing and eco-tours aboard Ms. B. Haven.

CAPT. MARVEL CHARTERS, 12th Avenue South and Eighth Street South, (239) 261-7159. A six-passenger charter boat offering full-, half- and multiday (only in summer months) deep-sea fishing trips.

COLLIER BOULEVARD BOATING PARK, Collier Boulevard, north of Marco Is- land, (239) 252-4000. Two boat ramps. Open sunrise to sundown.

COOL BEANS CRUISES, 292 Capri Blvd., (239) 777-0020. Private charter cruises aboard the Cool Beans catamarans for up to six people.

COREY BILLIE’S AIRBOAT RIDES, 20610 Tamiami Trail E., (239) 389-7433. Native Seminole Indian tour guide takes you on a 45-minute airboat tour of a 200-acre private piece of the Ever- glades.

DAY STAR CHARTERS, (239) 417-3474. Private boat charters, deep-sea and backwater fishing, dolphin watches, sightseeing cruises, restaurant trips, three-in-one combination trips and sunset cruises for groups of six or fewer.

GRAND SLAM LIGHT TACKLE SPORT- FISHING, Port O Call Marina, (239) 793-0969. Capt. Will Geraghty offers backcountry and offshore fishing charters.

JETSKI NAPLES, 1200 Fifth Ave. S., (888) 995-6920. Jet Ski rentals and dolphin and nature tours.

MANATEE SIGHTSEEING ECO-TOURISM ADVENTURE, 525 Newport Drive, (239) 642-8818. Ninety-minute personal eco-boat tour for two to six passengers. Quality visuals of manatees are guaranteed on this waveless ride aboard a covered boat.

MANGROVE OUTFITTERS FLY SHOP, 4111 Tamiami Trail E., (239) 793-3370. Experienced back-country fishing guides operating out of a full-service fly shop.

NAPLES CITY DOCK, 880 12th Ave. S., (239) 213-3070. Newer docks accommodating vessels up to 110 feet. Fuel dock, restrooms, bait and ice, close to restaurants, ships’ store and trolley service.

NAPLES LANDINGS, 1101 Ninth St. S., (239) 213-1819. Public boat ramp. Metered parking.

NAPLES MARINA & EXCURSIONS, 12345 Tamiami Trail N., (239) 592-1200. Offers narrated boat cruises and kayak and canoe rentals in a man- grove estuary. Scuba trips available.

NAPLES PRINCESS, 550 Port O Call Way, (239) 649-2275. See the homes of Port Royal or watch the sunset aboard the Naples Princess, a 105-foot yacht. Daily cruises include lunch buffet, sightseeing, sunset hors d’oeuvres and sunset dinner cruises.

PORT OF NAPLES MARINA, 550 Port O Call Way, (239) 774-0479. Powerboat and other water recreation vehicles available for rent.

PURE NAPLES, 1200 Fifth Ave. S., (239) 263-3853. Sightseeing and sunset cruises aboard Double Sunshine,
bay fishing aboard Naples Explorer or KUDU II and deep-sea fishing aboard KUDU or Lady Brett.

SCUBA OUTFITTERS OF NAPLES, 1949 Davis Blvd., Suite 2, (239) 280-5500. Five-Star PADI TecRec Dive Center offering education and equipment, indoor heated pool.

SCUBADVENTURES, 971 Creech Road, (239) 434-7477. Scuba training, equipment sales and rentals.

SOUTH BAY MARINA, 179 South Bay Drive, Suite 4, (239) 597-2063. Marina with fuel, bait, tackle, concessions, boat rentals and charters.

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA ECOTOURS AND EVENTS, (239) 776-9050. Naples-based eco-tour company offering journeys into the Everglades and the Audubon Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary. Boat tours and air boat rides.

SWEET LIBERTY, City Dock, 880 12th Ave. S., (239) 793-3525. Beachcombing, dolphin tours, cocktail cruises and eco-tours on a 53-foot catamaran.



BIG HICKORY SEAFOOD GRILLE AND MARINA, 26107 Hickory Blvd., (239) 992-0991. Pontoon boats, charter, kayaks, bait, supplies, fuel and slips. Landing for the Great Calusa Blueway canoe and kayak paddling trail.

BONITA BOAT RENTALS AND BONITA BEACH RESORT MOTEL, 26395 Hickory Blvd., (239) 992-2137. Pontoon boats for rent for up to 10- and 12-passenger groups. Rates start at $95 for two- hour rental, up to $275 for a full day.

BONITA JET SKI & PARASAIL, 27908 Hickory Blvd., (239) 825-7559. Jet skis, chairs, cabanas, umbrellas, paddleboards/boats, kayaks, sailboats and parasailing.

FISH TRAP MARINA INC., 4794 Bonita Beach Road, (239) 992-6055. Bait, tackle, rod and reel repairs, and backwater charter fishing.

HIGH HOPES CHARTERS, departs from Bonita Beach, (239) 273-6122. Private charter fishing aboard a 24-foot center console for up to four passengers.

IMPERIAL RIVER BOAT RAMP, 27551 Tamiami Trail S., (239) 949-4615. Restrooms and fishing pier. Parking $5 per vehicle. Facility open from 7 a.m. to sunset; boat ramp open 24 hours.



FLORIDA SAILING AND CRUISING SCHOOL, 6095 Silver King Blvd., Cape Coral, (239) 656-1339. An American Sailing Association certification facility. Courses in powerboat and sailing instruction.

MATLACHA BOAT RAMP, 4577 Pine Island Road NW, Matlacha, (239) 283-4110. Two-slip boat launch with parking. Access to Matlacha Pass. Parking $10. 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.



ESTERO RIVER OUTFITTERS, 20991 Tamiami Trail S., (239) 992-4050. Canoe or kayak the Estero River to Estero Bay. Rentals and launch.



ADVENTURES IN PARADISE, 14341 Port Comfort Road, (239) 472-8443. Eco-tours, dolphin watches, sunset cruises and fishing. Trolley access.

CAPT. PAUL HOBBY FISHING CHARTERS, (239) 850-2088. Light-tackle and fly-fishing for snook, redfish and tarpon.

DAVIS BOAT RAMP, 2227 Davis Blvd., (239) 690-5030. Community boat ramp with parking $5 per day. Dawn to dusk.

J.C. CRUISES, 1300 Hendry St., (239) 334-7474. Lunch, dinner and sight- seeing tours aboard a 500-passenger, triple-deck paddle wheeler on the Caloosahatchee River and more.

MULLOCK CREEK MARINA, 18501 Mullock Creek Lane, (239) 267-4932. No bridges to the Gulf of Mexico. Bait, tackle, ice, concessions and fuel available. Open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week.

OFFSHORE SAILING SCHOOL, 16731 McGregor Blvd., (239) 454-1700. Southwest Florida locations: Pink Shell Beach Resort & Marina on Fort Myers Beach and South Seas Island Resort on Captiva Island. Beginner to advanced cruising, coastal navigation, live-aboard cruising, offshore sailing adventures, performance sailing and racing, and more.

PUNTA RASSA BOAT RAMP, 15001 Punta Rassa Road, (239) 765-6794. Trailer and car parking, $10 per 24-hour
day. Restrooms, two double ramps, fish-cleaning stations.

SCUBAVICE DIVE CENTER, 12600 McGregor Blvd., (239) 481-4733. Scuba instruction, snorkel lessons, service, sales and rentals.

TEAM ARCURE, 1439 S. Larkwood Square, (239) 225-5211. Guided fishing in Pine Island Sound. Offers fly-fishing and light-tackle charters and instruction.



CAPTAIN TONY’S FISHING ADVENTURES, 18800 San Carlos Blvd., (239) 415-0515. Night, full- and half-day fishing charters.

FISH TALE MARINA, 7225 Estero Blvd., (239) 463-3600. Full-service marina with dry or wet storage, ship’s store, rentals, charters and service.

FUN RENTALS, 1901 Estero Blvd., (239) 463-8844. Rent Harley-Davidson motorcycles, WaveRunners, bicycles and scooters.

GETAWAY MARINA, 18400 San Car-
los Blvd., (239) 466-3600. Half-day, full-day and night fishing trips. Boat rentals.

PARADISE PARASAIL, 1160 Estero Blvd., (239) 463-7272. For all ages, fly up to four people at a time. Group and child rates.

RANALLI PARASAIL, 2000 Estero Blvd. at DiamondHead Beach Resort & Spa, (239) 565-5700. Parasailing, WaveRunner dolphin tours, cabana and umbrella rentals.

SALTY SAM’S MARINA, 2500 Main St., (239) 463-7333. Waterfront dining, fishing and sailing charters, daily Key West Express ferry, boat rentals, fuel, dockage, ship’s store, service, storage and repair.,

SEAHORSE SCUBA SCHOOL, (239) 872- 6295. Private instruction and certification for adults and children, PADI.

SNOOK BIGHT YACHT CLUB & MARINA, 4765 Estero Blvd., (239) 765-4371. Wet and dry storage, rental boats, boat re- pairs and maintenance, laundry, fine dining restaurant, members’ benefits and live bait.



MARINATOWN YACHT HARBOUR, 3446 Marinatown Lane, (239) 997-7711. Live- aboard marina with 135 deep-water slips, laundry facilities, showers and restrooms, water, power, wireless Internet hookup and pump-out service.



CAPTIVA CRUISES, (239) 472-5300. Daily trips to Cabbage Key, Useppa, Boca Grande and Cayo Costa. Wildlife cruises, sunset cruises with live entertainment, sailing charters.

JENSEN’S TWIN PALM COTTAGES & MARINA, 15107 Captiva Drive, (239) 472-5800. Water taxi service to outer islands. Boat rentals and charters.

SANIBEL HARBOUR RESORT AND SPA, 17260 Harbour Pointe Drive, (239) 466-4000. 13 boat slips, WaveRunner, canoe and kayak rentals, and dolphin adventure eco-tours. Dinner cruises offered on the 100-foot Sanibel Harbour Princess.

’TWEEN WATERS MARINA, 15951 Captiva Drive, (239) 472-5161. Dockage, charter boats and kayaking excursions, plus canoe, kayak and bicycle rentals.

ULTIMATE CHARTERS, (239) 542-9315. Light-tackle fishing, sightseeing and shelling cruises around Sanibel, Captiva and Pine Island.




HAMMOCK BAY GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB, 1370 Borghese Lane, (239) 389- 6600. 18-hole course.

THE ROOKERY AT MARCO, 3433 Club Center Blvd., (239) 389-6600. An 18- hole, 7,180-yard, par-72 course at the Marco Island Marriott Resort, Golf Club & Spa.



ARROWHEAD GOLF CLUB, 2205 Heritage Greens Drive, (239) 596-1000. An 18-hole, par-72, 6,850-yard course.

BONITA BAY CLUB NAPLES, 3700 Wildwood Blvd., (239) 353-5100. Two Tom Fazio-designed Audubon International Signature golf courses.

THE CLUB PELICAN BAY, 707 Gulf Park Drive, (239) 597-1183. Three nine-hole golf courses.

CORAL ISLE GOLF CENTER, 4748 Championship Drive, (239) 732-6900. Putting and chipping greens.

CYPRESS WOODS, 3525 Northbrooke Drive, (239) 593-3392. Par-72, Gordon Lewis-designed, 18-hole course. Pro shop.

FOREST GLEN GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB, 3855 Forest Glen Blvd., (239) 348-1332. An 18-hole, 6,820-yard, par-72 course.

GLEN EAGLE GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB, 1403 Glen Eagle Blvd., (239) 354- 3167. An 18-hole, 5,600-yard, par-70 course.

HIBISCUS GOLF CLUB, 5375 Hibiscus Drive, (239) 774-0088. An 18-hole, par-72 course with PGA instruction. Clubhouse with pro shop.

LAPLAYA GOLF COURSE, 333 Palm River Blvd., (239) 254-5001. An 18-hole, par-72, 6902-yard course open to guests of the LaPlaya Beach & Golf Resort.

LELY RESORT GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB, 8004 Lely Resort Blvd., (239) 793- 2600. Three championship courses.

THE NAPLES BEACH HOTEL & GOLF CLUB, 851 Gulf Shore Blvd. N., (239) 261- 2222. Par-72, 6,488-yard championship course. Warm-up range, short-game area, 14,500-square-foot putting green.

NAPLES GRANDE GOLF CLUB, 7540 Golden Gate Parkway, (239) 659-3700. Designated as one of the 10 best new golf courses in Florida by Travel + Leisure Golf. Private instruction led
by South Florida PGA Teacher of the Year Mark Durland.

NAPLES LAKES COUNTRY CLUB, 4784 Inverness Club Drive, (239) 732-6700. An Arnold Palmer Signature Course. Six sets of tees ranging from 4,516 yards to 6,708 yards.

QUALITY INN & SUITES GOLF RESORT, 4100 Golden Gate Parkway, (239) 455-4038. A family-friendly, 18-hole, par-72, 6570-yard course with lighted driving range.

RIVIERA GOLF CLUB, 48 Marseille Drive, (239) 774-2011. An 18-hole, par- 62 course. Three sets of tees ranging up to 4,521 yards.

TIBURÓN GOLF CLUB, 2620 Tiburón Drive, (239) 593-2200. Two 18-hole courses. Home to the Franklin Templeton Shootout.

VALENCIA GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB, 1725 Double Eagle Trail, (239) 352- 0777. An 18-hole, near 7,000-yard, par-72 course.

VANDERBILT COUNTRY CLUB, 8250 Danbury Blvd., (239) 348-2662. Par-72, 18-hole championship golf course.



BONITA BAY CLUB WEST, 2660 Country Club Drive, (239) 495-0200. Three 18-hole, par-72 Certified Audubon Co- operative Sanctuary courses designed by Arthur Hills.

BONITA FAIRWAYS, 9751 W. Terry St., (239) 947-9100. An 18-hole, 3,400- yard, par-61 executive course. Newly designed holes by Gordon Lewis.

HUNTERS RIDGE GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB, 12500 Hunters Ridge Drive, (239) 947-6467. An 18-hole, 6,636-yard championship course.

RAPTOR BAY GOLF CLUB, 23001 Coconut Point Resort Drive, (239) 390-4600. Ranked among the top 10 favorites by Gary Van Sickle, senior writer for Sports Illustrated. First resort course in the world to receive Audubon International’s Gold Signature Sanctuary Certification.



ALDEN PINES COUNTRY CLUB, 14261 Clubhouse Drive, Bokeelia, (239) 283- 2179. A 5,663-yard, par-71 course with 18 holes.

CORAL OAKS GOLF COURSE, 1800 NW 28th Ave., (239) 573-3100. An 18-hole, 6,623-yard, par-72 course.

HUNTER’S RUN EXECUTIVE GOLF COURSE, 1006 SE Fourth Place, (239) 574-4454. A nine-hole, par-30 course.



THE CLUB AT GRANDÉZZA, 11481 Grande Oak Blvd., (239) 948-3569. The course is defined by undulating greens, rolling fairways and sharp elevation changes.

MIROMAR LAKES BEACH & GOLF CLUB, 18520 Miromar Lakes Blvd. W., (239) 482-7644. An 18-hole, 7,400-yard, par- 72 Arthur Hills Signature champion- ship course.

OLD CORKSCREW GOLF CLUB, 17320 Corkscrew Road, (239) 949-4700. A Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course and certified as an Audubon International Silver Signature member.

PELICAN SOUND GOLF & RIVER CLUB, 4561 Pelican Sound Blvd., (239) 948- 4331. Three nine-hole courses ranging from 4,600 to 7,100 yards.

STONEYBROOK GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB, 21251 Stoneybrook Golf Blvd., (239) 948-3933. An 18-hole, par-72, 7,353-yard course.

VILLAGES AT COUNTRY CREEK, 21180 Country Creek Drive, (239) 947-3840. An 18-hole executive course.



COLONIAL COUNTRY CLUB, 9175 Independence Way, (239) 768-2825. An 18- hole, 7,537-yard, par-72 championship course.

CROSS CREEK COUNTRY CLUB, 13050 Cross Creek Blvd., (239) 768-1922. An 18-hole, semi-private executive course.

CROWN COLONY GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB, 8851 Colony Crown Blvd., (239) 590-9044. An 18-hole, Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary.

Eagle Ridge Drive, (239) 768-1888. An 18-hole, 6,500-yard championship course with pro-shop and snack bar.

EASTWOOD GOLF COURSE, 4600 Bruce Herd Lane, (239) 321-7487. An 18-hole, 6,772-yard, par-72 course.

FORT MYERS COUNTRY CLUB, 3591 McGregor Blvd., (239) 321-7488. Host to The Coors Open, a Pro-Am golf tournament that began in 1963.

GATEWAY GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB, 11360 Championship Drive, (239) 561- 1036. Hosts five major tournaments and 11 casual tournaments through- out the year.

GOLFVIEW GOLF AND RACQUET CLUB, 14849 Hole-in-One Circle, (239) 489- 2264. The low-handicap golfer may opt to drive across the 4.5-acre lake
on four holes, while the less skilled can stay inland with shorter tee shots.

HERITAGE PALMS GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB, 10420 Washingtonia Palm Way, (239) 278-9090. Two 18-hole championship courses. Repeatedly voted Lee County’s No. 1 Country Club for Golf Course and Restaurant by subscribers of The News-Press in Fort Myers.

THE HIDEAWAY COUNTRY CLUB, 5670 Trailwinds Drive, (239) 275-6232. An 18-hole, par-67, presidential-length, 5,002-yard course. Open to the public in summer.

LEXINGTON COUNTRY CLUB, 16257 Willowcrest Way, (239) 437-3380. Water hazards come into play on 17 holes. There are also 88 sand bunkers on the course.

RIVERBEND GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB, 6270 River Club Court, (239) 240-8125. An 18-hole, semi-private, executive, par-60, 3,075-yard course.

SAN CARLOS GOLF CLUB, 7420 Constitution Circle, (239) 267-3131. An 18-hole, semi-private course. Practice facilities include an aqua driving range, pitching and chipping area, practice bunker and a large putting green.

SHELL POINT GOLF CLUB, 17401 On Par Blvd., (239) 433-9790. An 18-hole course designed by Gordon Lewis, with eight tees on every hole.

TERRAVERDE COUNTRY CLUB, 17000 Terraverde Circle, Fort Myers. (239) 433-7733. A nine-hole, 1,260-yard course.



DEL TURA GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB, 18621 N. Tamiami Trail, (239) 731-7814. A 27-hole, Presidential course. Amenities include a full-service restaurant and pro-shop.

EL RIO GOLF CLUB, 1801 Skyline Drive, (239) 995-2204. An 18-hole, par-60, 3,004-yard executive course.

HERONS GLEN GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB, 2250 Avenida Del Vera, (239) 731-4520. An 18-hole, par-72, 6,375-yard semi-private course.

PELICAN PRESERVE GOLF CLUB, 9802 Pelican Reserve Blvd., (239) 985-1707. Twenty-seven holes of championship golf by renowned course architect Chip Powell.

SABAL SPRINGS GOLF & RACQUET CLUB, 3347 Sabal Springs Blvd., (239) 731-0101. Semi-private, 18-hole, 3,279- yard, par-60 course.



CAPTIVA COURSE, South Seas Island Resort, 5400 Plantation Road, (866) 565-5089. A Gulf-side, nine-hole, 1,394-yard, par-27 course open to guests of the resort.

THE DUNES GOLF & TENNIS CLUB, 949 Sand Castle Road, (239) 472-2535. An 18-hole, par-70, 5,570-yard course.

Par View Drive, (239) 472-2626. An 18-hole, par-70, semi-private course.




CITY OF MARCO ISLAND RACQUET CENTER, 1275 San Marco Road, (239) 394-5454. Two hard-surface courts and six Har-Tru clay courts, all lighted. Two indoor racquetball courts.



ARTHUR L. ALLEN TENNIS CENTER, 735 Eighth St. S., (239) 213-3060. Twelve lighted Hydro-grid Har-Tru courts. Leagues, clinics, lessons and other social events available to all.

EAST NAPLES COMMUNITY PARK, 3500 Thomasson Drive, (239) 793-4414. Eight lighted clay tennis courts, two lighted racquetball courts, soccer and softball fields, walking trail, lighted skate park, roller hockey rink and community center.

GOLDEN GATE COMMUNITY PARK, 3300 Santa Barbara Blvd., (239) 252- 6128. Four lighted tennis and racquetball courts, baseball and soccer/ football fields, playground, paved fitness trail, boat ramp, bocce and shuffleboard courts.

MARY C. WATKINS TENNIS CENTER, 851 Gulf Shore Blvd. N., (239) 435-4351. Six Har-Tru clay courts and pro shop.

VETERANS COMMUNITY PARK, 1895 Veterans Park Drive, (239) 566-2367. Four lighted tennis courts, four racquetball courts and more.

VINEYARDS COMMUNITY PARK, 6231 Arbor Blvd., (239) 353-9669. Four lighted, comfort-cushioned tennis courts and four racquetball courts. Hosts ralleyball for kids.



BAY OAKS RECREATION CENTER, 2731 Oak Road, Fort Myers Beach, (239) 765-4222. Four outdoor tennis courts operated by the town of Fort Myers Beach.

BROOKS COMMUNITY PARK, 50 South Road, off U.S. 41 just south of Page Field, (239) 229-1610. Four tennis courts at a 10-acre park. Dawn to dusk daily.

FORT MYERS RACQUET CLUB, 1700 Matthew Drive, (239) 931-0015. Eight lighted clay courts, two hard courts, club house with snack bar.,

RUTENBERG COMMUNITY PARK, 6500 South Pointe Blvd., (239) 229-1610. Eight tennis courts on a 40-acre park. Baseball and football.

WA-KE HATCHEE PARK RECREATION CENTER, 16760 Bass Road, (239) 432- 2154. Four tennis courts, four pickle ball courts, dog park, playground and pavilion.



SANIBEL ISLAND GOLF CLUB, 1100 Par View Drive, (239) 472-9099. Five Hydro-grid courts, pro-shop.

THE DUNES GOLF & TENNIS CLUB, 949 Sand Castle Road, (239) 472-3522. Seven Har-Tru courts, clinics, full-service pro shop, weekly tournaments.


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