neighborhood of Cape Coral
features wide open spaces and roomy plots of land, perfect for nature lovers who still have a desire to live close enough to the action of the city. The waterways that flow through the neighborhood are popular for kayaking, canoeing, and boating. The Yellow Fever Creek Preserve, located at the north end of the neighborhood, covers 340 acres and provides a variety of hiking and horseback-riding trails.
Cape Coral is a coastal community located along the Southwest side of Florida, with a stretch of white-sand beaches along the Gulf Coast just minutes away. Known as the "Waterfront Wonderland," Cape Coral is home to more than 400 miles of canals, more than any other city in the world. The world-famous Captiva and Sanibel Island -- both well-known for their shell-filled beaches -- are less than 20 miles from Cape Coral.