Sleep Inn & Suites
806 Kings Highway
Port Charlotte, FL 33980
Phone: (941) 613-6300
Fax: (941) 613-6310
Enjoy a fun outing with your family and friends at Port Charlotte Beach Park. This park is known for its beach activities like kayaking and canoeing. Apart from this, you can fish with your friends or play at their basketball, tennis, bocce and volleyball courts. Port Charlotte Beach Park also features a public swimming pool and houses multiple picnic areas and playground for your recreation.
The historic A. C. Freeman House is a museum of local history that operated by the Punta Gorda Historical Society. It was built in 1903 in a beautiful Queen Anne style of architecture and is featured on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors are welcome during the week and tour guides are also available.
Feel close to nature as you visit the scenic Ollie's Pond Park. This park is known for housing different species of birds and is a popular bird-watching spot. In addition to this, Ollie's Pond Park features a beautiful pond to fish at and houses nature trails. You can get your furry-friend along for a walk as this park is dog-friendly.
Enjoy a fun day outing with your loved ones with a visit to North Charlotte Regional Park. This park features baseball, soccer and softball fields to enjoy a game. In addition to these, it features golf course, walking trails and is known for its scenic beauty. You can relax as you fish at this park, or bring your furry-friend along for a walk at North Charlotte Regional Park/
The eminent El Jobean Post Office and General Store is a distinguished historic site situated at El Jobean in Florida, United States. It is precisely located at 4370 Garden Road. It was constructed in 1923. Although it is remarked as vacant on the National Register, the Post Office and General Store is completely restored and fully operational. It is a great avenue for tourists to visit the site and have a glimpse of the Charlotte County's engaging history. The site has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1999.
Jelks Preserve is a beautiful place to observe various animals and birds in their natural habitat. The trails around the preserve are perfect for hikers.
Englewood, like most other towns and cities of the ‘Sunshine State’, is blessed with a gorgeous beach, with clear blue-green waters and a white sandy shore. A census-designated place in the Sarasota and Charlotte counties, Englewood lies by the Lemon Bay, and has a lot to offer the discerning tourist.
The Boca Grande region is bestowed with a distinctive marina in the name of the esteemed Whidden's Marina. The site was established by Sam Whidden in the year 1926, and since than the site has been maintained by the Whidden family. The marina has also been included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
Boca Grande is nestled on the Southwest coast of Florida and is known for its pristine beaches, blue waters and top-notch fishing. It is also a haven for photographers, anglers and nature lovers. It is also home to its namesake pass which is among the deep natural channels in the state and known for its tarpon population. This quaint community has an old-worldly charm to it. Shop at stores with unique items from all across the globe or dine at local eateries for fresh seafood. From golfing, kayaking, sailing to fishing and sailing, there is plenty that you can do. Beach combers will find various shells that are indeed treasures and not a common sight.
The Nature Park at The Shell Factory should be on your must visits when in Fort Myers. The park boasts of a 7,000 square feet Rainforest Aviary, the Butterfly Garden, an animal museum, the Gator slough, a petting zoo and a lot more. With one of the largest exhibits of wild animals and birds, including prairie dogs, bobcats, Giant Hissing cockroaches, Prevost squirrels, raccoons, etc., animal lovers are sure to have a great time here. The park museum is home to some of the most exclusive species of snakes, alligators, toads and other creepy-crawlies. Go here for a wild escapade!
Shamrock Park & Nature Center is a beautiful park that also serves as a habitat for many birds and animals. The park has a cute play area and it is also home to a butterfly garden.
With its soft, white sand and clear, blue waters, the Caspersen Beach beckons travelers and locals alike. The beach is very well maintained and is perfect for a day out with families.