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Bayshore Village is located in North Fort Myers, FL in Lee County. Fort Myers, also known as the "City of Palms", is nestled along the Caloosahatchee River, and is the entryway to Southwest Florida and provides countless recreation opportunities to entice residents and visitors, including gorgeous spans of beaches and bountiful parks. There are dozens of museums, sporting events, dinner theatres and historical landmarks close to our community.

There is always something to do in the Fort Myers area for all ages! Golfing, ice-skating, nature walks, a hands-on museum, waterpark, planetarium and much more for you to enjoy!

Or, if you like moving at a more relaxing pace, Lee County features coastlines and numerous islands offering many beaches for sunbathing, shell collecting or sunset strolls.

Medical Centers & Hospitals


Southwest Florida International Airport (Airport Code: RSW) is located less than 20 miles from Bayshore Village and is one of the top 50 U.S. airports for passenger traffic. Today, 20 airline partners serve RSW with nonstop service throughout North America and international service to Canada and Germany. With flights to major gateways like Atlanta, Chicago, New York and more, travelers have access to convenient connections worldwide.

LeeTran provides public transportation between 5:00am and 9:45pm on Monday through Saturday, and a limited service on Sundays. For your convenience, a bus stop is located adjacent to the community.


There are many places to shop close to Bayshore Village. Whether you are looking to do your grocery shopping, pick up your prescriptions, or something for yourself, you'll be sure to find it within a short commute.

Downtown Fort Myers offers newly renovated shops, bistros, clothing and jewelry boutiques, art galleries, antiques, and sidewalk cafes. Below are some Fort Myers shopping areas:

Bell Tower Shops
Located at the intersection of US41 and Daniels Parkway, this newly renovated plaza has over 50 boutiques, specialty shops and restaurants.

Gulf Coast Town Center
Located at the intersection of I-75 and Alico Road

Tanger Outlet Center
Tanger Outlets has over 45 brand name manufacturer and designer outlet stores offering merchandise including apparel, footwear, housewares and gifts.

Fleamaster's Fleamarket
This 400,000 square foot market has more than 900 shops and restaurants. It is the ideal shopping venue for tourists, with its plethora of souvenirs, collectibles, and arts and crafts. Fleamaster's is located on SR 82, 1-1/4 miles west of I-75. Free parking and free admissions.

Miromar Outlets
Miromar Outlets features more than 120 top designer and great brand name manufacturers' outlets.

Medical Centers & Hospitals

Lee Memorial Health System:
Many of Lee Memorial Health Systems' hospitals are listed amongst the top 100 hospitals in the United States. Cape Coral Hospital is recognized for its orthopedic services, HealthPark Medical Center for Cardiology and its Intensive Care Unit (ICU), and Lee Memorial Hospital for stroke, orthopedics, and ICU.


Islands and Beaches
Barrier Islands: North Captiva, Cayo Costa, Gasparilla Island
Popular with residents and tourists alike, Lee County's northern barrier islands are only accessible by boat. A great getaway or day trip!

Sanibel and Captiva Islands
Beautiful barrier islands have balanced growth with concern for nature and wildlife. World famous for shelling, fishing, and the J.N. "Ding" Darling Wildlife Preserve.

Cape Coral
Tucked behind Sanibel, near the mouth of the Caloosahatchee River, Cape Coral's riverfront sandy beach and public fishing pier are open to residents and visitors year round. Amenities include BBQ grills, picnic shelters, restaurant, and a children's play area. Miles of canals weave through Cape Coral, providing waterfront vistas in many places.

Fort Myers Beach
The Town Square near the pier is a great people-watching spot. Along Estero Boulevard there are many beach access points, allowing the public to enjoy the pristine white sands.

Lover's Key
Located south of Fort Myers Beach and North of Bonita, Lover's Key is a wonderful family recreation area. Carl E. Johnson Park boasts: wide sandy beaches; clean, clear water; and the feeling of being "away from it all" - yet close to amenities. The park entrance is between New Pass and Big Carlos Pass.

Bonita Beach
The southernmost beach in Lee County, Bonita Beach is lined with Australian pine trees. Public parking and restaurants are available; it's a great beach for strolling and enjoying the scenery.

Caloosahatchee River
Majestic and peaceful, the Caloosahatchee River Waterfront is part of the downtown business community and a popular recreation destination for fishing, waterskiing, sight seeing, and eco-tours.

Fishing and Boating
Southwest Florida's coastline offers plenty of opportunities for fishermen to enjoy backwater, offshore, fly and flats fishing. The Gulf Coast has many artificial reefs, providing rich ecosystems ideal for deep-water fishing. The backwater or backcountry areas include bays, creeks and mangrove swamps.

Or, take a cruise along the Caloosahatchee River or along the Intercoastal Waterway to Lake Okeechobee from the Yacht Basin in downtown Fort Myers. Alternatively, head out towards the Gulf of Mexico on cruises which depart either from the Yacht Basin, from the Marina at Fort Myers Beach, or from Port Sanibel Marina. On these cruises, you can take in the views of Southwest Florida's Gulf Coast with its many islands, watch dolphins swimming alongside the boat, or just sunbathe on deck and relax. If you fancy a longer trip, you can even venture as far as the Florida Keys and stroll around Key West. Most cruises provide cocktails and lunch/dinner, and some even offer music and dancing.

Southwest Florida has over 130 public and private golf courses, with over 50 in the Fort Myers area (Estero, Cape Coral, Lehigh Acres, Sanibel Island, Bonita Springs and Venice). This region has earned a reputation of having some of the most sought after golf courses in the world.


Fort Myers has its share of restaurant chains, as well as many independent restaurants offering a wide choice of international cuisine. Southwest Florida's coastline offers excellent fishing with many restaurants featuring fresh seafood. The Florida weather is ideal for eating alfresco and many offer outdoor dining patios. If you want to combine dinner with entertainment, consider attending Dinner Theatre or board the Seminole Gulf Railway's Murder Mystery Dinner Train. In addition to many restaurants, Lee County also has a casino, and several venues where you can see a Broadway production or a concert. Below is a list of some of these venues:

Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
Largest proscenium stage in Southwest Florida where Broadway's best, "The Phantom of the Opera," "Beauty and the Beast," and last season's "Mamma Mia" grace the stage; as well as legendary stars, such as Tony Bennett and Johnny Mathis.

Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre
Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre is Southwest Florida's top entertaining destination. The theatre provides top quality entertainment, along with award-winning meals, all at a true value.

Florida Repertory Theatre
Florida Repertory Theatre is Southwest Florida's only professional regional theatre.

Seminole Casino
Try your luck at the Seminole Casino in Immokalee! Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the Seminole Casino has high paying gaming machines, live action poker and award winning dining.

Southwest Florida Symphony
Lee County's Resident Professional Symphony offers Classical, Pops, Chamber Orchestra Concerts.

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