Welcome to Bonita Springs
The destination is famous for its beautiful beaches, elegant homes, plentiful outdoor adventures and welcoming local community, it’s easy to see why Bonita Springs has become one of Southwest Florida’s most desirable beach-side locations.
Downtown Bonita Springs has the charm and elegance of old-fashioned Florida but with the modern vibrancy of a town on the rise. The area is heaving with beautiful historic buildings and vintage homes, as well as some must-see historic landmarks. Downtown Bonita Springs is slated for redevelopment with significant municipal support from the City of Bonita Springs.
As well as the splendid restaurants, and historic landmarks of Downtown Bonita Springs, the impressive beaches and natural landscapes surrounding the town allow residents to enjoy a wide range of activities such as fishing, golf, boat tours, scuba diving, and strolls through breathtaking natural parks. Explore its one-of-a-kind nature.
The Bonita Springs Riverside Park is located on Old US 41 Road in Bonita Springs and sits on the Imperial River. The park is used for holiday celebrations, art shows, festivals, Movies in the Park, and the Celebrate Bonita Festival.
Bonita Beach Park – a 2.5-acre (10,000 m2) beachfront park that features a boardwalk and swimming area. Sand dunes and coastal vegetation surround a gazebo and picnic shelters.
Barefoot Beach Preserve Park – is 342 acres (1.38 km2) of natural land and one of the last undeveloped barrier islands on Florida's southwest coast.
The northern border of Bonita Springs is shared with Lover's Key State Park, a 1,616-acre (6.54 km2) park made up of four barrier islands. The park features nature trails for hiking and bicycling, a canoe launch, kayak and canoe rentals, acres of unspoiled mangroves, and miles of pristine beaches. A haven for wildlife, the islands, and their waters are home to West Indian Manatees, bottlenose dolphins, roseate spoonbills, marsh rabbits, and bald eagles.