Population: 86,395

Living in Fort Myers, Florida:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Fort Myers, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Fort Myers what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Fort Myers is a very busy city during winter. Many snowbirds come down to enjoy the Florida weather. Despite being so busy, there are many outdoor activities that can be done. Naples is close enough and Naples has amazing restaurants. For students, there is less to compared to a big city, but this aspect helps with focusing on school.

Samantha, says: 2020

There is minimal winter. Southwest Florida does call for incredibly hot and humid summers. Rainy season lasts for approximately three months. Hurricanes may impact you directly or indirectly, as the bands can reach across the state from either the gulf or the east coast. It is an emerging area and is relatively close to beaches.

Heather, says: 2020

If you are considering moving to the Fort Myers, FL, area it is important to know this area is popular for tourists; especially between the months of September and April. The population increases as people from states that experience cold weather and brutal winters seek the warmth of sunny southwest Florida. Although the traffic of tourist season can be rough, the beautiful beaches and scenery make it all worth it.

Fort Myers is a large and growing city with many benefits to both those who reside there permanently and those who wish to visit as tourists. Take the Imaginarium which is nearby! It is a wonderful attraction for both adults and kids, for tourists and residents alike. Also, many beautiful beaches are also a great attraction for everybody year-round. Fort Myers features many popular and cool restaurants, shopping plazas and parks for both nature sighting and recreation.

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