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Cape Coral Living Magazine

Cape Coral Living: January/February 2018 Issue

Jan 03, 2018 08:00AM ● By Kevin
The Jan/Feb issue is packed with activity! We'll help you find ways to enjoy all the natural wonders for which this area is famous, whether you do that by going on a quiet hike, playing a round of golf, hitting a tennis ball, paddling a kayak or participating in something a little more extreme.

Read some of our top stories below.

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Cape Corals Iwo Jima Monument was moved to the Veterans Memorial Area of the park in 1997 Photo courtesy of Cape Coral Parks  Recreation

Gem Hidden in Plain View: Four Mile Cove ‘Eco Park’ is glimpse of days gone by

Just north of Veteran's Parkway on the banks of the Caloosahatchee River is Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve, which provides a glimpse of the area's appearance before the Cape was a city. Read More » 


Rock climbing takes concentration and physical agility With the right gear and adequate training its a sport that many can enjoy Photo courtesy of Alec Kratoska

Teaming Up to Tackle New Heights: SWFL rock climbers have patience, perseverance

Experience the Challenge LLC is an adventure sports and fitness-based company known as Hang Xtreme Rock Climbing. The owners are also the organizers of SW Florida Rock Climbing Meet Up. Read More » 


Photo courtesy of PGI Homes

Tudor Villas: Building the estate home of your dreams

Since 1981, Tudor Villas has contributed to some of Southwest Florida’s finest communities, including Cape Harbour, Captiva Island and Old Naples—more than 1,000 homes and counting. Read More » 


Photo courtesy of The Shell Factory  Nature Park

Shell Factory & Nature Park is Southwest Florida’s Top Family Entertainment Destination

“The Shell Factory is a place that grows on you,” says Rick Tupper, the company’s CFO and marketing director. “It’s really an old Florida roadside attraction on steroids." Read More » 


A member of the RSea Hawks Cape Coral Flying Club pilots a homemade replica airplane at Seahawk Park as another club member looks on Photo courtesy RSea Hawks Cape Coral Flying Club

Into the Wind! Barnstorming radio aircraft enthusiasts take flight at Seahawk Park

With some 340 members, the R/Sea Hawks Cape Coral Flying Club is one of the nation’s 10 largest. Read More » 


Nine Florida Staycations for Outdoors Lovers

Hotels that encourage their guests to unwind and unplug. Read More »