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Cape Coral Living Magazine

Cape Coral Living: March/April 2018 Issue

The ocean, the Gulf, rivers and lakes-this is where we long to be, or at least to be near. We'll bring you all things water related, from boating to fishing to seafood. So plan on curling up with our March/April issue and letting thoughts of ocean breezes inspire you.

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Photo courtesy of Tundra Homes

Tundra Homes: La Palma II Model Garners 7 Builders’ Showcase Awards

In 2017 the La Palma II model earned Tundra Homes president David Gydosh's company seven Cape Coral Construction Industry Association, or CCIA, Builders' Showcase Awards. Read More » 


Cape Corals Yacht Club Community Park has its own white sandy beach on the banks of the Caloosahatchee River Photo courtesy of Cape Coral Parks  Recreation

Yacht Club Community Park: Cape Coral’s Original Waterfront Landmark Opened in 1962

Located on the southern end of the Cape along the Caloosahatchee River, this public beach is part of Cape Coral’s Yacht Club Community Park. Read More » 


Capt Ben Chancey left and friend with a sailfish they hooked off Floridas east coast Photo courtesy of Capt Ben Chancey

Chew On This Charters: Local Extreme Fishing Company Offers Adrenaline Rush

His name is Capt. Ben Chancey, and he's been providing an enthusiastic clientele with a world-class fishing experience based out of Cape Coral since 2003. Read More » 


Water Workouts Swimming Isnt the Only Pool Exercise That Tones Your Whole Body - Feb 27 2018 0717AM

Water Workouts: Swimming Isn’t the Only Pool Exercise That Tones Your Whole Body

Think of combining exercise and water, and the first thing that comes to mind is swimming, but there’s much more to aqua fitness than the butterfly and breaststroke. Read More » 


The day dawns at the BabcockWebb Wildlife Management Area Photo by William R Cox

Babcock/Webb Wildlife Management Area: an outstanding local resource for outdoor recreation

Today the Babcock/Webb WMA encompasses 67,758 acres. This large property is a mosaic of many different native habitats, including the 395-acre Webb Lake and six artificial ponds. Read More » 


The Useppa Club Launch runs daily on a precise schedule Useppa Island is about a mile long and half a mile wide Photo by Nick Adams Photography

Useppa Boat Services Residents, Guests—and Employees

The 100-acre subtropical barrier island, offering an upscale yet low-key atmosphere, is just a 20-minute ride on the Useppa Club Launch. Read More »