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Since it was founded in 1957, much of Cape Coral's attention and development over the last 60+ years has stayed in the south. With little room left to grow, the NW is now the hottest location to buy property in Lee County, or anywhere in SW Florida. Whether you are a young couple looking to start your family in the Sunshine State or a retiree who has earned your "fun in the sun", NW Cape Coral has limitless options for you to enjoy living your life!
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Mariner High School - 701 Chiquita Blvd N, Cape Coral, FL 33993
Phone: (239) 772-3324, School district of Lee County
Mariner Middle School - 425 Chiquita Blvd N, Cape Coral, FL 33993
Phone: (239) 772-1848 , School district of Lee County
Hector A. Cafferata Elementary School - 250 Santa Barbara Blvd N,
Cape Coral, FL 33993
Phone: (239) 458-7391, School district of Lee County
Oasis Elementary North - 2817 SW 3rd Ln, Cape Coral, FL 33991
Phone: (239) 283-4511, School district of Lee County
NW Cape Coral Canal Map
Enjoy 14-acres of water slides, pools and fun at Southwest Florida’s largest waterpark. Relax on our gently drifting Main Stream River Tube Ride. Thrill at the high-speed excitement of such scream-worthy slides as the Cape Fear, Fun-L-Tunnel, Zoom Flume and 457-foot Electric Slide & Power Surge. No matter what kind of water activities you enjoy, Sun Splash Family Waterpark is the perfect place to splash all summer-long.
Set on 18.7 acres in NW Cape Coral, Jim Jeffers Park is one of the City's most popular athletic parks since opening in June 2007. Its mega playground, which was designed as an inclusive and completely accessible structure, is one of the largest of its kind in the state.
Coral Oaks Golf Course is an 18-hole, Arthur Hills designed, championship course built within a century old oak hammock. The course boasts large TifEagle greens, contoured fairways, and rich natural surroundings.
This 8 acre environmental park is a great place to enjoy viewing manatees, especially in the cooler months, as well as fishing throughout the year.
This 4.5 acre boat launch facility provides access to the North West Spreader canal and lake system, as well as Matlacha Pass and the Gulf of Mexico.
This beautifully landscaped 7 acre neighborhood park offers a quaint atmosphere for a leisurely walk, afternoon workout, picnic with the kids, or family gathering.
This new city park will feature several scenic walking paths, kayak and boat ramps, a sand beach with sand volley ball, and a large playground.