While most visitors to the Fort Myers area like to engage in some kind of evening entertainment, not everyone likes to stay out until last call. These early entertainment options will ensure you get back to your base camp in time for a good night's rest.
Sunsets are a big deal in Southwest Florida especially on the Gulf of Mexico. Area beaches are widely accessible and the viewing from here is free, minus a possible parking fee.
Watching a sunset on the water rather than the shore is extra special, and if you’re aboard the Pieces of Eight Pirate Ship, it's also extra fun. The 65-foot Spanish Galleon-style ship sets sail earlier in the day as well.
Another fun activity that won't keep you out too late is baseball, assuming there are no extra innings. The Fort Myers Miracle, a minor league team of the Minnesota Twins, play every April through September with both day and night games. Not only is it fun to watch these players on their way up to the big leagues, team owners put a big emphasis on entertaining fans, with unique promotions and events.
The best part of most of these 10Best early activities is that they are free or cost very little to enjoy, that is unless your luck runs out at the Naples Fort Myers Greyhound Racing Track.