Bonita Springs is The Gateway To The Gulf
Bonita Springs is a water sports town. There is more than one way to get there whether it is by car or boat. Our waterways, including the Imperial River, Oak Creek, Leitner Creek, Spring Creek, all connect to Estero Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. There are tons of water sports in the Bonita Springs and Estero, Florida areas. The latest pass time is standup paddleboarding. For those looking for an alternative to the standard kayak or canoe rental, standup paddleboard outfitters often included guided tours of mangrove estuaries and a little history lesson along the way.
Of course many of the homes in southwest Florida, such as homes in Bonita Farms, Brendan Cove, Serrano, Paradise Village, Plan of Riverside, Quail Creek, Heitmans, Pirates Cove and River Royale, offer gulf access via canals behind each private home. It’s the sportsman fisherman’s dream. Pleasure boaters often use floating pontoon or “party boats” to get around and leisurely take in the surroundings.
For those who do not live on a canal there are ample boat ramps located around Bonita Springs which offer public access to the beautiful waterways of Bonita Springs, Florida.