Harns Marsh Fort Myers

Harns Marsh Lehigh Acres | 308/365 Things to Do

Harns Marsh a a very lovely quiet preserve in Lee County, Florida. It is paradise for bird watchers. You can often find Snail Kite, Limpkin and other wading birds along with ducks, sandhill cranes and numerous other birds. You can also see an occasional alligator and turtle.

Harns Marsh has a very well maintained trail that is approximately four miles around. This is also a good area to fish from shore or from a kayak. You could picnic here but there is nothing on site such as public toilets and only one bench on the path.

Harns Marsh is open from 7 AM to 6 PM daily. It is a bit hard to find but well worth the effort to get there. The address of Harns Marsh is 38th St W, Fort Myers, FL You should do a search on Google Maps and directions will lead you right there.

If you are looking for fun things to do a trip to Harns Marsh is a short and sweet path to view great wildlife.

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