The beach is definitely our best feature here in southwest Florida, but sometimes you need to get out of the sand to have fun in the water. Cape Coral, Naples, and Fort Myers are all home to some great water play parks. On top of big water parks with slides and lazy rivers, we also have a few amazing free options for water fun.
Sun Splash Water Park – Cape Coral
400 Santa Barbara Boulevard, Cape Coral
With more than 14 acres of attractions, this huge water park has something for everyone. Whether your family wants to relax on a lazy river ride or get an adrenaline rush on a high-speed flume, each member of the family is sure to have a blast at the Sun Splash Water Park. There are so many attractions, you could spend the entire day exploring. The park is open weekends from March to September.
Fellowship Park – Cape Coral
2110 Chiquita Blvd. S., Cape Coral
Fellowship Park is located at Cape Christian Church. Open to the public seven days a week this park features two shaded play areas and a splash pad as well as basketball courts. There is also a café right in front of the splash pad where you can sit and watch the kids while they cool off.