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Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve

#5 of 51 things to do in Cape Coral Features Animals
East End of SE 23 Terrace, Cape Coral, FL
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Great place for a walk in nature

Enjoyed a great walk through the park, there's more to do; so take your family and friends, enjoy... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
BigDon H
via mobile
interesting visit

I went with my mom and daughter, without really planning the visit. It was very hot that day, make... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2017
Ericka C
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“nice walk” (29 reviews)
“rent kayaks” (7 reviews)
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East End of SE 23 Terrace, Cape Coral, FL
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Enjoyed a great walk through the park, there's more to do; so take your family and friends, enjoy nature and all it's wonders, plus get a healthy walk in the process.

Thank BigDon H
Reviewed 3 May 2017

I went with my mom and daughter, without really planning the visit. It was very hot that day, make sure to bring fluids to stay hydrated. Also make sure to wear sunscreen and bug repellent. Other than that it was fun! My daughter enjoyed the...More

Thank Ericka C
Reviewed 27 April 2017

We stopped here one morning during our vacation in Cape Coral. The walkway was very well maintained and we really enjoyed the walk. We found the map posted in the visitors area to not be accurate, but we still found our way around okay. All...More

Thank Kelly D
Reviewed 12 April 2017

This was the nearest preserve to where we were staying, you can see it from the main road but getting to it is a little awkward, need a good sat nav. No charge for parking or entrance & a nice memorial to the fallen in...More

Thank broggy57
Reviewed 6 April 2017

This is what Cape Coral must have looked like before it was paved with highways and residential developments. A well maintained boardwalk makes for easy walking amidst native mangroves and an assortment of other plantlife, with good signage describing the habitat. My late morning walk...More

Thank HLaurie
Reviewed 3 April 2017

Beautiful day...Beautiful scenery...Beautiful weather. A fantastic walk through the Florida nature...

Thank chrissy7646
Reviewed 31 March 2017 via mobile

Great walk platforms entire park great for handicap, wheelchairs and walkers. Love it! Peacefull and mostly shaded on entire walk. Benches for rest breaks also.

Thank gregsT771MH
Reviewed 31 March 2017

We rent a condo very close to the preserve! We have been there twice. We have seen two other Iwo Gima memorials and this one didn't disappoint us. While there we took a long walk on the wood walkway and walked out to the water....More

Thank Dee C
Reviewed 28 March 2017

Memorial was very touching, but only saw one racoon. No other widelife at all, no gators, hardly any birds. What a shame.

Thank Redtilimdead
Reviewed 20 March 2017

Great place to see examples of the plants and flora that is typical for this part of Florida. Well kept boardwalk

Thank RLStoudt
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Jacki S
An address would be nice.
21 February 2017|
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Response from phelpsi | Reviewed this property |
We did a google search. Put it in the GPS and we were there
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Bluemermaid25
The kayak trail has an 800' portage. I feel that we are able to handle it, but has anyone done this? Is it totally muddy? Or is it dry and easy?
7 January 2017|
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Response from Hoochiesmama | Reviewed this property |
This depends on the season. Obviously if we have had much rain, the area gets mucky. Winter is considered dry season, and there are not the mosquitos to contend with either. Enjoy!!
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Lexi Z
Can you ride bikes here?
22 December 2016|
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Response from Susan J | Reviewed this property |
Regarding bike riding, it's more of a walking park! You can bike to the park and enjoy the walk once you get there!
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