No trip to Sanibel Island is complete without a bike ride! With over 25 miles of bike trails, it’s the perfect way to see the natural beauty that Sanibel has to offer. Designated a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists, it’s perfect for cyclists of all ages. Don’t miss the 4-mile trail through J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge to see the beautiful flora and fauna that Sanibel has to offer.
Go for a sunset bike ride on the hard-packed sand of Fort Myers Beach or enjoy one of several scenic trails on the island. Black Island Trail Head and Matanzas Pass Preserve are favorites for locals and visitors alike. Lover’s Key State Park is also popular with over 5 miles of trails, playgrounds, a beach, and great fishing!
Quicky Scooters & Bikes – 1149 Estero Blvd, Fort Myers Beach, (239) 463-8000
Head east to Alva to explore Caloosahatchee Regional Park. With 768 acres and 20 miles of trails to explore, pack a picnic and plan to spend a quiet afternoon enjoying the beautiful Caloosahatchee River views. This park is in a rural area, approximately 1 hour from the resort. There are not bike rentals on property, so plan to bring your personal bike or rent one to transport.
The Bike Bistro – 20351 Summerlin Rd, Fort Myers, (239) 479-1999
The Bike Route– 8595 College Pkwy, Suite 200, Fort Myers, (239) 489-1162
EA Bicycles – 15630 McGregor Blvd, Fort Myers, (239) 415-6600
Trek Bicycles– 8291 Dani Dr, Fort Myers, (239) 931-6690