Lee County, Sanibel Island, Captiva Island Map

Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Sanibel Maps, and all Lee County Florida Canal and Lot Maps

We often get questions about the many canals for boating in Lee County. Lee County Florida is a boaters paradise with locations like Cape Coral, the Caloosahatchee River, the intercoastal waterways, and all of the amazing boating locations in Fort Myers, Sanibel Island, Fort Myers Beach, and surrounding areas. The Lee County government has provided us with a free resource that is incredibly helpful for not only learning about the Cape Coral canal systems and waterways, including the canal depths but also an aerial view of the entire area with each individual piece of land plotted out and measured for us. The website for the map is https://leegis.leegov.com/LeeSpInS/. We can also provide you with bridge heights if you are looking at a canal home and have a bridge to boat under on the way to the Gulf. Contact us anytime with questions about the Lee County and Sanibel maps as well as waterfront homes in Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Sanibel, and all Lee County Florida.

The best part of the Sanibel Island, Cape Coral, Fort Myers, and most all Lee County canals is the fact that we have so many homes built along our waterways. Imagine walking out your back door to your majestic waterway where you can jump on your boat and go out for a day on the water. Fishing, dining, drinks, the amazing Southwest Florida beaches are all just minutes away on the water. Florida Luxury Realty specializes in waterfront and luxury homes. We can sell your waterfront and luxury home and save you thousands of dollars in your real estate transaction. The typical savings of selling a home with our flat fee commission plan equals is tens of thousands of dollars on most waterfront homes. 

Contact us for information on homes for sale on these beautiful waterways.

Lee County, Sanibel Island, Captiva Island Map

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