• New! Scheduled to catch a beautiful sunset, participants will explore tidal creeks and winding mangrove tunnels extending into the hidden backwaters of Estero Bay as only a kayaker can. This unique tour offers rare opportunity to experience the abundant life within our estuary in the quiet of twilight. Reservations required by calling 239-765-0865. COST: $45 per person, Museum admission included (MH Members $15) All paddling equipment provided. Weather permitting. Maximum of 12 paddlers. Weather permitting, park down at the Mound House and check in with Dexter at the kayak launch. Questions about the trip? Check the program description or call Dexter Norris at 239-339-3447 Length of tour 2 Hour Arrive how many minutes before 15 mins Pre sales cut off time 2 hours before the tour begins Items to bring Sunscreen, sunglasses, water, water shoes, hat, snacks, comfortable clothing. Items Supplied All kayaking equipment including safety equipment is included. Tandem kayaks. Lockers available for personal items.
  • New! Scheduled to catch a full moon, participants will explore tidal creeks and winding mangrove tunnels extending into the hidden backwaters of Estero Bay as only a kayaker can. This unique tour offers rare opportunity to experience the abundant life within our estuary in the quiet of twilight by the light of the full moon. Reservations required 239-765-0865. COST: $45 per person (MH Members $15) All paddling equipment provided. Weather permitting. Maximum of 12 paddlers. Weather permitting, park down at the Mound House and check in with Dexter at the kayak launch. Questions about the trip? Check the program description or call Dexter Norris at 239-339-3447 Length of tour 2 Hour Arrive how many minutes before 15 mins Pre sales cut off time 2 hours before the tour begins Items to bring Sunscreen, sunglasses, water, water shoes, hat, snacks, comfortable clothing. Items Supplied All kayaking equipment including safety equipment is included. Tandem kayaks. Lockers available for personal items.
  • New! Scheduled to catch a full moon, participants will explore tidal creeks and winding mangrove tunnels extending into the hidden backwaters of Estero Bay as only a kayaker can. This unique tour offers rare opportunity to experience the abundant life within our estuary in the quiet of twilight by the light of the full moon. Reservations required 239-765-0865. COST: $45 per person (MH Members $15) All paddling equipment provided. Weather permitting. Maximum of 12 paddlers. Weather permitting, park down at the Mound House and check in with Dexter at the kayak launch. Questions about the trip? Check the program description or call Dexter Norris at 239-339-3447 Length of tour 2 Hour Arrive how many minutes before 15 mins Pre sales cut off time 2 hours before the tour begins Items to bring Sunscreen, sunglasses, water, water shoes, hat, snacks, comfortable clothing. Items Supplied All kayaking equipment including safety equipment is included. Tandem kayaks. Lockers available for personal items.
  • Tour with one of our educators to explore one of the area’s most unique sites. Discover the sites eclectic history starting with the Calusa Indians who settled on the property 2,000 years ago. Museum admission included Length of tour 45 mins Arrive how many minutes before 10 mins Pre sales cut off time Time Of Program
  • Tour with one of our educators to explore one of the area’s most unique sites. Discover the sites eclectic history starting with the Calusa Indians who settled on the property 2,000 years ago. Museum admission included Length of tour 45 mins Arrive how many minutes before 10 mins Pre sales cut off time Time Of Program
  • New! Join us for a marine touch tank experience and see up close what marine creatures the Calusa Indians depended on for survival. Explore various marine species found on Fort Myers Beach and learn about their important role in the environment and how they were utilized by the Calusa, early settlers and people today. Length of tour 45 mins Arrive how many minutes before 10 mins Pre sales cut off time Time Of Program
  • New! Join us for a marine touch tank experience and see up close what marine creatures the Calusa Indians depended on for survival. Explore various marine species found on Fort Myers Beach and learn about their important role in the environment and how they were utilized by the Calusa, early settlers and people today. Length of tour 45 mins Arrive how many minutes before 10 mins Pre sales cut off time Time Of Program