Florida Adventure

Francesca #33

Day One Calusa Heritage Trail

Today you will be going to the annual Calusa Heritage trail on Saturday, March 10 at Pineland. The Environmental Changes are the theme event this year, which takes place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Calusa Heritage Trail, located at 13810 Waterfront Drive, Pineland, in scenic, historic Pine Island. Admission is free for RRC members and children under 12, and for all others admission is $5. Complimentary parking for the festival will be at the Pineland Marina with handicapped and bicycle parking on-site at the Trail entrance. Please carpool, if possible.

Day Two Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium

Monday, March 11th, 10am

3450 Ortiz Ave

Fort Myers, FL

When you walk through the Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium you and your family can learn about Southwest Florida's history. There are many educational programs that allow visitors to look up close and personal view of some of their popular creatures. These creatures include skunks, a raccoons, foxes, Butterflies Aviary, and an Audubon Aviary which gives birds homes permanently.



Day Three Calusa Everglades National Park

The calusa national park has History and culture of Florida. youcan learn about the Florida Panther. This National Parks have many of our most beautiful landscapes. Some history facts are American indians lived on this land. People found homes of American indians.