Fort Myers Pet Friendly Vacation Rentals

It can sometimes be hard to find Fort Myers accommodations that will accept pets but not anymore. With the help of Owner Direct Vacation Rentals software, our system helps you search for all available Fort Myers vacation rentals that will accept pets during your specified dates. We have many pet friendly lodging options to choose from such as those in Avalon Bay, Bellamar, Bellasol, Calusa Palms, Colonial Country Club. As each owner sets their own pet policy, there are many owners that do allow dogs, cats and even other critters to stay at their vacation rental home in Fort Myers.

We have 2 pet friendly vacation rentals in Fort Myers resorts. For your next holiday or vacation, consider bringing your pet and staying at a vacation rental. From condos to villas to homes, there is an accommodation option for every type of group. Owner Direct's friendly and responsive customer service and detailed website can make finding that perfect pet friendly rental a breeze.

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  • 2br/2ba in Gated Gateway Communitywith Water View

    2br/2ba in Gated Gateway

    Fort Myers: Summerlin Village: Condo in a complex
    • 2 BDR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 4
    • #229960
    $112 to $112 USD/night Pet Friendly
    Enjoy this very nice, 2BR / 2BA Lake-View Condo....Pool / Jacuzzi / Bike Path / Grills / Gated.......Located at fabulous Summerwind Gateway Golf & Country Club ........Clean, safe, peaceful, furnished, lake-view, 2nd floor end unit condo to lease....... ...............Just minutes from the Airport, I-75, FGCU, Jet Blue Park, FM Beach, Yacht Club, Gulf Coast Town Center, Miromar Outlet Mall, Coconut Point mall, Fleamasters Flea-Market, Hospitals, Spring Training Ball Parks, Great Restaurants, Fantastic Shopping, Churches, and over 100+ Championship Golf Courses. Relax at the Pool/Hot-Tub, Walk / Jog the Scenic Waterfront Lake.
  • Soak in a Hot

    Soak in a Hot

    Fort Myers: Vacation Rental
    • 3 BDR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 6
    • #233114
    Credit Card Pet Friendly
    Soak in a hot tub overlooking the water, or laze the day away in a hammock: this 3BR, 2BA Fort Myers house (sleeps 8) is right on the canal and offers kayaks, bicycles, and fishing gear aplenty. Just a few miles from Fort Myers Beach and Sanibel Island!. Soak in a hot tub overlooking the water, or laze the day away in a hammock: this 3BR, 2BA Fort Myers house (sleeps 8) is right on the canal and offers kayaks, bicycles, and fishing gear aplenty. Just a few miles from Fort Myers Beach and Sanibel Island. INSIDE THE HOUSE Park in the spacious driveway next to a tropically landscaped front yard. Entry is into the lounge, where a 60” Vizio TV faces a full-size sleeper sofa and complementary wicker seating. A dining table for 4 leads into a tiled kitchen with brand new appliances, including an electric stove/oven, dishwasher, and Keurig machine. A well-stocked pantry has cookware, glassware, and pots, pans, and bowls galore. In the master bedroom, a queen-size bed overlooks the peaceful yard. There’s an en-suite bathroom with a walk-in shower, and lots of closet space for the shopaholic in your party. The washer and dryer can be found in the garage, which holds all sorts of extras. Bicycles, coolers, and fishing poles are available to help you make the most of the location. Pack ‘em up and head on out. An enclosed sun porch offers a second sitting area with a desk, seating, and a 32” TV with DVD player. There are lots of DVDs to choose from in the private library collection. If you fancy lounging in the yard, swaying gently in the breeze—and who doesn’t—there’s a lovely hammock at the ready. A glass door opens to the yard, where an enclosed patio has al fresco dining for 6 and a Weber grill. From the patio, the enormous backyard overlooks the canal. A full-sized hot tub stands in a sunny spot, and there’s ample lawn to run, play, or just spread out on a towel and sunbathe. The yard flows right down to the canal with beautiful water views. Borrow one of the kayaks that comes with the rental and head out onto the water. Back inside are 2 more bedrooms which share the 2nd bathroom, also with a walk-in shower. Bedroom 2 has a queen-size bed and 32” flatscreen TV. Bedroom 3 has 2 twin beds. THE LOCATION Perched on the edge of a canal a 5-minute walk from the Caloosahatchee River, this home’s peaceful location belies its convenience. It’s just 2 miles to the Sanibel Outlet Mall for those looking for gifts, and there's lots of eateries to choose from along San Carlos Boulevard w miles away, from casual Starbucks to the Osaka Japanese Boulevard. If you want to explore further, head out to Sanibel Island 10 miles away, or spread a towel at Fort Myers Beach. With kayaks, fishing gear and bicycles at your disposal, you’ll be able to make the most of this canal-front location on your own terms.

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Fort Myers News and Events

Annual Events Fort Myers, Florida

Grapefruit League - Boston Red Sox, Minnesota Twins vs. Regional Spring Training Teams (February): Enjoy spring training in Fort Myers.

Artfest Downtown Fort Myers (February): On the first weekend in February, ArtFest enlivens the Fort Myers waterfront with exceptional art, entertainment and children's art activities. At ArtFest, you'll discover high-quality, Made-in-USA original art by more than 200 artists.

Fort Myers Shrimp Festival (March): Giant nautical flea market, huge public boat auction, seafood vendors, marine kids zone, island and reggae music, and massive new and used boat corral. Find bargains, quality and a wide variety of fishing equipment and supplies at this fishing and boating trade event.

Annual Taste of the Beach (July): Not only will there be restaurants, live music, and plenty of entertaining activities, there will also be a business fair. This year, the chamber has decided to combine the Taste of the Beach with its annual business expo in the form of a business fair.

Fort Myers Beach Sandsculpting Festival (November): Over 1000 tons of sand will be piled and sculpted in to unbelievable works of art. More than any competition in Florida. For the first time in its history the American Championships will host both singles and doubles divisions.

Lonely Planet: Fort Myers
Just a sleepy resort town in 1885, Fort Myers was pretty enough to entice Thomas Edison to build his winter home here. Among his many visions was palm-lined avenues, which he kicked off with a gift of more than 800 trees. His arboreal legacy lives on, and today 14 miles of McGregor Blvd are lined with more than 2000 palms. It's a nice introduction to what's still a fairly sleepy town; would that the rest of it were as impressive.

See how the early innovators lived at the Edison & Ford Winter Estates. In addition to Edison's winter home, you'll see his laboratory, gardens and a museum dedicated to his work, as well as the estate Henry Ford bought next door and the largest banyan tree in the continental US.

Just north of Fort Myers, take a 90-minute swamp-buggy wildlife excursion through pinewoods, freshwater marsh and cypress swamp, led by Babcock Wilderness Adventure. - Fort Myers Parks & Playgrounds
Lynn Hall Memorial Park provides bathhouses and parking for beachgoers and people fishing from the 600 foot fishing pier. Balls bounce around the basketball, tennis and volleyball courts at Bay Oaks Recreation Center. Lover's Key State Recreation Area shelling rivals the neighboring island of Sanibel. Trams ferry visitors over Oyster Bay to Lover's Key Barrier Island. Visitors can rent kayaks and canoes and take boat tours of the area. Picnic areas and barbecue grills are conveniently located along the Lover's Key beaches.

The natural environment of the 16- acre Bowditch Point Park at the tip of Estero Island nourishes nature walkers and picnickers. The Matanzas Pass Wildlife Preserve, featuring an historical restored cottage, nurtures 42 acres of wilderness and provides sanctuary for native plants and animals. Boardwalks and bridges over trails allow visitors access to a pavilion along Estero Back Bay where birds such as ospreys and pelicans fish. People in fishing boats also cast their line in search of supper.

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