From the Estero Chamber of Commerce:
This captivating community is a sanctuary, a haven of natural beauty and up-to-date amenities.
The Estero River is a scenic ribbon of fresh water that threads to Estero Bay, a treasured and protected aquatic preserve. Native trees dapple the sunlight along its route, wrapping visitors in the sounds of nature. Egrets and herons tiptoe through the shallows
undisturbed while roseate spoonbills sweep the waters for bits of food. During spring mating season the spoonbills are a wonder to watch as their feathers blush pink against the late afternoon sun.
Estero nurtures nature in an area of Southwest Florida that the “native residents”—from deer to raccoons, songbirds to butterflies—call home. People, too, are drawn to this unique destination, attracted by an unhurried lifestyle and top-notch amenities:
shopping, healthcare, entertainment, and a thriving business community.
Ideally located between Naples and Bonita Springs to the south and Fort Myers to the north, Estero offers easy access to I-75 and U.S. 41, the area’s major north-south corridors. Florida Gulf Coast University, an accredited member of the state’s university
system, is just minutes away. So is Southwest Florida International Airport, which boasts Foreign Trade Zone status.
Excellent schools, exceptional healthcare facilities, two major performing arts centers, numerous museums and art galleries, unlimited recreational opportunities and a wealth of housing options are all available in the Estero area. Year-round sunshine perfectly
complements the numerous golf courses, tennis courts, miles of bike paths, canoe and nature trails—and, of course, the shimmering Gulf of Mexico, just minutes away.
Estero is prepared to welcome you, your family, your business and your employees with attractive wages and cost of living, an incomparable lifestyle, and a family oriented community with hometown values.
We look forward to meeting you!