Bunche BeachCurrently Open
- Address: 18201 John Morris Rd, Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931, United States
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +1-2397656794
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Beach, Off Beaten Path, Walking Area, Family And Kids
Tucked away in the quiet havens of the beaten track path, this is a little paradise with kayaking and canoeing options for the enthusiasts. It is an unconquered and serene beach, with soft white sand and the world to explore. The water is warm and light, with sea shells strewed all over. One can visit this beach if they are looking for some peace and serenity. One can visit this place to have nice weekend getaway, which will seem like an almost private beach. A pair of beach chairs and a platter of cheese and you are good to go!
- Entry is free.
- $2 per hour parking fee (upto 100 vehicles).
- Closes at dusk.
- Closes at sunset.
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64.9% of people who visit Fort Myers include Bunche Beach in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
41.67% of people start their Bunche Beach visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Bunche Beach
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Bunche Beach
Always passed the sign for this turn off of Summerlin Road but never ventured down the path til recently. Pleasantly surprised to find plentiful parking and long narrow beach practically deserted despite the beautiful day. Enjoyed reading the historical significance of this beach and the unfortunate history.
I love this beach despite the fact that the water is not the best for swimming. This is not a beach I go to for the purpose of swimming although the kids do enjoy walking through and playing in the water. They have amazing sunset views and the wildlife we encounter is always awesome. We see various species of crabs both on the shore and in the water. We see lots of birds and various other sea creatures like mollusks and others that we cannot identify. The tide here is typically extremely low and my son likes to venture out on the "islands" created. They have decent sand for sand play. The bathrooms are further down and you have to walk to them. The parking costs per hour and I do not know what because I have a parking pass for Lee County. The one downside to this beach is that the insects can be very bad, I highly recommend bug spray but even that can be iffy as they are primarily noseeums that get us. They are especially bad in the shade and around dawn/dusk. Nice beach to come walk and enjoy nature basically.
Been going to this beach for years. I like the sparseness better than overcrowded Fort Myers Beach. I also launch my raft here and the parking area is convenient. Beach had many dead fish due to red tide and affected my breathing so left early and had the effect for about 24 hours.
Nice beach for walking, watching the sun set, or a photo shoot! Away from the busier beaches of the area, Beautiful wildlife maybe seen here. Usually not densly populated by humans, parking maybe found near the beach though the other parking area is not far up the trail. Kayak rentals are available on site.
Nice place to go for a walk on the beach. Especially at low tide.