Longtime guest Harold B. from Hartford, IL sent this charming photo of he and Loretta enjoying a surrey ride on their recent visit to Ocean’s Reach. These shaded four-wheeled bicycles (think pedal-powered golf carts) provide a great way to explore some off-the-beaten paths you can find on Sanibel! » Read more
Aaw — I think we’re in love!
Hi Ocean’s Reach!
We had a great time and our grandkids are already talking about going back next year!
We hope that even though we are on the wait list, something will come up so that we can be headed back to one of our all-time favorite spots. » Read more
The ever-popular Diner’s Delight coupon booklets — better known as the “Kiwanis Books” — are here!
A key fundraising vehicle for an assortment of Sanibel-Captiva Kiwanis Club scholarship programs, the Diner’s Delight coupon books feature promotional offers for more than two dozen favorite island eateries, valid May 1 – December 20, 2018.
This year’s participants include:
1. Blue Giraffe
2. The Bubble Room
3. » Read more
Longtime guest Marion B., from New York, NY shared this photo with us that she calls “Confab at Frannie’s Preserve” — How delightfully fitting!
The Frannie’s Preserve Extension Trail, the latest new trail from our friends at the Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation, has quickly become a favorite for guests of Ocean’s Reach.
It’s an easy bike ride to its entrance at the back of the Sanibel Community Playground on Periwinkle, » Read more
Faithful fans of Traders who have been eagerly awaiting the opening of its spin off restaurant — T2 — can now head over to The Village Shops and enjoy the new, more casual and slightly smaller restaurant for themselves.
T2 is more intimate than “big Traders,” and notably has outdoor, pet-friendly seating. Its menu shares some of Traders’ trademark dishes, but makes sure to highlight a unique character all its own. » Read more
Deeply rooted in Florida’s landscape, palm trees of all shapes, sizes and colors have made their way here over the years. Though hundreds of exotic palms have been imported to Florida, only a dozen are native to the state.
Dames at Sea tells the story of Ruby, who steps off a bus from Utah and into her first Broadway show. But hours before the opening night curtain is set to rise, the cast learns that their theater is being demolished. With the help of some adoring sailors, Ruby and the cast set a plan in motion to perform the show in a naval battleship.
The show is known for its exuberant choreography. » Read more