Visiting Lehigh Resort Club in the Shoulder Seasons

What are the shoulder seasons for Lehigh Acres, Fl?

Though Southwest Florida is a year-round destination, if you want to experience fewer rainy days, cooler temperatures, and lower tourist crowds, then a shoulder season getaway is perfect for you.
Shoulder seasons are the periods between active or peak seasons at destinations around the world. For Lehigh Acres, Florida, shoulder seasons occur during the fall and spring. Florida crowds tend to be highest in the summer, when kids are out of school, and in the winter when snowbirds and other visitors escape the icy cold of the north to experience the warm, sunny winters of the south.

In October, November, and December, monthly high temperatures average in the mid-80s, low-80s, and upper-70s respectively. Best of all, the fall season averages only two to four rainy days per month. In the spring, temperatures are a little warmer, with March averaging highs of 81˚, April hovering around the mid-80s, and May reaching up to an average monthly high of 89˚. The spring season averages between four and six days of rain per month.

5 Shoulder Season Activities to Enjoy in Lehigh Acres, Florida

  1. Play Golf
    The Lehigh Resort Club is nestled right on a lovely 9-hole golf course, making it a breeze to get in some time on the links. With a Pro Shop onsite, you’ll have everything you need to enjoy the warm, dryer weather of the spring and fall seasons. Venture out into the Lehigh Acres area to discover several additional options for relaxing with a day on the fairways.
  2. Go on a Nature Tour
    Summertime may be too hot and humid to enjoy a long nature tour outside, and winter may not feature the same level of natural beauty as the shoulder seasons. One of our favorite nearby nature tours takes place along the Caloosahatchee River, just 18 miles northwest of Lehigh Resort Club. There you’ll find Manatee and Eco River Tours, which offers 2-2.5-hour tours that shed light on the flora, fauna, and cultural heritage of southwest Florida. Eco River Tours are available from March through November, making them the perfect shoulder season activity!
  3. Experience a Festival
    Spring and fall are the best times of the year to take in fun local festivals. In the Lehigh Acres / Fort Myers areas, you can enjoy the Southern Fresh Farms Fall Festival and American Sand-sculpting Championship in the autumn and the Lehigh Spring Festival in the spring.
  4. Catch a Game During Major League Baseball Spring Training
    You can catch not one, but two major league baseball teams as they prepare for the start of the season at their Fort Myers spring training facilities. Every March, the Boston Red Sox report to JetBlue Park, or Fenway South, and the Minnesota Twins settle in at Hammond Stadium for around two dozen preseason games. If you’re a sports fan, you won’t want to pass up this shoulder season attraction. Both baseball stadiums are located less than 20 miles from Lehigh Resort Club.
  5. Lehigh Resort Club Outdoor Amenities
    You don’t have to leave the resort grounds to find something pleasant to do during the shoulder season; we offer a variety of fun outdoor amenities onsite throughout the year. Want to enjoy the warm weather while getting some exercise? Get your group together for some fun on the basketball, tennis, or shuffleboard courts

Prefer to exercise your brain in the great outdoors? Spend some time with our outdoor checkers tables and our giant chessboard and see how your strategies play out. Other amenities you can enjoy year-round, and especially during the shoulder seasons, include our outdoor swimming pool, ping pong tables, and complimentary bicycle rentals. Get acquainted with the seasonal beauty of Lehigh Acres, Fl.

Plan Your Florida Spring or Fall Escape Today

Skip the busy, rainy summer months and the hustle and bustle of the winter travel season by booking your Lehigh Resort Club stay during one of the shoulder seasons. Contact a vacation specialist today to start planning your spring or fall getaway!

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