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NIA's 58th Annual Convention

April 17-20, 2013

Hyatt Regency Coconut Point

Bonita Springs, Florida


Discover Bonita Springs, Fort Myers, and Naples

Ideally located between Naples and Fort Myers, Bonita Springs offers the inviting and laid back Old Florida lifestyle of a charming small beach town. Known as the Gateway to the Gulf, Bonita Springs is perfectly nestled against the Gulf of Mexico, the scenic Imperial River, and the beautiful Estero Bay, all of which provide a vast array of activities for adventure seekers, sun lovers, and, of course, fishermen.  Whether you are drawn to the white sugar sand beaches covered in beautiful shells, the majestic Everglades full of exotic wildlife, the various waterways ideal for boating and fishing, or the exciting dining, shopping, and cultural venues in the area, you are bound to find something to do in Bonita Springs and the surrounding area.

Explore beyond Bonita Springs south to Naples, known for its upscale boutiques, fine dining, art galleries, and performing arts venues, all blended perfectly to create a sophisticated cosmopolitan and cultural center. Or travel north toward Fort Myer to visit the Thomas Edison and Henry Ford Estates, learn about the friendship and common interests that bonded these two American icons, and enjoy even more beaches, fishing spots, shopping centers, and museums. All of this is conveniently located less than 15 miles from Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW), which serves the area with both domestic and international flights. Catch a direct flight from many major hubs across the United States and you will be relaxing in beautiful Bonita Springs in no time.

Whatever you prefer—from golf to shopping, to simply relaxing—there are plenty of options to choose from in Bonita Springs. Come discover everything Bonita Springs and southwestern Florida have to offer—pristine water, sunny skies, and a climate that welcomes outdoor fun year-round—and discover for yourself why this quaint town’s name means “beautiful springs” in Spanish.

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