Travel to Coconut Point®
Coconut Point is a picturesque outdoor mall featuring over 140 stores including Dillard’s, Target, Apple Store and Barnes & Noble – all surrounding several acres of lakes with a boardwalk. From jewelry to apparel and accessories to sporting goods, we offer a variety of choices in every price range.
Experience a wide range of dining options, from the elegant Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse and new Southfork Grill, to family favorites Ted’s Montana Grill, Bice or California Pizza Kitchen. Grab and go choices Five Guys Burgers and Fries, Panera Bread or Subway are a few of the fast casual options. Live outdoor entertainment plays regularly on the patio near Hemingway’s Island Grill and Pagelli’s. Or if you decide to make it dinner and a movie our 16 screen Hollywood Theaters is available within walking distance of many of our restaurants.
Make the trip fun for the kids with a visit to our Children's Play Area located near Disney, Build-A-Bear and Gymboree on Fashion Drive towards Dillard’s. Coconut Point is the place for people to gather, shop, dine, work, play, see a new film - you name it! So from the entire team at Coconut Point Mall®, we hope that you will visit us soon!
Coconut Point Mall is located in Estero, Florida between Naples and Fort Myers, just 15 minutes from the Southwest Florida International Airport and conveniently located off I-75 at exit 123 just south of Corkscrew Road on U.S. 41.
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Coconut Point Mall in Estero, Florida is located close to many of Southwest Florida’s renowned accommodations and attractions. Southwest Florida is the ultimate destination for shopping, beaches, nightlife, and entertainment. Just outside the mall you’ll find anything to suit your desires. Southwest Florida has one of the nation’s most natural and beautiful habitats. We are known for the white sand beaches with water and land attractions and experiences you won’t find anywhere else. Check out the Naples Zoo, C’mon Children’s Museum, the Naples Philharmonic, the Barbara B. Mann Theater, Jet Blue Park - home of the Boston Red Sox Spring Training, the Naples Botanical Garden or one of our many nature preserves
Downtown Ft. Myers, also referred to as the River District, is a hub for business, not only as the area's financial district but also a hotspot for restaurants, cafes and nightclubs. This area is also home to City Hall, Centennial Park, the Edison/Ford Winter Homes, the Southwest Florida Museum of History, the Imaginarium and the public library. The best way to reach the historic area of downtown Ft. Myers is to take I-75 at exit #141 and proceed west toward First Avenue.
Live entertainment, outdoor dining, gallery openings and dancing are just some of the fun that you will find on Fifth Avenue in Naples and fun for all ages. A wide variety of events happen throughout the year as well from an art festival to an antique car show.
Coconut Point Mall is located at 23106 Fashion Dr, Estero, FL.
From the Southwest Florida International Airport, turn left onto Ben Hill Griffin Parkway. Turn right onto Alico Rd. Merge onto I-75 South via the ramp to Naples. Take Exit 123 toward Estero and merge onto Corkscrew Road Take Corkscrew Road to Tamiami Trail/U.S. 41 and make a left. Coconut Point will be approximately 1.6 miles on the left hand side.
From Fort Myers, take U.S. 41 South to Coconut Point between Corkscrew Road and Coconut Road. (Approximately 20 miles) or take I-75 South to exit 123, Corkscrew Road. Head West. Turn South on U.S. 41. Go 1.6 miles South and Coconut Point will be on your left.
For people living in East Naples, take Livingston Road North. The road name changes to Imperial Parkway once you cross Bonita Beach Road. Continue heading North and turn left on Coconut Road. Turn left on Via Coconut Point Road (Old Sandy Lane) and turn left onto Coconut Point or U.S. 41 North to Coconut Point between Coconut Road and Corkscrew Road. (Approximately 15 miles)
Getting to other amazing destinations from Coconut Point is easy. The natural wonder of the Everglades www.nps.gov/ever is approximately 65 miles southeast. Catch an airboat ride, snap photos of the local wildlife or experience the culture of the Seminole Indians. The thrill and allure of Miami’s South Beach www.visitsouthbeachonline.com is approximately 145 miles away. From renowned beaches to amazing nightlife, South Beach is the jewel of South Florida.