Located on Florida’s southwestern coast, Lee County offers more than 50 miles of beaches along side the tranquil waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Visitors and residents alike flock to its pristine beaches famous for its abundance of rare sea shells and calm waters. Lee County’s population is estimated at 631,330. The median household income is $49,444. The 2007-2011 homeownership rate is 73.8 percent and the renter occupied rate is 26.2 percent. Featured attractions include The Everglades Wonder Gardens, Thomas Edison Estate and Museum, Fort Myer’s Historical Museum, Children’s Science Center, Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium, J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge, Sun Splash Family Waterpark, JetBlue Park-Boston Red Sox Spring Training, Hammond Stadium-Minnesota Twins Spring Training, Murder Mystery Dinner Train, Shell Factory and Nature Park and Butterfly Estates.