Weather + Tides
Fort Myers Beach Weather
When planning your vacation to Pink Shell Resort, you may wonder what the temperature is like in Fort Myers Beach throughout the year. Read on for more information to help you plan your trip—and to know which clothes to pack! No matter what time of year you decide to visit Pink Shell Resort in Fort Myers Beach, you’ll be sure to find sun, sand and stunning beach views. Browse the list of our newest vacation packages and discounts and start planning your South Florida getaway.
July is the hottest month in Fort Myers Beach, Florida. It’s not uncommon for temperatures to reach into the mid-90s in July. If you’re planning to visit during these hot summer months, you’ll find plenty of relief from the hot sun by swimming along one of our beautiful beaches, or in one of the pools at Pink Shell Resort. Ocean temperatures are also the highest in late summer—in August temperatures reach into the mid 80s.
Late summer and into fall are the rainiest times of year in Fort Myers Beach. If you’re planning your visit to Pink Shell during that time, you may experience passing showers. While it’s a bit rainy, fall months in Fort Myers Beach have very pleasant temperatures. Plus, a little rain isn’t always a bad thing—it’s a perfect excuse to spend some time in our spa or relax in your spacious villa.
Many people enjoy visiting Fort Myers Beach in the winter, when there are cooler days and tons of fun holiday activities at Pink Shell Resort. Typically we’ll see our coldest days in January, when the temperature dips into the mid 50s and tops out in the mid 70s. While the temperature does dip in winter, it’s important to remember that our slice of paradise is one of the warmest places in Florida. It’s very rare for Fort Myers beach to experience freezing temperatures—even during a dip in temperatures overnight.
In addition to seasonal weather patterns, it’s also important to understand information about high tides and low tides in our area. For the most up to date tide chart information, consult resources like USHarbors.com. There, you’ll find helpful information and charts outlining the time of high and low tide in Fort Myers Beach, Florida. This information is especially useful for boaters and anglers.
Our oceanfront room had great views and the kids loved the pool. We would love to come back for a longer stay next time. Thanks Pink Shell!
We’ve stayed here multiple times and never disappointed. The amenities and staff are amazing. We took advantage of the paddle board and kayak rentals included with our stay and had such a great time. The breakfast at Jacks is great and love the food and drink service by the Octopool from Bongos.
This resort is lovely. Its a great size and very clean. We just got back from 4 nights there and while the weather was not in our favor, the stay was very nice. Our suite was very clean. We brought sanitizing products, but felt confident in the cleanliness. The staff is really friendly from valet, to cleaning staff and dining staff. It was not too busy for us. The breakfast had plenty to choose from and the poolside bar and grill was well priced for food and drinks. I searched for a vacation spot for a while and really felt the resort fee went to good use here. We will be coming back.
This was our second visit to the resort. This place is family friendly and gorgeous. The room we stayed in was a captiva suite. We had a full kitchen and a living room. Bathroom was huge. Balcony was humongous. We also had an enclosed terrace. Fish tacos from the pool side bar were delicious. There is a kiddie pool area and three pools to choose from. We went in September and the crowds were manageable. Sand is super soft. We rented jet skis in property. Overall fabulous experience.
The only thing I can say is don't look any further this is a place you want to go. Kids activities, the pools are perfect, the beach is perfect and well maintained. You get what you pay for, I'm serious book your vacation and time away here you won't regret it.