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Bonita Springs Population: 44,517

Total Males: 21,656
Total Females: 22,861
Median Household Income: $51,629
Total Households: 18,557

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Brief Information About Bonita Springs


Bonita Springs is a city of Lee County in the state of Florida. It is also a part of the Cape Coral - Fort Myers MSA. Bonita Springs is located on the southwest coast of Florida. It has a total area of about 41 sq. miles. Bonita Springs has some interesting tourist points like the Beach Park of Bonita, Little Hickory Island Beach Park, Barefoot Beach Preserve and many others. Businesses are growing in the area due to the low business taxes, large number of inexpensive commercial space and a growing number of educated professionals. Bonita Springs is home to WCI Communities a home builder. There are a number of educational institutes in the area. The transportation links are also quite advanced with all type of facilities. The local media industry of the town is also quite established.



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