Over 340 days of sunshine per year make Southwest Florida a popular relocation destination. The warm climate and beautiful beaches on the Gulf Coast make Fort Myers an outdoor lover’s paradise. If you would love leaving the office then hitting the beach or golf course, Fort Myers is the place for you!

Living in Fort Myers is very affordable, as the cost of living is 9.6% lower than the national average and the median home cost is $118,900.

At a Glance
R+L Truckload Corporate Headquarters
16520 S. Tamiami Trail,
Suite 180 Fort Myers, FL 33908-5349

Cost of Living Comparison
Local Attractions:
  • Fort Myers Beach – spend the day on the beach, peruse our local shops, enjoy casual and fine dining and more!
  • River District – check out the downtown area featuring arts and culture venues, our year-round farmers market, First Friday Art Walks, and annual special events.
  • What’s nearby? The Greater Fort Myers area includes the Islands of Sanibel and Captiva, home to one of the Top 25 beaches in the world. Fort Myers is just a few hours away from the Tampa, Miami and Orlando metro areas.

Red Sox
Fast Facts:
  • Population: 62,298
  • Nickname: The City of Palms
  • Fun Fact: Spring training home for the Boston Red Sox and Minnesota Twins