Charlotte supports a healthy business community with
plenty of retail conveniences located along the main
artery through town, Route 41 (Tamiami Trail). The center
of town is where the Cultural Center is located, the
central hub of numerous local activities. Baseball fans
also know that Port Charlotte is the winter home of
the Texas Rangers.
Charlotte Harbor flanks the south side of Port Charlotte,
with 129 square miles of sparkling water, trophy fishing,
miles of pristine white beach, abundant wildlife and
a relaxing, friendly atmosphere appealing to those seeking
the natural pleasures of life. Other favorite activities
of the area include windsurfing, kayaking, canoeing,
hiking and golfing through Port Charlotte golf clubs,
boat clubs, parks and businesses.
Port Charlotte has a unique blend of property. With
165 miles of accessible canals, rivers, and Charlotte
Bay, there are an abundance of waterfront properties.
Yet a little further inland, you'll find dry acreage,
farming and agriculture, orange groves and livestock.
A warm, friendly rural community, with all the modern
conveniences of today's living. In Port Charlotte, you
can relax on the Bay, and reside on affordable acreage
or live in a waterfront dream home.