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Port Charlotte Travel Guide  

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Port Charlotte is a census designated place situated in Charlotte County.  It is a part of the Punta Gorda Metropolitan Statistical Area. This area was largely developed by the now defunct General Development Corporation. This CDP is the most populated area in Charlotte County. As it is unincorporated, it is governed by the Charlotte County.
The 2000 census show the population as 46, 451 people.  As of 2009, it reached to 47, 635 people, which means, it has had 2.45 percent increase compared to 2000 census population estimates.
As per the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 23.9 square miles, of which 22.3 square miles is land and 1.6 square miles is water.
Port Charlotte receives 52 inches of rainfall and 262 sunny days in a year.  The number of days having measurable precipitation is 97 days. The month of July is high with 91 degrees and the month of January is low with 54 degrees.

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Reviews Port Charlotte

Cheri Gerecke
Level 14     1 Trophy    Viaggia: Couple, Family
Overall rating 7
Overall Guide : Port Charlotte is a relaxing slow pace town. Don't miss the Fisherman's Warf and the close beautiful beach of Boco Grande. There is a toll of a few dollars to get over to Boco Grande, but it is so worth... more it. The small town is so heavenly if you love the water. Swim off the shore any where open to the public however, do not swim anywhere close to the light house. Undertow's are very dangerous in that location and sharks have been sighted. Go see the light house it has a lot of history but just stay out of the water.
Not to be missed Yacht Basin , Fishermans Warf , Boca Grande
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