One of the four drawbridges across the Caloosahatchee River in Lee County, Florida is the Wilson Pigott Bridge (named after a former Lee County Commissioner). It is located near Fort Myers Shores. This structure is also known as the State Road 31 Bridge. This is a bascule type bridge.
It was built in 1960. It is a two lane structure. It is 27 feet tall. It was built to replace a swing bridge at Olga. This previous bridge was located 3 miles downstream. It has been built in 1911 and was demolished shortly before the construction of the Wilson Pigott Bridge.