ESTERO COMMUNITY PARK
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9200 Corkscrew Palms Blvd.
Estero, FL
33928

Irma Reyes,Superivsor or<br>Austin Morris, Supervisor
239-498-0415
IReyes@leegov.com

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Hours

Park grounds are open seven days a week from dawn to 9 p.m.

 

ESTERO YARD SALE, Saturday February 7, 2015 7:30AM to NOON

WALK MS SW FLORIDA 2015; Saturday February 21, 2015 7:30AM

Information

This is a 55-acre multipurpose park. It has the following amenities:

  • Recreation Center
  • Amphitheater; Stage/Lawn Area
  • Restrooms
  • Lighted Playground
  • Six (6) Picnic Shelters
  • Two (2) rentable Pavilions
  • Off-lead Dog Park with Shelter
  • Four (4) lighted Bocci Courts
  • 12 lighted Horseshoe Courts
  • Three lighted Sand Volleyball Courts
  • One (1) multipurpose bermuda field- no lights
  • Two (2) lighted multipurpose bermuda fields
  • 18 hole Disc Golf Course

This facility is equipped with the WeatherBug Lightning Alert System. When the system detects lightning within 10 miles of the facility, the air horns sound an uninterrupted 15-second blast and the strobe light will activate. Park patrons who hear the horn and/or see the light need to seek shelter immediately. When the system no longer detects a threat, three 5-second blasts from the horn will sound and the strobe light will stop working. This is the signal that it is safe to return outdoors.

No system is fool-proof. Park visitors should always assess weather conditions before going outside and always be prepared to take the appropriate action needed to ensure one's safety.

*If the connection is DOWN, please follow the National Weather Service 30/30 rule until it is restored.*

History
Historical Houses move to Estero Community Park

Estero Historical Houses

After four years of work and planning, two historic Estero structures are now at home in Estero Community Park. See the article here.