Bonita Springs Rec Center

Bonita Springs Rec Center | Things to Do With Kids

Did you know that the City of Bonita Springs has a Recreation Center? The Bonita Springs Rec Center is located off West Terry Street on Pine Ave.  There is something for every one at the Rec Center so if you are looking for things to do with kids, this is the place.  

Amenities and features of the Bonita Springs Rec Center include fitness center, community pool, skate park, baseball fields, disc golf course, tennis courts and a playground. Membership is required for to use the Fitness Room, Locker Room/Showers and for Community Pool Activities. Memberships and daily rates are really affordable for an individual annual pass for a property owner the cost is $55.00 and for a non-property owner it is $70.00. A one time day pass is $5.00.

The community pool offers many classes throughout the year as they keep the pool warm all year long. The pool is open Monday-Friday 11:00am-6:30 pm and Saturday 11:00am-6:00 pm. A daily rate is available to non-members Children 17 and under - $1.50 Adults - $2.50 and Seniors 55 and up- $2.00.

The B3 skate park is a great place for the older kids to practice their skateboarding and bike tricks. Skateboard sessions are Monday,Wednesday,Friday 4:00-8:00pm and Saturday 1:00-8:00pm. Bicycle sessions are Tuesday and Thursday 4:00-8:00pm. You must bring your own skateboard or bike as there are no rentals or borrowing of equipment. If you are under the age of 18 a parent or guardian is required to sign a waiver which can be obtained inside the rec center. HELMETS MUST BE WORN AND STRAPPED AT ALL TIMES. An unlimited membership to the skate park is $20.00 a year or you can pay a daily rate of $1.00.

Bonita Springs Rec CenterOur favorite park about the recreation center is the BRAND new playground that was fall of 2017. We absolutely love the new rubber flooring for safer tumbles and falls. They have new climbing equipment for the younger children and more advanced equipment the older children. There is picnic tables for a snack break or lunch in between playtime.

The Bonita Springs library is also on the same street which you can read about here: Bonita Springs Library.  A new library is being build in the Old 41 corridor of Downtown Bonita Springs.

Other great outside activities include the tennis courts, baseball fields and the 9 hole disc golf course that wraps around the lake. There is no charge to use the tennis courts or the disc golf course. You can keep up with the baseball/little league schedule by checking out their Facebook page

See you at the Bonita Springs Rec Center! 

To contact the Bonita Springs Parks Department and the Bonita Springs Rec Center: 

Phone: (239) 992-2556


About the Author - Jenna Hatfield is a life-long resident of Bonita Springs, Florida and mother of two boys.