Just north of Bonita Springs in Estero, Florida you'll find the Estero Community Park and Recreation Center. Estero Community Park is the largest facility within the Lee County Parks and Recreation system. The community center is located in Estero Florida on Corkscrew Road, midway between US 41 and Three Oaks Parkway.
The Estero Community Park encompasses 55 acres and houses 2 bocce courts, 12 horseshoe pits, 3 sand volleyball courts, shelters of varying sizes, a children's play area, 4 lakes, a 5K cross country course, a tortoise preserve, an outdoor amphitheater along with a 40,000 sq/ft. recreation center and an off leash dog park.
Those of you who looking for a place to take man's best friend now have a brand new, safe and FREE facility to take the entire family; including Fido, for an afternoon of fun. The dog area is located near the playground area on the east side of the complex. There is ample parking, large trees for shade and a multi-gated entry and exit system to keep your four-legged loved one from sneaking through the gate and escaping.
Dogs are everywhere! It's great just to be a spectator.
If you're going to visit dog park with your dog, remember:
- Dogs must be vaccinated and have their license.
- Dogs must be on leash outside of the run.
- No aggressive dogs.
- Clean up after your dog.
Thank you! Please leave a comment if you've visited the site or you're the volunteer models at the park.