VETERANS PARK RECREATION CENTER ../images/detail_photos/veterans_rec_center.jpgVETERANS PARK RECREATION CENTER Address 55 Homestead Road South Lehigh Acres , FL 33936 239-369-1521 Google Map/Directions Contact Information Rebecca Flora, Supervisor 239-369-1521 DFlora@leegov.com Facility Staff Events Events CalendarVeterans Voice Newsletter Hours Monday-Thursday: 7 a.m. - 9 p.m.Friday: 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday & Sunday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Closures Gymnasium will be closed as follows:Tuesday, 9/18Thursday, 9/20 and Tuesday 9/25.Game Room is closed 2 p.m.-6 p.m. on school days for Club Rec Information Monthly Brochure & Calendar Individual Membership ApplicationFamily Membership ApplicationRoad Construction Update This is a Lee County Facility and is operated by Lee County Parks & Recreation. We have an array of programs for our members. The center offers fitness programs, art classes, martial arts classes, dance, and toddler classes. We also have a full game room, weight room with locker rooms, and two full-sized basketball courts in the gymnasium for pick-up basketball, soccer, and volleyball. We also offer athletic leagues for youth. We rent our facility rooms for business meetings. Please come into our center for more information. You must be a facility member to register for classes. Individual memberships are $10 or a family membership is $25 and is a one time cost. The membership can be used at all the Lee County Recreation Centers. The weight room is an additional fee of $20 per month, six months for $80, or one year for $120 per member. There may be other fees for any additional classes. Please call the office for more information. Club RecSession 1: August 10 - December 21, 2018Session 2: January 9 - May 30, 2019 History The Veterans Park Recreation facility is the first of its kind to open in Lee County for Parks & Recreation. It has been a long awaited project for our department. It opened in December of 2004. We are very excited to finally offer a quality recreation facility that lives up to our standards. Lee County Parks & Recreation joined together with Lee County School Board to build a kindergarten-8th grade school with a recreation facility on the property. Lee County Parks and Recreation donated the land to the School Board and they in turn built a 38,000-sq foot free-standing recreational facility. This facility serves the Lehigh residents as well as all residents in Lee County.