ESTERO RECREATION CENTER ../images/detail_photos/estero_rc.jpgESTERO RECREATION CENTER Address 9200 Corkscrew Palms Blvd. Estero , FL 33928 239-533-1470 Google Map/Directions Contact Information Trever Snearly 239-533-1470 Tsnearly@leegov.com Facility Staff Events Events CalendarEstero Edge Newsletter Hours Monday – Thursday: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday & Sunday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.Estero Historical Cottage Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. Closures No closures at this time. Information CLICK HERE FOR CLASSES AND PROGRAMSCLICK HERE FOR GYMNASIUM SCHEDULEMembership costs $10 per individual or $25 per family for a lifetime membership. Membership entitles general use of the four large Recreation Centers in Lee County including gymnasium activities and use of the "Rec Room". Enrollment in programs and use of the fitness center may have an additional monthly fee.Individual Membership ApplicationFamily Membership ApplicationRECREATION CENTER AMENITIES3 basketball courts, 4 volleyball courts, 6 pickleball courts, classroom/meeting rooms, dance studio, art studio, game room, fitness center & locker rooms PARK AMENITIES55 acre park with playground, dog park, stage & central green lawn area for concerts/special events, 1/4 mile walking path around central green lawn area, 2 large pavilions, 6 small pavilions. Gazebo, grills, park benches,18 hole disc golf course, 4 multi purpose fields for various sports activities. History The property was purchased in 1998. Construction on the project started in November of 2004. This park has been open since October 30, 2006. The Estero Recreation Center began operating as an extended shelter for more than 500 people affected by the flood waters of Tropical Storm Fay on Aug. 24, 2008. The shelter was managed under the guidance of Lee County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and the American Red Cross, and the rec center was temporarily closed to the public. Scheduled programs were suspended. For roughly two months, the American Red Cross helped the shelter residents' transition in returning to their homes or assisted them in seeking alternative living arrangements. The last of the shelter residents and the American Red Cross vacated the shelter Oct. 11 returned the Estero Recreation Center back to Lee County Parks & Recreation. The American Red Cross presented a plaque to the staff and patrons of the Estero Recreation Center thanking them for their support and sacrifices made during the time period the building was used. After four years of work and planning, two historic Estero structures are displayed in Estero Community Park. The houses were moved in 2009.