JOHN YARBROUGH LINEAR PARK ../images/detail_photos/jy-ten-mile.jpgJOHN YARBROUGH LINEAR PARK Address Six Mile Cypress to Crystal Drive Fort Myers, Florida 33912 Google Map/Directions Contact Information Dan Lott 239-707-3164 or James Eash 239-281-7833 Klott@leegov.com Facility Staff Events Events Calendar Hours The John Yarbrough Linear Park is open from dawn to dusk, seven days a week. Information John Yarbrough Linear Park Trail is a six mile paved multiple-use north-to-south linear park trail that can be used for walking, hiking, jogging, rollerblading, bicycling, on-leash dog walking, fishing, birding, wildlife viewing, and picnicking. Park Amenities:PavilionsWay-finding signageTrash receptaclesDog stationsBenches. The trail is well shaded on the southern-most section. The trail can be accessed by sidewalk or paths at: Six Mile Cypress Parkway, Daniels Parkway, Crystal Drive, and Colonial Boulevard. Public parking is available at several nearby recreational facilities (parking fees may apply): Lakes Regional Park (1.5 mi.), the Lee County Sports Complex (1 mi.) and the City of Fort Myers Neighborhood Trailhead Park (2.1 mi.). View JY Linear location map here. John Yarbrough Linear Park is a dog friendly facility where dogs must remain on leash. At the current time there is no parking lot available for Phase two or three. Don't Feed the Monster, Part DooPet Waste that is left uncollected degrades water quality. With an estimated 134,000 dogs and 154,000 cats in Lee County, this results in a lot of waste that washes into our waterways increasing bacteria and nutrients. Join us in our Do your Duty campaign and pick up the waste! To learn more visit DoYourDuty.org and stop the Slime Monster. View John Yarbrough Linear Park. History Phase I (from Six Mile Cypress to Daniels Parkway) was completed in November 2005 and included 1 1/4 mile of paved path and sidewalks, two shade shelters with picnic tables. Phase II (from Daniels Parkway to Crystal Drive) opened in October 2006 and includes two shade shelters with picnic tables and 1.5 miles of paved trails. Phase III (from Crystal drive to Colonial Ave) opened late April 2008. On Sept. 9, 2008 Lee County Commissioners, renamed the park from Ten Mile Linear Park to John Yarbrough Linear Park in honor of longtime retiring Lee County Parks & Recreation Director John Yarbrough.