Regional parks are tracts of land used by the public for active and/or passive recreation. They contain location-specific resources, such as sports complexes, multi-use trails, beaches and preserves, and draw users from a broad area.
Goal: 6 acres per 1,000 seasonal residents
Exceeded: 9.4 acres per 1,000 seasonal residents
Based on a seasonal population of 768,127 people
Last Measure: 7,235 Acres Regional Parks
43.5% is owned and/or maintained by Lee County
Community parks are tracts of land used by the public primarily for active recreation. They draw users from several neighborhoods and typically contain athletic courts and fields, community centers, playgrounds and pools.
Goal: 0.8 acres per 1,000 permanent residents
Exceeded: 2.5 acres per 1,000 residents
Based on a permanent population of 362,620 people
Last Measure: 907 Acres Community Parks
94.7% is owned and/or maintained by Lee County