This facility has a small park area with a playground, picnic tables, a grill, and outdoor restrooms. It also has a building that can be rented for weddings, baby showers, family reunions, birthday parties, etc.
- The building can be rented between the hours of 8 a.m. and 10 p.m.
- Amenities include tables, chairs, stage, restrooms, and a kitchen with a microwave, refrigerator, ice machine, and sink.
- There are 3 - 6ft tables, 4 - 8ft tables, 10 round tables, and chairs for 50 people available.
- Sternos, candles, smoke/fog machines, glitter, and confetti are strictly prohibited for use in the building. Alcohol is prohibited on property.
- Staples, screws, or tacks on the tables, chairs, walls, on the outside of the building, or on the trees for decorations is not permitted.
- There are approximately 20 parking spaces available. Handicap parking is available.
- The cost is $40 per hour. Insurance and a $250 refundable security deposit is required.
- A pre-inspection and post-inspection of the facility is required for each event.
- All reservations will now require general liability insurance that lists Lee County Board of County Commissioners as the certificate holder and additionally insured. View Lee County Insurance Requirement and Insurance Sample.
- Please call (239) 694-2291 to reserve the facility. There are no weekends available until August 2023.
Programs and Events
- Traditional Summer Camp (K-5th)
- Spring Break Camp (K-8th)
- Fun Days - Teacher's Duty Days (K-8th)
- "Club Rec" - A program kids can come to after school with inside/outside activities, homework time, reading time, nutrition time, arts & crafts time, and much more included. It is a safe place for your child to have fun. (2nd-8th)
- Line Dancing (September - May)
- Yoga (November - May)
- Parent's Night Out - Game Night - Friday, April 14, 2023 from 6-8 p.m. - $5 per child ages 6-12 years old - call (239) 694-2291 to register
The Olga Community Center was built in 1927 and was used as a schoolhouse until 1939. In 1952, the Lee County School Board sold the building to a non-profit group called Olga Community Center Inc. In 1964, Olga Community Center Inc. turned the center over to Lee County and in 1986, Parks & Recreation assumed operational control. The center has retained its historic feel and continues to serve the local community. In 2008, the center underwent a total historic renovation. New flooring and windows were installed back to the historic floor plan of the 1930's.
Olga Community Park was the play area of the Olga Community School in 1927. The park has provided outdoor space for the local residents ever since. The current playground was installed in Spring 2007.