Independence Day Closures and Information
Lee County Parks & Recreation beaches, parks, preserves, swimming pools and boat ramps are open on Monday, July 4. Recreation centers and administrative offices are closed and will reopen on Tuesday, July 5.
Heading into the holiday weekend, remember that safety is our top priority. If you plan to visit the Causeway Island Park, you'll notice an increased presence by Lee County Sheriff's Office Deputies and Lee County Parks & Recreation Rangers to help with park-Heading into the holiday weekend, remember that safety is our top priority. If you plan to visit the Causeway Island Park, you'll notice an increased presence by Lee County Sheriff's Office Deputies and Lee County Parks & Recreation Rangers to help with park-rule enforcement.
Lee County Commissioners Dedicate Conservation 20/20 Preserve to Frank Mann
On June 21, Commissioner Frank Mann passed away peacefully in his Alva home. In his honor, the Lee County Board of County Commissioners voted to rename GS-10 preserve to now the Frank Mann Preserve. Commissioner Mann was a lifelong resident of Lee County. He prioritized preservation of our local environment and exceptional quality of life in Southwest Florida for over 15 years. The preserve encompassing nearly 625 acres will bring flood relief to the area and house amenities such as a trail system, paddle craft area, pavillions & restrooms. Lee County Parks & Recreation is honored to carry on his legacy with this preserve. To find out more infomation on Frank Mann Preserve, click here.
We want to hear from you!
Parks & Recreation is working on a project to enhance the beaches along Sanibel Causeway Islands A & B.
Take the survey
that's included in the interactive map we've developed to tell us what amenities you would like to see along these beaches. Check back regularly; the maps include up-to-date information about the ongoing work and what is proposed.