Cape Coral Parks
Parks, playgrounds, golf, fishing and sailing are all available in Cape Coral. People come to this part of the state, one of the fastest growing areas in the country, for its favorable climate, abundance of natural areas, wildlife watching opportunities and, of course, because of the region's legacy as a fishing hot spot. Southwest Florida has gained world-wide recognition for its exceptional saltwater fishing Riverfront parks, playgrounds and picnic spots were made for quiet times, like Jaycee Park for thoughtful strolls, catch-up reading and napping under the trees. Four Freedoms Park has a playground and recreation center, while Veterans Memorial Park has more bounce with basketball, bocci ball and shuffelboard courts. Racers hit the Bicycle Moto-Cross track at BMX Park, complete with picnic area, playground, softball field and sand vollyball court.

4818 Tarpon Court
Cape Coral, FL 33904
Four Freedoms Park and Recreation Center is nestled on 3.2 acres overlooking the Bimini Basin, off of Cape Coral Pkwy between Coronado Pkwy and Santa Barbara Blvd. The park’s large, shaded, fenced in area provides playground equipment geared toward all ages and there are several picnic areas on site with scenic views of the Bimini Basin. Four Freedoms Park also includes a 3,927 square foot multipurpose facility that offers recreational programs for all ages,

1044 NE 4th Street
Cape Coral, FL 33909
This 3.7 acre park was the first neighborhood park in Cape Coral and offers a nice setting for small gatherings, playing basketball, and letting kids enjoy the playground

4125 SE 20th Place
Cape Coral, FL 33904
One of Cape Coral’s most popular park destinations, this 8 acre area is a common site for birthdays, family gatherings, and special events, as well as a great place to take a walk at a waterfront park.
1030 N.W. 16th Pl.
Cape Coral, FL 33991
This 15 acre complex opened in 1993 and is one of the homes to the City’s adult Men’s, Co-Rec and Church Softball Leagues. The park has also hosted many state and national tournaments. 

4020 SW 2nd Court
Cape Coral, FL 33914


This 14 acre complex, which was renovated in 2007, is home of the Cape Coral Cyclone Youth Soccer program for ages 5 to 18, a part of the Cape Coral Soccer Association. The park features four lighted soccer fields, a concession stand, restrooms, and two playgrounds for children ages three to twelve. 

815 Nicholas Pkwy.
Cape Coral, FL 33915

This park, which is located adjacent to Cape Coral City Hall, is the smallest park in Cape Coral, but offers a nice, peaceful setting for visitors to sit by the fountain and read, write, or enjoy a picnic.

170 SE 4th Terrace
Cape Coral, FL 33990
This 5 acre neighborhood park offers a variety of recreational activities, and is a great place to have a picnic or gathering overlooking beautiful Lake Saratoga.

1030 NW 28th Street
Cape Coral, FL 33993

This 13.5 acre neighborhood park is a wide open area with a landing strip built to service radio controlled airplanes. It is primarily utilized by the Cape Coral R/SeaHawks Club for weekend flights, as well as to host their annual “Celebrate Cape Coral Air Show” every March which features high-flying, large-scale model aircraft. All pilots must have a valid AMA card posted on the frequency board located in the main “hanger” while flying, but spectators are welcome to bring their chairs and enjoy the sights behind the safety fence.

1502 N.E. 3rd Terrace
Cape Coral, FL 33909
This 8.5 acre park is home of the Cape Coral Girls’ Softball League for ages 5 to 15 and has also hosted several state softball tournaments.
1718 SW 52nd Terrace
Cape Coral, FL 33914
This 6.4 acre neighborhood park is nestled in a beautiful single family area and offers a great setting for playing tennis, taking a walk, or hosting a family gathering.
1510 Sports Blvd
Cape Coral, FL 33991
This 52 acre park, which opened in March 1994, is the largest of the City of Cape Coral’s Athletic facilities. It is the home of the Cape Coral Youth Soccer Association for ages 4 to 16 and Little League Junior Senior Baseball for ages 13 to 17. It also houses Adult Men’s softball leagues and hosts many state and national tournaments throughout the year.
528 Cultural Park Boulevard
Cape Coral, FL 33990
Cultural Park is a 16 acre park that contains the Cape Coral Historical Society and Museum, the Cultural Park Theatre, the Cape Coral Art League, a rose garden, and a large open multipurpose field. Each facility contributes aspects of culture which truly make this park unique to Cape Coral. Details of each of the facilities located on site are listed below.
  • The Cultural Park Theatre Company (239-772-5862) is Cape Coral’s community theater, offering a creative outlet for residents interested in participating in various areas of stage-craft, including acting, directing, and backstage tasks. The 184-seat theater presents a dozen productions a year. In addition to the Main Stage productions, the company also offers Second Stage productions (original works by local writers), a summer concert series, and a film festival. The Cultural Park Theatre also provides educational programs for youngsters, including a summer camp and year-long educational classes in acting and stagecraft. Furthermore, the theater runs a specialized program for teenagers in lighting and sound.
  • The Cape Coral Historical Museum (239-772-7037), located at 544 Cultural Park Boulevard, is dedicated to recording, preserving and displaying the history of the City of Cape Coral. In addition to a picture display of the history of Cape Coral, there is also a large mural of the former Cape Coral Gardens (Rose Garden), a Native American Room, a Military Exhibit, an authentic Cracker House and much more depicting Cape Coral from the earliest days until the present day. The Museum is open on Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday from 1:00-4:00pm. Admission is a $2.00 donation and children are free.
  • Located at 516 Cultural Park Blvd, the Cape Coral Art League (239-772-5657) is a not-for-profit organization that promotes the advancement of art throughout Southwest Florida. The League offers year-round classes for adults and youth, as well as seven major art exhibits annually, workshops with world-renowned artists and a scholarship program for high school seniors. Office hours are 10:00am – 4:00pm, Monday through Friday.
East end of SE 23rd Terrace
Cape Coral, FL 33990
At 365 acres, Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve is the second largest preserved green space in Cape Coral*. Located just north of Veteran's Parkway, Four Mile Cove / “Eco Park” is a brackish water wetland area that features a walking trail, visitor center, Veterans Memorial Area, and seasonal kayak rentals. There is an 800’ portage along the kayak trail, therefore it is not for beginners and children under 6 are not permitted in the kayaks. However, visitors of any age can walk through the preserve on the boardwalk. Possible wildlife sightings include eagles, ibis, herons, other wading & migratory birds, raccoons, snakes, etc. Be sure to stop at the visitor’s center for information on programs, local wildlife, trail guides and the “last chance to use the facilities.”


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