Parks and Recreation Month
Parks and Recreation Month
Posted on 06/30/2022
Bonita TrailCONTACT: 
Lora Taylor 
Director of Communications 
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July is Parks and Recreation Month!

Bonita Springs, FL, -June 24, 2022 – July is Parks and Recreation Month. To celebrate, the City of Bonita Springs invites you to enjoy the beautiful parks that the city has to offer! Within Bonita Springs, there are plenty of amenities to choose from. Play soccer at the Bonita Soccer Complex. Enjoy some disc golf at the Bonita Community Park. Go for a walk/run through the 1.5-mile nature trail at the Bonita Nature Place. Have a picnic at the Island Park. Launch a canoe/kayak at the River Park. Cool off in this Florida heat at our Community Pool. Bring your fury friend to the Bonita Dog Park. That’s not all! Visit our Park & Recreation page for more information!

For questions, please contact the City of Bonita Springs at 239-992-2556 or visit our website at 

Below is a list of the parks in Bonita Springs! All parks are open from dusk to dawn!

Bonita Community Park
26740 Pine Ave.
   (recreation center, playground, 2 public tennis courts, baseball fields, disc golf course, outdoor pavilion for basketball/futsal)

Community Pool
26890 Pine Ave.
corner of W. Terry St. & Pine Ave.
   (lap swim, open swim, water aerobics, swim lessons)

Riverside Park
10451 Reynolds St.
   (bandshell, butterfly garden, Liles Hotel, artist cottages, fountain, canoe/kayak launching dock)

Depot Park
10375 Pennsylvania Ave.
Across from the Lion's Club
   (natural playground, restrooms, floating docks on the river)

Island Park 
27091 South Riverside Dr.
   (picnic shelter, shell paths, red bridge to Depot Park)

Bonita Soccer Complex
27100 Kent Rd.
   (lighting, concession stand, restrooms, 3 soccer fields)

Marni Fields
Southern Pines Dr.
off East Terry St.
   (no lights, no restrooms, 3 Soccer fields) 

River Park
Turn East off of US 41 on rd. between Chase Bank and Bonita Boat Center
   (shell paths, boardwalks, fishing pier, canoe/kayak launch, picnic areas)

Bonita Nature Place
27601 Kent Rd.
   (Gopher Tortoise preserve, bat house, bee house, butterfly garden, hiking trails)               
Cullum's Bonita Trail
27601 Kent Rd., South of Bonita Nature Place
   (1.5-mile nature trail, canoe/kayak launch, shell and boardwalk trail, parking area)                       
    *Connected by trails To Bonita Nature Place*

Bonita Dog Park
East Terry St.
at the light of E. Terry & Matheson Ave.
   (fenced areas for large, medium, and small dogs, dog wash station, picnic pavilion, asphalt walking path, parking area)

Beach Park
North Hickory Blvd., Southwest of Lover's Key Bridge
   (parking lot with picnic area)

Leitner Neighborhood Park
26724 Nomad Dr.
Café of life Donated Park
   (covered pavilion, playground, basketball hoops, parking)

Carpenter Lane Park
Oakland Dr. & Carpenter Lane
   (boardwalk overlook, shell paths)

Windsor Preserve 
Windsor Rd., off of Bonita Beach Rd., West of US 41
   (passive park with a benches and open space)