Multi-Station Fitness Path Opens

at Lakes Park


Beginners or accomplished fitness buffs are invited to the “Get Moving in Lakes Park!” opening of the new state of the art total body outdoor fitness system. Ribbon cutting for the first three stations is at 9 am on Saturday, June 28. Well-known certified personal trainer and exercise physiologist, Michael Stull, will assist and demonstrate proper form. Attendees will be invited to try out the equipment and will receive information to assist them in building their own fitness program.

The Energi Prime equipment utilizes a revolutionary new technology that lets users access free instructional videos directly on their smart phone. “It’s like having a personal trainer on call, 24/7, right in your pocket, and you can do it all in beautiful Lakes Park,” says Marsha Asp of the Lakes Park Enrichment Foundation. The workout can easily be combined with Lakes Park’s walking/jogging and biking paths of various lengths and the only cost is $1/hour ($5/all day) for parking.

The program, designed for those 13 years and older, starts beginners out slowly and builds to a robust workout for all of the body’s five anatomical systems. The first three stations which target static and dynamic stretching, pulling, back, angle bar, hurdle exercises, power and agility step exercises are opening on June 28.

These were funded by generous donations from The Ned & Claiborne Foulds Foundation and the Lakes Park Enrichment Foundation. Ultimately five stations will be installed which will offer a total of 120 exercises exercising nearly all of the body’s 600 muscles. Potential donors are currently being solicited to “Keep Us Moving!” said Marsha Asp, President of the Lakes Park Enrichment Foundation. Providing a total body outdoor fitness opportunity at a cost affordable by everyone in the community is a priority of the Lee County Parks & Recreation Department and the Lakes Park Enrichment Foundation.



The primary focus of the foundation is to assist Lee County Parks
& Recreation in the continued implementation of the $30 million
Lakes Park Master Plan enhancing the park's environmental
aesthetics, wildlife habitat and recreational amenities for the
community to enjoy for many years to come.

Click to watch a short video about the park.

What can I do to help?
Join the Annual Partnership Program
Make a special donation (endow a tree, park bench, brick,
or nature sculpture)

Our Mission is to support Lee County Parks & Recreation through philanthropic and
voluntary efforts promoting ongoing community awareness and support of the recreational

and educational value of Lakes Park and its continuing evolution, to include a botanic garden and

other enhancements, resulting in an even more attractive natural environment for the community to


Our vision is a park that is highly regarded and enjoyed by the community for its beautiful native Florida environment, its programs and services, and its cultural events and contributions, all of which add to the quality of life of all Lee County residents and visitors.