Garden Tours and the Farmers Market are back.

Visit the Events page for details.



                 Friday, May 8, 2015
             8am to Noon

Educational Speakers, Garden Tours, Vendors,

Refreshments, Children’s Story Time and more.

Click here for a schedule of activities.

Free Garden Gloves to first fifty participants

Where: Lakes Regional Park Botanic Garden
7330 Gladiolus Drive
Fort Myers, FL 33908

Click here for a free parking pass for the event!

sponsored by the Lakes Park Enrichment Foundation, Inc
This FREE event open to the public! For more information visit



The Chilled Water Station is operational. It is located on the west side of the park near Fitness Station 2. This water station was provided by the Lakes Park Enrichment Foundation. The funds for this station were raised by various fund raising activities and donations from park lovers like you. Do you want to help? Click here to donate.



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 (to endow a tree, a park bench, brick, or support additional fitness stations and chilled water hydration station)

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.