This trail also connects to Caracara Prairie Preserve which is owned and maintained by Conservation Collier. For their main website click here. Trail maps are located at the trailhead. One port-a-potty is available near the trailhead. No buildings or running water. No trash cans.
Charley Mathney Park borders Lake Camille (off of Joel Blvd.) and provides community members with the use of its pavilions, green space and barbeque facilities. Community members can fish and kayak in Lake Camille but the use of gas motor boats and swimming are prohibited. The land and funds for this park were donated in 1999. The park was completed in 2002.
The list below includes 102 free or cheap things to do in or near Lehigh Acres, Florida, including 64 different types of inexpensive activities like Bowling, Skate Parks, Fishing and Parks. From Veterans Park to Captain John Stark, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Lehigh Acres and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Fort Myers, Bonita Springs, Fort Myers Beach and Cape Coral.
Riverfront acreage in Fort Denaud! This property has beautiful views of the river, large oak trees and the historical Old Fort Denaud swing bridge. This is an inter-coastal waterway where you can view yachts navigating to and from the other coast. This riverfront property is ideal for docking large boats because it is located in a no wake zone.
Welcome to Lazy Springs Recreation Park Lazy Springs is down and dirty family fun. We have lakes for fishin', skiin' and waverunnin', mud pits for gettin' dirty, trails for motocrossin' and hills of dirt and rock to challenge the best off-road vehicles and drivers.
Lee County Manatee Park is a favorite of Lehigh Acres residents and visitors. The waterfront park offers paved trails, amazing views of manatees, kayak rentals and an amphitheater. Many people, even residents of the area are surprised to learn that the park is a non-captive warm water refuge for the Florida Manatee.
Suarez Hall Rental Information This popular building is perfect for baby showers, family reunions, and birthday parties. Amenities include tables and seating for up to 100, restrooms, and a kitchen with a refrigerator, freezer, sink and ice machine.
Telegraph Creek Preserve is a 1,730 acre preserve located in Alva, on the north side of North River Road. The southeastern portion is now open for hikers. The Preserve is adjacent to the 5620-acre Bob Janes Preserve, which, in turn, is adjacent to the 67,619-acre Babcock Ranch Preserve in Charlotte County.
Visitors flock to W.P. Franklin Campground for its well-kept facilities and ideal placement on the Caloosahatchee River, where campers can fish, boat and take it easy in sunny southwest Florida. The campground, about 10 miles east of Fort Myers, provides visitors with a taste of tranquil, tropical country life.
Wild Turkey Strand Preserve is the second-largest Conservation 20/20 preserve in Lee County. The preserve is located just south of Lehigh Acres on the west side of State Road 82. The main plant communities include flatwoods, cypress strand swamps, cypress dome swamps, freshwater marshes, wet prairies and abandoned pastures.