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Fort Myers, FL, July 11, 2014 — Plan now for some time in Lee County parks later this month. Lee
County commissioners have designated Saturday, July 26, and Sunday, July 27, as dates during which
parking fees will be waived at Lee County-managed boat ramps and regional parks, and admission will be
waived at the county’s swimming pools in recognition of National Park and Recreation Month.
There will be 24 sites at which no fees will be applied, including:
Regional parks: Lakes Park, Manatee Park, Hickey’s Creek Mitigation Park, Caloosahatchee
Regional Park, Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve, Caloosahatchee Creeks Preserve;
Beach sites: Bonita Beach Accesses No. 1 and No. 10, Bonita Beach Park, Bowditch Point and
Lynn Hall Memorial Park, Bunche Beach, Bowman’s Beach and Turner Beach (north side only of
Boat ramps: Punta Rassa, Matlacha, Alva, Davis, Pine Island Commercial Marina and Imperial
Pools: Lehigh Community Pool, North Fort Myers Community Pool, Pine Island Community Pool
and San Carlos Community Pool.
Not included in the free parking weekend are sites within city limits of other governments, including
Barefoot Beach, beach access points managed by the Town of Fort Myers Beach, City of Sanibel sites
including the south side of Blind Pass, and any Cape Coral parks.
Directions and more information are at www.leeparks.org. Call (239) 533-7275 or email