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Lee County parks will re-open today, with limited services…no parking, no rest rooms, and officials are discouraging gathering in large groups. Parks, trails and preserves are open for exercise only, and will be monitored by police.

Here’s a list of parks that are re-opening, courtesy of NBC-2.COM


  • Caloosahatchee Regional Park (north side only)
  • Hickey Creek Mitigation Park
  • JY Linear Park
  • Lehigh Acres Trailhead Park
  • Nalle Grade Park
  • Pineland Monument Park
  • Pinewood Trails Park
  • Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve (excluding the interpretive center)
  • Telegraph Creek Paddlecraft Launch
  • Tropical Point Park

Here are the Lee County Parks and Recreation Conservation 20/20 preserve trails that are reopening:

  • Alva Scrub Preserve
  • Bob Janes Preserve
  • Buckingham Trails Preserve
  • Caloosahatchee Creeks Preserve East
  • Galt Preserve
  • Hickory Swamp Preserve
  • Pine Island Flatwoods Preserve
  • Pop Ash Creek Preserve
  • Powell Creek Preserve
  • Prairie Pines Preserve
  • Six Mile Cypress Preserve North
  • Telegraph Creek Preserve
  • Wild Turkey Strand Preserve

In Charlotte County, Englewood Beach and Port Charlotte beaches will reopen Monday without restrictions. No parking fee will be collected and restrooms will be closed.

Visitors at beaches and  parks will have to adhere to CDC social distancing guidelines. Gatherings of 10 or more will not be permitted.